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Abnormal muscle fiber morphology (HP:0004303)
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Abnormal axial muscle morphology +   
Abnormal hyoglossus muscle morphology 
Abnormal lateral cricoarytenoid muscle morphology 
Abnormal mitochondria in muscle tissue  
Abnormal morphology of musculature of pharynx +   
Abnormal morphology of the abdominal musculature +   
Abnormal morphology of the chest musculature 
Abnormal morphology of the musculature of the neck +   
Abnormal morphology of the pelvis musculature +   
Abnormal morphology of the shoulder musculature 
Abnormal muscle fiber morphology +   
Any abnormality of the skeletal muscle cell. Muscle fibers are subdivided into two types. Type I fibers are fatigue-resistant and rich in oxidative enzymes (they stain light with the myosin ATPase reaction), and type II fibers are fast-contracting, fatigue-prone, and rich in glycolytic enzymes (these fibers stain darkly). Normal muscle tissue has a random distribution of type I and type II fibers.
Abnormality of facial musculature +   
Abnormality of muscle size +   
Abnormality of musculature of soft palate +  
Abnormality of the back musculature 
Abnormality of the diaphragm +   
Abnormality of the extraocular muscles +   
Abnormality of the musculature of the limbs +   
Abnormality of the musculature of the thorax +   
Abnormality of the tongue muscle +   
Calcification of muscles 
Decreased muscle mass  
Fatty replacement of skeletal muscle  
Firm muscles  
Flexion contracture +   
Generalized muscular appearance from birth  
Increased intramuscular fat  
Intramuscular hematoma  
Muscle eosinophilia  
Muscle hemorrhage  
Muscular dystrophy +   
Muscular edema  
Myopathy +   
Rhabdomyolysis +   
Skeletal muscle fibrosis  
Skeletal muscle hyperechogenicity 
Skeletal muscle steatosis  

Exact Synonyms: Abnormal muscle fibre morphology ;   Abnormal skeletal muscle fiber morphology ;   Abnormal skeletal muscle fibre morphology ;   Abnormality of muscle fibers ;   Abnormality of muscle fibres
Alternate IDs: HP:0003706 ;   HP:0011806
Xrefs: UMLS:C4021663
Definition Sources: HPO:probinson, PMID:22938878

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