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MP term:eyelids open at birth
Synonym: open eyelids
MP id: MP:0001302
Alternate id: MP:0001342
Definition: open eyes instead of closed at perinatal stage; failure of the upper and lower thin folds of skin and muscle that cover the exposed portion of the eye to fuse completely together during development and an individual is born with the eye(s) uncovered leading to degrees of injury and blindness
Number of paths to term: 1

is-adenotes an 'is-a' relationship
part-ofdenotes a 'part-of' relationship


mammalian phenotype
        is-avision/eye phenotype
                is-aabnormal eye morphology
                        is-aabnormal eyelid morphology
                                is-aabnormal eyelid aperture +
                                is-aabnormal eyelid development +
                                is-aabnormal meibomian gland morphology +
                                is-aabnormal timing of postnatal eyelid opening +
                                is-aabsent eyelids +
                                is-aankyloblepharon filiform
                                is-ablepharitis
                                is-ablepharoptosis
                                is-aectropion
                                is-aentropion
                                is-aepicanthus inversus
                                is-aeyelid edema
                                is-aeyelids open at birth [MP:0001302] (148 genotypes, 148 annotations)
                                is-aloss of eyelid cilia
                                is-aocular distichiasis
                                is-apronounced eyelids
                                is-athick eyelids

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