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MP term:dry eyes
Synonym: xerophthalmia
MP id: MP:0001337
Definition: absence of natural or normal moisture in the eye
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 physiology
                        is-aabnormal electroretinogram waveform feature +
                        is-aabnormal eye electrophysiology +
                        is-aabnormal eye movement +
                        is-aabnormal intraocular pressure +
                        is-aabnormal lacrimal gland physiology +
                        is-aabnormal lens epithelium apoptosis +
                        is-aabnormal lens fiber apoptosis +
                        is-aabnormal pupillary reflex +
                        is-aabnormal retinal apoptosis
                        is-aabnormal tear production +
                        is-aabnormal vision +
                        is-aaltered response to retinal ischemic injury +
                        is-adelayed dark adaptation
                        is-adry eyes [MP:0001337] (16 genotypes, 16 annotations)
                        is-aexcessive tearing
                        is-aeye discharge
                        is-aeye hemorrhage +
                        is-aeye inflammation +
                        is-aeyelid apraxia
                        is-aincreased corneal light-scattering
                        is-ainvoluntary contraction of eyelids
                        is-alagophthalmos
                        is-aphotosensitivity
                        is-aretinal ischemia

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