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MP term:abnormal penile erection
MP id: MP:0001379
Definition: altered ability to achieve a rigid state of the penis obtained in the condition in which the erectile tissue is filled with blood
Number of paths to term: 2

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mammalian phenotype
        is-areproductive system phenotype
                is-aabnormal reproductive system physiology
                        is-aabnormal copulation
                                is-aabnormal penile erection [MP:0001379] (15 genotypes, 17 annotations)
                                        is-apriapism


mammalian phenotype
        is-areproductive system phenotype
                is-aabnormal reproductive system physiology
                        is-aabnormal male reproductive system physiology
                                is-aabnormal bulbourethral gland physiology
                                is-aabnormal ejaculation +
                                is-aabnormal male germ cell apoptosis
                                is-aabnormal penile erection [MP:0001379] (15 genotypes, 17 annotations)
                                        is-apriapism
                                is-aabnormal prostate gland physiology +
                                is-aabnormal sperm physiology +
                                is-aabnormal testis physiology +
                                is-achordee
                                is-amale infertility
                                is-apenis inflammation
                                is-areduced male fertility
                                is-atestis inflammation

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