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MP term:thin myocardium
Synonym: thin myocardial wall
MP id: MP:0002652
Definition: reduced thickness of the cardiac muscle layer
Number of paths to term: 1

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part-ofdenotes a 'part-of' relationship


mammalian phenotype
        is-acardiovascular system phenotype
                is-aabnormal cardiovascular system morphology
                        is-aabnormal heart morphology
                                is-aabnormal heart layer morphology
                                        is-aabnormal myocardium layer morphology
                                                is-aabnormal atrium myocardium morphology +
                                                is-aabnormal myocardial fiber morphology +
                                                is-aabnormal myocardial trabeculae morphology +
                                                is-aabnormal myocardium compact layer morphology +
                                                is-aabnormal ventricle myocardium morphology +
                                                is-acalcified myocardium
                                                is-adisorganized myocardium
                                                is-amyocardial hypertrophy
                                                is-amyocardial necrosis
                                                is-amyocardial steatosis
                                                is-amyocardium hypoplasia +
                                                is-athick myocardium
                                                is-athin myocardium [MP:0002652] (111 genotypes, 111 annotations)

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