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MP term:endometrium atrophy
Synonym: endometrial atrophy
MP id: MP:0009359
Definition: acquired diminution of the size of the uterine endometrium, associated with wasting as from death and reabsorbtion of cells, diminished cellular proliferation, decreased cellular volume, pressure, ischemia, malnutrition, reduced function or malfunction, or hormonal changes
Number of paths to term: 1

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

mammalian phenotype
        is-areproductive system phenotype
                is-aabnormal reproductive system morphology
                        is-aabnormal female reproductive system morphology
                                is-aabnormal female genitalia morphology
                                        is-aabnormal internal female genitalia morphology
                                                is-aabnormal uterus morphology
                                                        is-aabnormal endometrium morphology
                                                                is-aabnormal endometrial gland morphology +
                                                                is-aabsent endometrium
                                                                is-aendometrium atrophy [MP:0009359] (2 genotypes, 2 annotations)
                                                                is-aendometrium fibrosis
                                                                is-aendometrium hyperplasia
                                                                is-aendometrium hypoplasia
                                                                is-athin endometrium

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