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MP term:abnormal pituitary infundibular stalk morphology
Synonym: abnormal hypophyseal stalk
Synonym: abnormal infundibular stem morphology
Synonym: abnormal pituitary infundibulum
Synonym: abnormal pituitary stalk morphology
MP id: MP:0009463
Definition: any structural anomaly of the apical portion of the tubular structure extending from the hypothalamus to the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland
Number of paths to term: 2

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mammalian phenotype
        is-aendocrine/exocrine gland phenotype
                is-aabnormal gland morphology
                        is-aabnormal neuroendocrine gland morphology
                                is-aabnormal pituitary gland morphology
                                        is-aabnormal neurohypophysis morphology
                                                is-aabnormal pituitary infundibular stalk morphology [MP:0009463] (5 genotypes, 5 annotations)


mammalian phenotype
        is-anervous system phenotype
                is-aabnormal nervous system morphology
                        is-aabnormal brain morphology
                                is-aabnormal forebrain morphology
                                        is-aabnormal diencephalon morphology
                                                is-aabnormal pituitary gland morphology
                                                        is-aabnormal neurohypophysis morphology
                                                                is-aabnormal pituitary infundibular stalk morphology [MP:0009463] (5 genotypes, 5 annotations)

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