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MP term:abnormal lung hysteresivity
MP id: MP:0010950
Definition: anomaly in the lung tissue property defined as the ratio of dissipated energy to stored energy over a respiratory cycle; it can be measured as the area enclosed by a pressure-volume loop of the lung, and is dependent on composition and microstructure of the tissue components such as the elastic connective tissue
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part-ofdenotes a 'part-of' relationship


mammalian phenotype
        is-arespiratory system phenotype
                is-aabnormal respiratory system physiology
                        is-aabnormal bronchoconstrictive response +
                        is-aabnormal lung elastance +
                        is-aabnormal lung endothelial cell physiology +
                        is-aabnormal lung hysteresivity [MP:0010950] (4 genotypes, 4 annotations)
                        is-aabnormal lung tissue damping +
                        is-aabnormal mucociliary clearance +
                        is-aabnormal pulmonary circulation +
                        is-aabnormal respiration +
                        is-aabnormal respiratory motile cilium physiology +
                        is-aabnormal surfactant physiology +
                        is-aaerophagia
                        is-aatelectasis +
                        is-achoking
                        is-aemphysema
                        is-apleural effusion +
                        is-apneumothorax
                        is-apulmonary edema +
                        is-apulmonary hyaline membrane formation +
                        is-arespiratory acidosis
                        is-arespiratory system inflammation +

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