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Phenotypic Abnormality (PA): Left ventricular hypertrophy

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Root: HP Hierarchy (human phenotype with 3 sub-ontologies PA, MI, ON)

Shortest distance to current term (+ for parents, - for children) HP term [HP ID] <#Children> (#SF|#FA) #Supra-domain
(Single|Duplex|Triple)
+ + + + + + 6:   Phenotypic abnormality [HP:0000118] <25>
+ + + + + 5:   Abnormality of the cardiovascular system [HP:0001626] <5>(59|81) (72|39|29)
+ + + + 4:   Abnormality of cardiovascular system morphology [HP:0030680] <3>(29|40) (32|17|20)
+ + + 3:   Abnormal heart morphology [HP:0001627] <16>(19|32) (23|14|20)
+ + 2:   Abnormal cardiac ventricle morphology [HP:0001713] <9>(4|8) (5|3|9)
+ 1:   Abnormal left ventricle morphology [HP:0001711] <4>(2|2) (2|0|0)
+ 1:   Ventricular hypertrophy [HP:0001714] <3>(1|1) (2|0|0)
0:   Left ventricular hypertrophy [HP:0001712] <1>(1|1) (1|0|0)
- 1:   Congenital hypertrophy of left ventricle [HP:0005129](0|0) (0|0|0)


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Superfamily

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
MIR domain0.00004865Direct


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Family

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
MIR domain0.00001724Direct


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Supra-domain (including individual superfamily)

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Supra-domain (Single) FDR (all) Annotation (direct or inherited)
MIR domain0.00002271Direct


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