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Phenotypic Abnormality (PA): Tetraplegia

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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)
+ + + + + + + 7:   Phenotypic abnormality [HP:0000118] <25>
+ + + + + + 6:   Abnormality of the nervous system [HP:0000707] <4>(142|168) (156|103|45)
+ + + + + 5:   Abnormality of nervous system physiology [HP:0012638] <26>(101|119) (112|81|39)
+ + + + 4:   Abnormality of central motor function [HP:0011442] <10>(22|26) (30|16|7)
+ + + 3:   Upper motor neuron dysfunction [HP:0002493] <4>(9|15) (13|8|4)
+ + 2:   Weakness due to upper motor neuron dysfunction [HP:0010549] <3>(1|4) (4|2|2)
+ 1:   Tetraplegia/tetraparesis [HP:0030182] <2>(0|0) (1|0|0)
0:   Tetraplegia [HP:0002445] <1>(0|0) (1|0|0)
- 1:   Episodic quadriplegia [HP:0200072](0|0) (0|0|0)


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Supra-domain (including individual superfamily)

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Supra-domain (Single) FDR (all) Annotation (direct or inherited)
HAD-like0.0006056Direct


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