Body structure concepts include normal as well as abnormal anatomical structures. Normal anatomical structures can be used to specify the body site involved by a disease or procedure.
Examples of Body structure concepts:
Morphologic alternations from normal body structures are represented in the sub-hierarchy Body structure, altered from its original anatomical structure (morphologic abnormality).
Examples of Body Structure, altered from its original anatomical structure concepts:
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