An abnormal structure, or one that is abnormal in size or location. An abnormal biologic object features an abnormal morphology (color, size, form, consistency), mereology (absence, presence), or topology (disconnected, obstructed). Abnormality of its function is conceptualized differently, specially because structural abnormalities are usually caused by disfunctions. Neoplasms are not included here. These are given the type 'Neoplastic Process'.
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