Some minor changes requested here:
.is_a HP:0100774 ! Hyperostosis *** [DEF: "Excessive growth or abnormal thickening of bone tissue."]
..is_a HP:0004437 ! Cranial hyperostosis [DEF: "Excessive growth of the cranial bones."]
...is_a HP:0004490 ! Calvarial hyperostosis [DEF: "Excessive growth of the calvarial bone."]
...is_a HP:0004493 ! Craniofacial hyperostosis [DEF: "Hyperostosis refers to a localized bone overgrowth process (as opposed to sclerosis, which refers to a generalized disturbance with increased bone density). This term is used for excessive growth of the craniofacial bones."]
....is_a HP:0005465 ! Facial hyperostosis [DEF: "Excessive growth (overgrowth) of the facial bones."]
.....is_a HP:0004438 ! Hyperostosis frontalis interna [DEF: "Bony overgrowth of the internal surface of frontal bone."]
.....is_a HP:0004472 ! Mandibular hyperostosis [DEF: "Hyperostosis (bony overgrowth) of the mandible."]
.....is_a HP:0007285 ! Facial palsy, secondary to cranial hyperostosis [DEF: "Paralysis of the facial nerves on the basis of overgrowth of the cranial bones causing impingement upon the seventh cranial nerve."]
...is_a HP:0005890 ! Hyperostosis cranialis interna [DEF: "Bony overgrowth of the internal surface of the cranial base."]
..is_a HP:0008442 ! Vertebral hyperostosis [DEF: "Excessive growth of the bones of the vertebral bodies."]
1. I suggest you use a standard definition template "excessive growsth of the X". Some of the chit-chat from HP:0004493 ! Craniofacial hyperostosis would be better moved up to HP:0100774 ! Hyperostosis (possibly added as comment rather than def)
2. How does HP:0004493 ! Craniofacial hyperostosis differ from HP:0005465 ! Facial hyperostosis? What FMA class - FMA:53673 ! Viscerocranium? Perhaps these should be merged
3. Check HP:0004438 ! Hyperostosis frontalis interna. Is the frontal bone typically considered a facial bone? It is currently placed as if it were.
4. HP:0004490 ! Calvarial hyperostosis - Excessive growth of the calvarial bone." - is the calvarium typically considered a bone? It seems it can variously refer to the cranium or the vault of the skull. If the latter, then this includes the frontal bone - see #3.
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