Human Phenotype Ontology 
Grandparent Node:
Abnormality of male external genitalia (HP:0000032)help
Parent Node:
Abnormal testis morphology (HP:0000035)help
..Starting node
Testicular fibrosis (HP:0012860)help
Term ID: 12860
Name: Testicular fibrosis
Synonym: Fibrotic testes; Fibrotic testicle
Definition: Formation of excess connective tissue in the testicle.
Reference: HP:0012860
Genes and Diseases:
       Child Nodes:

 Sister Nodes: 
..expandAbnormality of the Leydig cells (HP:0010789) help
..expandAbnormality of the testis size (HP:0045058) help
..expandAnorchism (HP:0030869) help
..expandCryptorchidism (HP:0000028) help
..expandDysplastic testes (HP:0008733) help
..expandHydrocele testis (HP:0000034) help
..expandIntratesticular abscess (HP:0025038) help
..expandMonorchism (HP:0030868) help
..expandOrchitis (HP:0100796) help
..expandPrimary testicular failure (HP:0008720) help
..expandRetractile testis (HP:0012646) help
..expandSupernumerary testes (HP:0010470) help
..expandTesticular atrophy (HP:0000029) help
..expandTesticular dysgenesis (HP:0008715) help
..expandTesticular lipomatosis (HP:0025476) help
..expandTesticular microlithiasis (HP:0012215) help
..expandTesticular neoplasm (HP:0010788) help
..expandTesticular torsion (HP:0100813) help
..expandVanishing testis (HP:0012870) help
InputHPO IDHPO termDistanceGeneGene id entrezHGNC IDDiseaseIdDiseaseNameFrequencyOnsetHGMD variantsClinVar variants
HPO disease - gene - phenotype typical associations:
HPO disease - gene - phenotype less frequent non-typical associations:
HP:0012860HP:0012860Testicular fibrosis0ALMS1 CL E G H7840428ORPHA:64Alström syndromeHP:0040283 - Occasional404

Genes (1) :ALMS1

Diseases (1) :ORPHA:64

Human Phenotype Ontology(HPO) is developed by the Human Phenotype Ontology Consortium. The version used here is December 15 2022 release.