Human Phenotype Ontology 
Grandparent Node:
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Anemia due to reduced life span of red cells (HP:0011895)help
Parent Node:
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Hemolytic anemia (HP:0001878)help
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Heinz body anemia (HP:0005511)help
Term ID: 5511
Name: Heinz body anemia
Synonym:
Definition: Anemia characterized by abnormal intracellular inclusions, composed of denatured hemoglobin, found on the membrane of red blood cells.
Comments:
Reference: HP:0005511
Genes and Diseases:
 
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..expandAutoimmune hemolytic anemia (HP:0001890) help
..expandChronic hemolytic anemia (HP:0004870) help
..expandCold-induced hemolysis (HP:0031484) help
..expandCompensated hemolytic anemia (HP:0004863) help
..expandCongenital hemolytic anemia (HP:0004804) help
..expandCoombs-positive hemolytic anemia (HP:0004844) help
..expandDrug-sensitive hemolytic anemia (HP:0004817) help
..expandEpisodic hemolytic anemia (HP:0004802) help
..expandExercise-induced hemolysis (HP:0005535) help
..expandFava bean-induced hemolytic anemia (HP:0004814) help
..expandIncreased red cell hemolysis by shear stress (HP:0008269) help
..expandMacrocytic hemolytic disease (HP:0005524) help
..expandMicroangiopathic hemolytic anemia (HP:0001937) help
..expandNonspherocytic hemolytic anemia (HP:0001930) help
..expandSpontaneous hemolytic crises (HP:0005525) help
InputHPO IDHPO termDistanceGeneGene id entrezDiseaseIdDiseaseNameDiseaseMIMConceptIDSourceTypical associationHGMD variantsClinVar variantsHGNC IDGeneMIM
 
HPO disease - gene - phenotype typical associations:
HP:0005511HP:0005511Heinz body anemia0HBA1 CL E G H3039140700Heinz body anemia140700C0700299OMIM12173314823141800
HP:0005511HP:0005511Heinz body anemia0HBA2 CL E G H3040140700Heinz body anemia140700C0700299OMIM12962594824141850
HP:0005511HP:0005511Heinz body anemia0HBB CL E G H3043140700Heinz body anemia140700C0700299OMIM18718494827141900
 
HPO disease - gene - phenotype less frequent non-typical associations:


Genes (3) :HBA1 HBA2 HBB

Diseases (1) :140700
 

Human Phenotype Ontology(HPO) is developed by the Human Phenotype Ontology Consortium. The version used here is June 2019 release.