Human Phenotype Ontology 
Grandparent Node:
Abnormality of the skin (HP:0000951)help
Grandparent Node:
Neoplasm by anatomical site (HP:0011793)help
Parent Node:
Neoplasm of the skin (HP:0008069)help
..Starting node
Multiple cutaneous malignancies (HP:0007606)help
Term ID: 7606
Name: Multiple cutaneous malignancies
Reference: HP:0007606
Genes and Diseases:
       Child Nodes:

 Sister Nodes: 
..expandAcanthoma (HP:0025432) help
..expandActinic keratosis (HP:0025127) help
..expandAdenoma sebaceum (HP:0009720) help
..expandBasal cell carcinoma (HP:0002671) help
..expandCutaneous angiolipomas (HP:0006773) help
..expandCutaneous leiomyoma (HP:0007620) help
..expandCutaneous leiomyosarcoma (HP:0006755) help
..expandCutaneous mastocytosis (HP:0200151) help
..expandCutaneous melanoma (HP:0012056) help
..expandCutaneous myxoma (HP:0030428) help
..expandEccrine syringofibroadenoma (HP:0031018) help
..expandFibrofolliculoma (HP:0030436) help
..expandFrontal cutaneous lipoma (HP:0007541) help
..expandKaposi's sarcoma (HP:0100726) help
..expandKeratoacanthoma (HP:0031525) help
..expandLymphocytoma cutis (HP:0031549) help
..expandMerkel cell skin cancer (HP:0030447) help
..expandMultiple cutaneous leiomyomas (HP:0007437) help
..expandMyxoid subcutaneous tumors (HP:0006769) help
..expandNeurofibromas (HP:0001067) help
..expandPapilloma (HP:0012740) help
..expandPeripheral Schwannoma (HP:0009593) help
..expandSeborrheic keratosis (HP:0031287) help
..expandSkin appendage neoplasm (HP:0012842) help
..expandSquamous cell carcinoma (HP:0002860) help
..expandSteatocystoma multiplex (HP:0012035) help
..expandSubcutaneous lipoma (HP:0001031) help
InputHPO IDHPO termDistanceGeneGene id entrezDiseaseIdDiseaseNameDiseaseMIMConceptIDSourceTypical associationHGMD variantsClinVar variantsHGNC IDGeneMIM
HPO disease - gene - phenotype typical associations:
HPO disease - gene - phenotype less frequent non-typical associations:
HP:0007606HP:0007606Multiple cutaneous malignancies0 CL E G H

Genes (0) :

Diseases (0) :

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