NTR - retropharyngeal space, parapharyngeal space and peripharyngeal space #1131

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LABEL: peripharyngeal space
DEF: the space filled with loose areolar tissue surrounding the pharynx; it is divided into two major divisions, the parapharyngeal space and the retropharyngeal space (ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84964
SUBCLASS OF: anatomical space UBERON:0000464

Subclasses of above term:
2)
LABEL: parapharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space limited by the lateral wall of the pharynx, the cervical vertebrae and medial pterygoid muscle.
SYN: pharyngomaxillary space (ISBN:0683400088); lateral pharyngeal space (FMA:55081)
DBX_REF: FMA:55081

LABEL: retropharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space that is located posterior to the pharynx. (ISBN:0683400088)
SYN: Henke's space (ISBN:0683400088) , postpharyngeal space (ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84965

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FMA has both space and compartment terms

Do you definitely want space and not compartment? What qualities will be
attached? Spaces can't have mass, genes expressed in them… but shape
and size are perfectly fine

spaces are also better defined w.r.t. compartment. The space ends in the
wall. The boundaries of the compartment may not be clear, but for uberon
we could define as being the entire wall plus the space.

On 16 Jul 2015, at 16:38, cindyJax wrote:

LABEL: peripharyngeal space
DEF: the space filled with loose areolar tissue surrounding the
pharynx; it is divided into two major divisions, the parapharyngeal
space and the retropharyngeal space (ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84964
SUBCLASS OF: anatomical space UBERON:0000464

Subclasses of above term:
2)
LABEL: parapharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space limited by the lateral
wall of the pharynx, the cervical vertebrae and medial pterygoid
muscle.
SYN: pharyngomaxillary space (ISBN:0683400088); lateral pharyngeal
space (FMA:55081)
DBX_REF: FMA:55081

LABEL: retropharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space that is located
posterior to the pharynx. (ISBN:0683400088)
SYN: Henke's space (ISBN:0683400088) , postpharyngeal space
(ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84965


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FMA has both space and compartment terms

Do you definitely want space and not compartment? What qualities will be
attached? Spaces can't have mass, genes expressed in them… but shape
and size are perfectly fine

spaces are also better defined w.r.t. compartment. The space ends in the
wall. The boundaries of the compartment may not be clear, but for uberon
we could define as being the entire wall plus the space.

On 16 Jul 2015, at 16:38, cindyJax wrote:

LABEL: peripharyngeal space
DEF: the space filled with loose areolar tissue surrounding the
pharynx; it is divided into two major divisions, the parapharyngeal
space and the retropharyngeal space (ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84964
SUBCLASS OF: anatomical space UBERON:0000464

Subclasses of above term:
2)
LABEL: parapharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space limited by the lateral
wall of the pharynx, the cervical vertebrae and medial pterygoid
muscle.
SYN: pharyngomaxillary space (ISBN:0683400088); lateral pharyngeal
space (FMA:55081)
DBX_REF: FMA:55081

LABEL: retropharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space that is located
posterior to the pharynx. (ISBN:0683400088)
SYN: Henke's space (ISBN:0683400088) , postpharyngeal space
(ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84965


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I have some edema terms that need the corresponding anatomy- retropharyngeal edema for example. The space is filled with an excess of watery or serous fluid. So 'space' appears to be the right anatomy term in these instances.


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Subject: Re: [uberon] NTR - retropharyngeal space, parapharyngeal space and peripharyngeal space (#1131)

FMA has both space and compartment terms

Do you definitely want space and not compartment? What qualities will be
attached? Spaces can't have mass, genes expressed in them... but shape
and size are perfectly fine

spaces are also better defined w.r.t. compartment. The space ends in the
wall. The boundaries of the compartment may not be clear, but for uberon
we could define as being the entire wall plus the space.

On 16 Jul 2015, at 16:38, cindyJax wrote:

LABEL: peripharyngeal space
DEF: the space filled with loose areolar tissue surrounding the
pharynx; it is divided into two major divisions, the parapharyngeal
space and the retropharyngeal space (ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84964
SUBCLASS OF: anatomical space UBERON:0000464

Subclasses of above term:
2)
LABEL: parapharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space limited by the lateral
wall of the pharynx, the cervical vertebrae and medial pterygoid
muscle.
SYN: pharyngomaxillary space (ISBN:0683400088); lateral pharyngeal
space (FMA:55081)
DBX_REF: FMA:55081

LABEL: retropharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space that is located
posterior to the pharynx. (ISBN:0683400088)
SYN: Henke's space (ISBN:0683400088) , postpharyngeal space
(ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84965


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I have some edema terms that need the corresponding anatomy- retropharyngeal edema for example. The space is filled with an excess of watery or serous fluid. So 'space' appears to be the right anatomy term in these instances.


From: Chris Mungall notifications@github.com
Sent: Thursday, July 16, 2015 8:12 PM
To: obophenotype/uberon
Cc: Cynthia Smith
Subject: Re: [uberon] NTR - retropharyngeal space, parapharyngeal space and peripharyngeal space (#1131)

FMA has both space and compartment terms

Do you definitely want space and not compartment? What qualities will be
attached? Spaces can't have mass, genes expressed in them... but shape
and size are perfectly fine

spaces are also better defined w.r.t. compartment. The space ends in the
wall. The boundaries of the compartment may not be clear, but for uberon
we could define as being the entire wall plus the space.

On 16 Jul 2015, at 16:38, cindyJax wrote:

LABEL: peripharyngeal space
DEF: the space filled with loose areolar tissue surrounding the
pharynx; it is divided into two major divisions, the parapharyngeal
space and the retropharyngeal space (ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84964
SUBCLASS OF: anatomical space UBERON:0000464

Subclasses of above term:
2)
LABEL: parapharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space limited by the lateral
wall of the pharynx, the cervical vertebrae and medial pterygoid
muscle.
SYN: pharyngomaxillary space (ISBN:0683400088); lateral pharyngeal
space (FMA:55081)
DBX_REF: FMA:55081

LABEL: retropharyngeal space
DEF: The portion of the peripharyngeal space that is located
posterior to the pharynx. (ISBN:0683400088)
SYN: Henke's space (ISBN:0683400088) , postpharyngeal space
(ISBN:0683400088)
DBX_REF: FMA:84965


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#1131

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