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cutis

[′kyüd·əs]
(anatomy)
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In physical examinations, he had cutis verticis gyrata, hypertricosis of eyelids, clubbing of hands and feet, and diffuse swelling of legs and knees, but the range of motion in joints were full (figure 3).
Cutis has undertaken several initiatives to expand from its traditional base of making compounding kits for pharmacists, including the development and commercialization of Food and Drug Administration-approved drugs.
The features were consistent with Tuberculosis verrucosa cutis.
Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) is developmental absence of skin in a localized or widespread area at birth.
Additionally, Carbavance has been granted Fast Track status by the US FDA for the treatment of cUTI and has been designated by the US FDA as a Qualified Infectious Disease Product (QIDP) under the GAIN Act.
Calcinosis cutis is the collection of disorders in which there is abnormal deposition of calcium in the skin.
According to the Agreement, Ukrainian entrepreneurs receive support in entering the Canadian market, including through project CUTIS (Canada - Ukraine Trade and Investment Support project).
Severe calcinosis cutis with cutaneous ulceration in juvenile dermatomyositis.
1) Though various malignancies have been documented with leprosy, no case of borderline-tuberculoid (BT) Hansen's disease with coexisting leukemia cutis has ever been reported in literature to the best of our knowledge.
Comedy writer-director Richard Cutis of "Love Actually" and "Notting Hill" fame organized the first event in 1985.
Aplasia cutis congenital (ACC) is a rare congenital anomaly characterized by partial or complete absence of the skin1.
Cutis took numerous black-and-white photographs of his experiences; Neal Bertrand reconstructs his father's experiences in boot camp and overseas deployment from both the camera lens and extensive research of military records.