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dermal

[′dər·məl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the dermis.
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The factors powering demand for dermal fillers are aging population, increasing expenditure on aesthetics and beauty procedures, introduction of new areas of application such as HIV induced facial lipoatrophy, enhancement of dorsal area of hand and rising demand for non-invasive aesthetic procedures over surgical aesthetic procedures.
On the other day, they breathed chamber air and did not wear a hood, which resulted in both dermal and inhalation exposures.
The paper ("Hair Follicle Dermal Stem Cells Regenerate the Dermal Sheath, Repopulate the Dermal Papilla, and Modulate Hair Type", Developmental Cell (31,543-558, 8 December 2014) summarizes research involving in vivo fate mapping done in an attempt to link hair loss to the roles and fate of various cell populations in and around the hair follicle.
The location of dermal stem cells was only recently discovered by the Toronto-based research team.
Local complications associated with dermal fillers are generally due to a local reaction at the site of injection, sensitivity to the product injected or inappropriate placement of the product or infection (4).
Objective To document the complications related to dermal fillers as managed by the authors while working in different hospitals of Riyadh city.
The line uses patented dermal delivery technology to manage skin diseases and promote wound healing.
Dermal absorption models in toxicology and pharmacology.
A 61-year-old man with a history of right tongue-base cancer, which was treated approximately 2 years earlier with primary radiotherapy and an interval neck dissection, came to the office with biopsy-proven dermal metastases (figure).
RoEzIt Dermal Care was developed in 1995 to fill the void for a petroleum-free emollient that could be safely used during oxygen administration.
Canton, MA, announced it has begun a clinical study of Vitrix, its living dermal replacement designed to promote wound healing in deep diabetic foot ulcers.
Only a small fraction of the animals freshly collected from Chatham, Massachusetts, and brought into the Marine Resources Center show detectable traces of dermal exudate, but we found that the secretion is produced when the animal is exposed to waters containing concentrated decaying animal material.