Dermatome(redirected from drum dermatome)
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An area of skin delimited by the supply of sensory fibers from a single spinal nerve.
Lateral portion of an embryonic somite from which the dermis will develop.
Instrument for cutting skin for grafting.
cutis plate, the embryonic basis of the connective-tissue part of the skin, or dermis. (The dermis is also formed from some of the cells of the ganglionic plate that develops from the neural columns.)