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intradermal

[¦in·trə′dər·məl]
(anatomy)
Within the skin.
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After injecting intradermally into the painful (Ah shi) points on the scapulae, especially under the spine of the scapula, the whole scapula may have many more painful points, 10 or 15 or more each side, and need to be injected.
The second study, 202, was a Phase 2 randomized, double-blind study in 32 subjects in which EXC 001 or placebo was administered intradermally in patients who were undergoing elective abdominoplasty surgery.
The mice were injected intradermally with 100 ng of anti-DNP IgE into each of 4 dorsal skin sites that had been shaved 48 h earlier.
Sterile water injections involve the administration of sterile water intradermally to create a bleb (or blister) of sterile water just under the skin at 4 different points in the sacrum; two just inside of the superior sacroiliac crest and two just inside of the inferior sacroiliac joint.
One study found that the dose of flu vaccine administered intradermally could be reduced to 40% of the usual intramuscular dose without compromising the immune response.
7) Purified PVL injected intradermally into rabbits causes severe inflammation and necrosis.
In contrast, the smallpox vaccine is administered intradermally on the area of the deltoid muscle or the posterior aspect of the arm over the triceps muscle, using a bifurcated needle (Figure 6).
were injected intradermally daily for 5 days with 5, 50 or 100 mg c-UCA,
2 [micro]g in 50 [micro]L) was injected intradermally using a 1/2 inch-27 gauge needle.
Results show limited systemic exposure, supporting the excellent safety profile of this intradermally injected drug in humans
1 mL was intradermally injected between the third and fourth interdigital folds of each animal's right foot.