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dermal

[′dər·məl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the dermis.
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However, it is abstemiously toxic when applied dermally or administered orally (Luty et al.
The term "toxic waste" includes wastes that are: - Eco toxic - Dermally toxic - Bio toxic - Mutagenic (i.
Nickel metal is poorly absorbed dermally but some nickel compounds such as nickel chloride or nickel sulphate can penetrate occluded skin resulting in up to 77 per cent absorption within 24 [h.
1998, "Toxicity of dermally absorbed dichlorvos in rats," Ann.
Developmental toxicity study in rats exposed dermally to clarified slurry oil for a limited period of gestation.
The worst case scenario would be the use of a radioactive "dirty bomb," where conventionally available radioactive sources are packed with explosives to particularize radioactive contaminants over a wide area, but other possibilities include the use of highly toxic pesticides, or products such as acids or dermally toxic phenol.
Blacks have lower serum levels of vitamin D than whites because of their lower ability to synthesize the nutrient dermally, she said.
It continues: "Like most mercury compounds, the toxicity profile of this substance is such that it is likely to pose serious risks to the health of consumers when they are exposed orally, dermally or by inhalation," in these cases being "toxic" and "corrosive" under the dangerous substances directive.
Pups of each sex were treated dermally once daily from postnatal day 3 to postnatal day 15.
Unlike with chemical agents, which are dermally active, intact skin provides an impermeable barrier to most biological weapons, with the exception of T2 mycotoxins.
Preliminary results of a phase III comparative clinical trial indicate that Androgel (testosterone gel), a dermally applied testosterone replacement gel, is well tolerated and effectively restores serum levels of the male hormone.
However, percutaneous penetration is incomplete compared with sc injection; <70% of dermally applied TBBPA is absorbed through rat skin (Knudsen et al.