dermoepidermal junction

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dermoepidermal junction

[¦dər·mō‚ep·ə¦dər·məl ′jəŋk·shən]
(histology)
The area of separation between the stratum basale of the epidermis and the papillary layer of the dermis.
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While the use of noninsulated needle creates fractionalize damage to the epidermis, insulated needles only heat an area of the sphere at the tip of the needle, protecting the epidermis and the dermoepidermal junction.
Benign melanocytic nevi (Figure 2, A) show a cobblestone pattern of epidermis and ring pattern, with edged papillae at the dermoepidermal junction (Figure 2, B).
Thickness was measured from the surface of stratum corneum upto the dermoepidermal junction.
Moreover, histopathological examination revealed dermoepidermal separation in TEN and necrosis is present throughout the epidermis (1).
Her immunofluorescence showed linear deposits of C3 and IgG at dermoepidermal junction along with subepidermal bullae containing fibrous exudates.
Histopathological examination revealed marked epidermotropic haloed lymphocytes linearly aligned along the basal layer with blurred dermoepidermal junction and scant spongiosis (figure 2).
The aim was to inoculate the ANEM solution at dermoepidermal junction, less response on the test sites could be due to inappropriate depth of the injection.
Histopathological examination revealed lentiginous hyperplasia, containing some small melanocytic nests at the dermoepidermal junction.
showed, by comparing with the baseline, a reduction in the dermoepidermal junction flattening with the reconstruction of the normal rete ridges and dermal papillae pattern in posttreatment samples [11].
Skin toxicity due to anti-PD-1 therapy is potentially mediated by a shared antigen coexpressed by the dermoepidermal junction and tumour cells [25].
Clinically, fragile skin coverage manifests in blistering and may be caused by a delay in dermoepidermal junction formation [59].
However, it has been proposed that the skin lesions seen in Schnitzler syndrome may be triggered by deposition of IgM in the epidermis and at the dermoepidermal junction [7].