intradermal


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intradermal

[¦in·trə′dər·məl]
(anatomy)
Within the skin.
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The comparative intradermal tuberculin test was conducted in all cattle using both avian and bovine purified protein derivatives (PPD).
Intradermal test with one single dilution: Usually a 1:1000 weight/ volume dilution of the allergen is injected, and if reactive, the result is considered positive.
In addition, intradermal administration may enhance immunogenicity for difficult-to-treat populations including infants and the elderly.
Following intradermal vaccination, AD patients colonized with S.
DISCUSSION: Hidradenoma papilliferum occurs as an intradermal nodule of 1cm or less in diameter but may be as large as 1.
Intradermal skin test has been performed for many years and is regarded by some as the definitive test for allergen identification (Herbert et al.
Dose-dependent pain and mechanical hyperalgesia in humans after intradermal injection of capsaicin.
Local reactions seen with intramuscular TIV (with the exception of pain), including redness, swelling, and itching at the site seem to be a bit more common with the intradermal product, but such reactions abate in 3-7 days.
Calismaya katilan 209 olgunun epidermal ve intradermal test sonuclari ile cinsiyet, yas, total IgE, faditop, yerlesim bolgesi, ari sokma sayisi, ari sokma zamani ve reaksiyon turlerine ait frekans degerleri Tablo 1 ve Grafik 1'de verilmistir.
A recent review concluded that, in the investigation of PBVD-triggered anaphylaxis, the sensitivity of intradermal testing was 100%, compared with 80% for skin-prick testing (7); thus, intradermal testing should improve the predictive value of screening.