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Synonyms for dermal

of or relating to a cuticle or cuticula

of or relating to or located in the dermis


relating to or existing on or affecting the skin

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The growth of global dermal facial fillers market is directly proportional to the growing elderly population.
The dermal papilla is a highly active group of cells, and it is derived from the dermis mesenchyme, located at the base of the hair follicle.
The location of dermal stem cells was only recently discovered by the Toronto-based research team.
Local complications associated with dermal fillers are generally due to a local reaction at the site of injection, sensitivity to the product injected or inappropriate placement of the product or infection (4).
2003), knowledge of JP-8 exposure, uptake, metabolism, and its potential effects on human health is limited, and only one study has been published on the quantification and assessment of JP-8 dermal exposure (Chao et al.
This collection of 15 papers examines current approaches and techniques that quantify dermal absorption for toxicology and pharmacology, including in vivo and in vitro studies and in silico models.
In most cases, cutaneous involvement is the result of a direct extension of extranodal carcinoma into the dermis and the dermal lymphatics.
RoEzIt Dermal Care meets USP requirements and has been tested by NAmSA, the world's leader in testing services for the medical device industry.
The company says Apligraf differs from Vitrix in that it is an actual cellular skin substitute consisting of living human epidermal cells, called keratinocytes, along with the dermal cells and collagen present in Vitrix.
HOUSTON -- SpinalCyte, LLC, a spinal technology company focused on autologous regrowth of the spinal disc nucleus using human dermal fibroblasts, announced today the Australian Patent Office issued a Notice Of Acceptance on its patent application "Methods and Compositions For Repair Of Cartilage Using An In Vivo Bioreactor" to regrow the spinal disc, using human dermal fibroblasts.
About Dermal Facial Fillers Dermal facial fillers are smooth injectable gels made from either synthetic or naturally derived materials like hyaluronic acid.
com)-- NewSkin Laser Center, is now offering a special on Radiesse, Juvederm, and Restylane dermal fillers.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Collagen and HA-Based Biomaterials in US$ Thousands by the following Product Segments: Collagen-based Biomaterials (Urinary Incontinence, Corneal Shields, Facial Aesthetic Dermal Fillers, Wound Dressings), and Hyaluronic Acid-based Biomaterials (Viscosupplements, Viscoelastics, and Facial Aesthetic Dermal Fillers).
What we call the skull in humans was formed from a combination of the primitive brain case (chondrocranium), the sensory capsules and their underlying supports, components of the visceral skeleton (gill arches and their derivatives), and the overlying dermal bones (dermatocranium).
Durham University researchers in Durham, UK transplanted human follicle dermal sheath tissue from the scalp of a male scientist into the forearm of a female coinvestigator who differed both in blood group and major histocompatibility complex (MHC) type.