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Synonyms for cutaneous

relating to or existing on or affecting the skin

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Spontaneously generated intrinsic gastric electrical activity, manifesting itself cutaneously as the traditional EGG, best reflects the omnipresent, periodic gastric slow waves (known also as the electrical control activity or ECA [25], a result of the Na+-K+ ionic exchange at cellular level leading to cellular depolarization, which is a necessary but not sufficient condition for contractions to occur) [26].
Also, the older we become, the thinner our skin becomes and, in turn, its capacity to produce vitamin D cutaneously diminishes.
Effects of stem-cell mobilization with recombinant human granulocyte colony stimulating factor in patients with per cutaneously revascularized acute anterior myocardial infarction.
On the one hand, information on industrial uses: industrial, commercial or private, and on the other, information on exposure, this second category being sub-divided into exposure to humans (orally, cutaneously or by inhalation) and exposure to the environment (air, soil and water contamination).
Often they appear first in mucous membranes and may not appear cutaneously until several months later.
On the other hand, "there's a population [of these patients] that don't have any hemangiomas cutaneously, maybe as many as 50%--maybe even a little more if you look at ENT literature," he continued.
On the other hand, "there's a population [of these patients] that don't have any hemangiomas cutaneously, maybe as much as 50%--maybe even a little more if you look at ENT literature," he continued.
In experiments where a large number of subjects were cutaneously stimulated at different areas of the body at the same time, the face consistently dominated all other parts of the body.
When lesions occur cutaneously, they can be either solitary or multiple.
Although the majority of drugs seeking Food and Drug Administration approval are not indicated for skin diseases, many of the adverse reactions from these drugs present cutaneously.
Anthrax can be transmitted cutaneously, by gastro-intestinal infection, or by inhalation.
We have demonstrated that eosin cutaneously absorbed in burn wounds during eosin baths presents an important interference in the FPIA vancomycin analysis.
When in endemic areas such as Puerto Rico, individuals with diabetes or other risk factors should protect themselves from direct exposure to soil and water to reduce their risk of what is believed to be a trans cutaneously acquired infection.