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  • noun

Synonyms for dermis

the deep vascular inner layer of the skin

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Los hallazgos microscopicos en epidermis, dermis y union dermoepidermica se describen en la Tabla 3.
In a study of 10 patients with acne, the researchers developed a multiple-pulse strategy to slowly and preferentially heat sebaceous glands while sparing the epidermis and the surrounding dermis. They performed 3.5-mm punch biopsies at 24, 48, and 72 hours after treatment, and evaluated them with hematoxylin and eosin staining.
Some macrophages loaded with ink particles remain in the dermis, while other pigment particles are taken up by the main dermal residents, which are called fibroblasts.
El valor de este metodo de cotejo, estaria basado en que las proyecciones epidermicas profundas determinan impresiones en negativo en la dermis, que presentarian una relacion semejante, pero no igual, entre epidermis y dermis (Chacko & Vaidya, 1968).
One can compare the dermis to a mattress: as much as a mattress contains springs and wool, the dermis contains elastic fibers and water-bound ground substance.
LP pigmentosus showed saw-toothed rete ridges/ irregular acanthosis, vacuolar degeneration of the basal layer, band-like infiltrate, melanophages in upper dermis, Civatte bodies, pigment incontinence, chronic inflammatory infiltrate and perivascular infiltrate.
A rare character should be pointed out is the infiltration of dendritic cells in the epidermis and dermis, which has been confirmed by immunohistochemistry.
Vertical stripes of "bio ink," made up of protein-based biomaterials including collagen, the most abundant protein in the dermis, and fibrin, a protein involved in wound healing, run along the inside of each tissue sheet.
Several studies have reported that human epidermis, dermis, and total skin thicknesses (ST) vary according to different body region, gender, age, and ethnic origin.
Here we report the clinicopathologic findings of a rare case of primary clear cell sarcoma of the dermis of the neck, in which we integrate morphological and immunohistochemical evaluation with confirmatory molecular studies.
Dermis fat graft has been proved to be an effective method for orbital reconstruction after enucleation and evisceration, as either primary or secondary procedure [1-3].
In view of the debatable role of synthetic mesh reinforcement, our department evaluated the possibility of autologous dermis graft implementation, as we have utilized this graft in parastomal hernias.
No fat cells are present in the dermis in the case of skin tags.