intracutaneous


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Synonyms for intracutaneous

relating to areas between the layers of the skin

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For the guinea pig maximization test, intracutaneous injections and topical applications of polar and non-polar medical device extracts are used for the induction phase, followed later by topical applications of extracts for the challenge phase.
Chronic urticaria was diagnosed clinically as wheal-and-flare reaction, in which localized intracutaneous oedema (Wheal) is surrounded by an area of redness (Erythema) that is typically pruritic.
The wound was closed via continuous subcutaneous followed by continuous intracutaneous sutures (both Vicryl 4.
Cortical potentials were recorded after intracutaneous electrostimulaton using electroencephalogram, whereas sensory examination was performed using clinical examination and quantitative sensory testing.
Randomized controlled trial of the efficacy of adjuvant immunochemotherapy and adjuvant chemotherapy for colorectal cancer, using different combinations of the intracutaneous streptococcal preparation OK-432 and the oral pyrimidines 1-hexylcarbamoyl-5-fluorouracil and uracil/tegafur," International Journal of Clinical Oncology, vol.
In this article, a patient who presented with recurring painful echymoses and bleeding disorder and diagnosed with Gardner Diamond syndrome by intracutaneous injection of autologous blood was presented to emphasize that this syndrome is observed rarely in the childhood and should be considered not only in the differential diagnosis of cutaneous lesions, but also in the differential diagnosis of various system hemorrhages.
Included are cytotoxicity, sensitization, intracutaneous reactivity, acute systemic toxicity, implantation (two, 12, and 26 weeks), hemocompatibility (hemolysis and PPT), and pyrogenicity.
intracutaneous or subcutaneous sterile water injection compared with blinded controls for pain management in labour [12],
Three in vivo tests are utilized in the classification of plastics: (1) Systemic Injection and (2) Intracutaneous tests are designed to determine the systemic and local biological responses to plastics and other polymers by a single dose injection of specific extracts prepared from a sample; and (3) Implantation test is designed to evaluate the reaction of living tissue to a test material.
Clinically CS presents typically as a slow growing painless firm non-ulcerated subcutaneous or intracutaneous nodule.
There are three in-vivo tests involved in the classification of plastics: the systemic injection and the Intracutaneous tests are designed to determine the systemic and local biological responses to plastics and other polymers by a single dose injection of specific extracts prepared from a sample, while the third test, the implantation test, is designed to evaluate the reaction of living tissue to a test material.
9] In Europe, sclerotherapy with polidocanol foam under duplex ultrasound guidance has become standard treatment for intracutaneous telangiectases, subcutaneous varicose veins, transfascial perforating veins, and venous malformations (Fig.
Mixed tumors most often occur as solitary slowly growing, solid, painless, subcutaneous or intracutaneous nodules on the head and neck.
There is also a single case of ECM after sclerotherapy of intracutaneous veins with polidocanol in the literature [1].
Whole body UVA irradiation lowers systemic blood pressure by release of nitric oxide from intracutaneous photolabile nitric oxide derivates.