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derma

 [der´mah]
the skin, usually with special reference to the dermis.

derma

(dûr′mə)
n.
See dermis.

derma

(der'ma) [Gr. derma, skin] Dermis.dermal (der'mal), adjective

derma

the corium, or true skin.
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