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intradermal

 [in″trah-der´mal]
within the dermis.

in·tra·cu·ta·ne·ous

(in'tră-kyū-tā'nē-ŭs),
Within the substance of the skin, particularly the dermis.
Synonym(s): intradermal, intradermic
[intra- + L. cutis, skin]

intradermal

(ĭn′trə-dûr′məl)
adj.
Within or between the layers of the skin: an intradermal injection.

in′tra·der′mal·ly adv.

intradermal

Within the thickness of the skin.
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Intradermal testing has been demonstrated repeatedly to be a valuable test to determine the drug responsible for an anaphylactic reaction during anaesthesia.
C: Histopathologic staining shows that the intradermal nevus is composed of nevus cells (melanocytes) localized only in the dermis (hematoxylin and eosin, original magnification x200).
What does a positive intradermal skin test result really mean?
Lim et al., "Localized intradermal microinjection of tranexamic acid for treatment of melasma in Asian patients: A preliminary clinical trial," Dermatologic Surgery, vol.
Because of the limited global stock of IPV, fractional-dose intradermal IPV (fIPV), which is one fifth of the full intramuscular dose, has been developed and is being used for polio vaccination activities.
Tan, "Randomized single-blind clinical trial of intradermal methylene blue on pain reduction after open diathermy haemorrhoidectomy," Colorectal Disease, vol.
Increase in skin thickness recorded for the tuberculosis infected cattle in response to the intradermal injection of avian PPD was 6.0 mm three days after the first test and 9.1 mm three days after the second.
Developed by Charles Mantoux at the beginning of 20th century, the Mantoux method has long been the most common technique used to deliver injections into the intradermal realm.
Although a variety of options for vaccine delivery exist, including intramuscular (IM), subcutaneous (SC), nasal, oral and transcutaneous methods, recent advances have helped improve the efficacy of vaccine delivery through intradermal (ID) injection.
Leung and his associates measured hemaggluti-nation inhibition antibody (HIA) titers at baseline and 28 days post vaccination in 223 subjects with AD (including a subset with Staphylococcus aureus colonization) and 135 nonatopic controls after administration per label of either a single dose of the seasonal 2012-2013 intradermal Fluzone or Fluzone for intramuscular injection.
Leung and his associates at five medical centers measured hemagglutination inhibition antibody (HIA) titers at baseline and 28 days post vaccination in 223 subjects with AD (including a subset with Staphylococcus aureus colonization) and 135 nonatopic controls after administration per label of either a single dose of the seasonal 2012-2013 intradermal Fluzone or Fluzone for intramuscular injection.
We describe a case of hidradenoma papilliferum associated with pilomatricoma presenting with an intradermal nodule, 1cm in diameter on the right side of the back of the neck with history of 15 years duration.