melanoderm

melanoderm

An obsolete term for a person with dark skin.
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Determination of the golden proportion and its implications in the esthetic setting of prosthetic teeth in African melanoderm subjects.
Variable Deaths Test p value Yes No Gender Female 5 11 Fisher'sexact 0.622 Male 12 26 Age group < 50 years 2 8 Chi-square 0.793 50 a 60 years 10 15 > 60 years 5 14 Skin color Leucoderma 13 24 Chi-square 0.476 Melanoderm 1 6 Feoderma 3 4 Marital status Married 4 19 Chi-square 0.309 Single/maiden 5 6 Widower/widow 3 4 Divorced 2 5 Table 2.
Female patient, melanoderm, 20 years and nine months old, was sent to the Centro de Imaginologia Papaiz e Associados for a panoramic radiography.
Current in vitro products include EpiAirway, EpiDerm, EpiDermFT, EpiGingival, EpiOcular, EpiOral, EpiVaginal, and MelanoDerm tissue models, and Human Dendritic Cells.
Gruber devised a test to see how a topical application of ozonestressed yeast extract can protect the epidermal tissue against oxidative damage to both DNA and cholesterol, but not to degradation of melanin in a Melanoderm model.
Used primarily for testing efficacy and safety of consumer products, MatTek's EpiDerm, Epi-Ocular, MelanoDerm and other test systems have been developed to help avoid the particularly painful, corrosive eye and skin tests animals endure in consumer product testing.
We come now to the concept of race; there have always been specialists in physical and physiological anthropology who divide up people hierarchically into three categories: the Leucoderms (white), the Xanthoderms (yellow) and the Melanoderms (black).
They scarified the skin for the aesthetic effect of the keloids that typically form on melanoderms, people with black skin.