subepidermal


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subepidermal

 [sub″ep-ĭ-der´mal]
beneath the epidermis.

sub·cu·tic·u·lar

(sŭb-kyū-tik'yū-lăr),
Beneath the cuticle or epidermis.

subepidermal

/sub·epi·der·mal/ (-der´mal) beneath the epidermis.

subepidermal

[-ep′idur′məl]
Etymology: L, sub, beneath; Gk, epi, above, derma, skin
beneath the epidermis.

subepidermal

at dermoepidermal junction/within superficial papillary area of dermis

subepidermal

beneath the epidermis.
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Immediately subjacent to this subepidermal parenchymatous zone is a zone composed of 10-12 layers of thick-walled cells.
Histopatolojik incelemede; deride elektrik akimi ve isi etkisi ile uyumlu degisiklikler (epidermiste bazal tabaka ve spinal hucrelerde uzama, fuziform sekil, fokal subepidermal ayrisma, dermiste kolajen liflerde yaygin homojenizasyon), akciger ve beyinde hiperemi belirlenir.
It is suggested that smooth surfaces correspond to small mastoids embedded in the subepidermal sclerenchyma.
His recommended diagnostic criteria include using direct immunofluorescence microscopy to identify linear deposits of IgG or complement component C3 in the epidermal basement membrane zone in patients with subepidermal blistering.
Measurement of subepidermal moisture has been reported as a potential technique for detecting early PUs in individuals with dark skin [31], thus improving care for this patient population.
Histology results reveal coagulative necrosis of the epidermis and sometimes superficial dermis and follicular epithelium with dermal vesicular degeneration that can result in edema, subepidermal vesicles, thrombosis, infarction, sloughing of necrotic tissues, and secondary bacterial infection.
Mevcut bulgularla psddoporfiri-ya, PKT on tanilan ile el dorsalindeki bulloz lezyondan ali-nan biyopsi orneg'in'tn h'tstopatolojik Incelemesinde; subepidermal aynsma, az sayida hucre igeren yuzeysel perivas-kuler infiltrasyon izlendi (sekil 4).
An efficient direct induction of protocorm-like bodies from leaf subepidermal cells of Doritaenopsis hybrid using thin-section culture.
Bullous KS is due to true subepidermal or intraepidermal bullae arising in concert with KS.