Dermis Sentence Examples

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  • Officially referred to by doctors as "permanent pigmentation of the dermis", permanent makeup is a process that literally tattoos cosmetics onto the skin.

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  • It is then lifted forward and upward, just enough so that it penetrates the dermis.

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  • A second-degree burn involves redness, swelling and blistering, and the damage may extend beneath the epidermis to deeper layers of skin (dermis).

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  • Once the sun's rays penetrate through the outermost protective skin layer into the inner skin layer known as the dermis, newly formed skin cells are easily damaged by the intensity of the exposure.

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  • This consists of hard, elongated, slender, cylindrical or tapering, thread-like masses of epidermic tissue, each of which grows, without branching, from a short prominence, or papilla, sunk at the bottom of a pit, or follicle, in the true skin, or dermis.

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  • The skin consist of two main layers, an outer layer called the epidermis and an inner layer called the dermis and an inner layer called the dermis.

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  • With a hand lens, the openings where the hair follicles once penetrated the dermis are easily visible.

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  • Dermagraft enables the damaged or destroyed dermis of a patient with a full thickness ulcer to be replaced.

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  • Leather The epidermis is supported on the ridged surface of the underlying dermis is supported on the ridged surface of the underlying dermis.

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  • However, a recent approach is to use a cultured human dermis to improve healing.

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  • Histological examination of cutaneous nodules showed dense infiltration of CD30 + atypical lymphoid cells in the deep dermis.

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  • The skin (see Figure 1) is composed of two major layers of tissue; the outer epidermis, and the inner dermis, and the inner dermis.

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  • Dermis The deep layer of skin emollient An agent that soothes and softens the skin; also known as a moisturizer.

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  • Grade 2 Partial thickness skin loss involving epidermis, dermis or both.

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  • The skin (see Figure 1) is composed of two major layers of tissue; the outer epidermis, and the inner dermis.

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  • There may also be the presence of haemorrhagic patches along the body side or raised furuncles in the dermis.

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  • Utilizing the traditional tattooing machine typically employed by tattoo artists, this electric method involves rapid transport of color to the dermis.

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  • As the coil glides over the skin's surface, the needle penetrates the dermis and distributes the color.

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  • This sound is a good sign - it means that the needle is going deep enough into the dermis to actually deliver the permanent pigment.

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  • A small motor moves the needles up and down to penetrate and deposit ink in the superficial (epidermis) and middle (dermis) layers of the skin.

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  • Intradermal skin tests involve injection of the allergen into the dermis of the skin.

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  • The dermis contains blood vessels and nerve endings.

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  • As the years progress, the dermis loses its ability to hold on to water, and the body's oil-producing glands begin to slow.

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  • Connective tissues, follicles and nerves are located in the middle layer called the dermis.

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  • Waste is removed and oxygen and nutrients are provided to the epidermis by the dermis.

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  • It is a protein that exists in the second layer, or dermis, of the skin and acts as a support structure.

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  • Stretch marks, also known as striae, are small tears and scars found within the dermis layer of the skin.

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  • These layers are the epidermis, dermis and the subcutaneous fat layer.

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  • The next layer of the skin is the dermis.

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  • As one of the most important layers of the skin, the dermis supplies blood to all the layers of the skin through tiny veins called capillaries.

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  • The bottom two layers, the dermis and subcutaneous layer combine as they connect, providing mutual assistance to one another in order to keep the entire skin system healthy.

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  • This is a result of damage to the skin tissue under the outer dermis or layer of skin.

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  • Oil producing glands are located in the second layer of the skin, called the dermis, around the face, neck and chest.

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  • These serve not only to protect the plant against slight P dermis.

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  • The epidermis contains numerous groups of sense cells; beneath the epidermis there is rarely (Kynotus) an extensive connective tissue dermis.

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  • For this purpose the skin is tied by connecting fibres of white fibrillar tissue to the deep layer of the dermis along the lateral and lower edges of the palmar fascia and to the sheaths of the flexor tendons.

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  • This ambiguity can be resolved by transforming the measured color co-ordinates to compensate for the thickness of the papillary dermis.

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  • Salicyclic acid is not absorbed by the skin, but it rapidly kills the cells of the epidermis, without affecting the immediately subjacent cells of the dermis ("true skin").

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  • But these concerns aren't just limited to the dermis.

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  • Salicyclic acid is not absorbed by the skin, but it rapidly kills the cells of the epidermis, without affecting the immediately subjacent cells of the dermis.

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