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Within or between the layers of the skin: an intradermal injection.

in′tra·der′mal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.intradermally - into the skin
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The TST must be placed intradermally and read correctly, and the patient must return for the interpretation 48 to 72 hours after placement.
Scars should be infiltrated intradermally at the junction of the dermis and the subcutaneous tissue.
1 mL of PPD containing 5TU is injected intradermally on the flexor aspect of the forearm with a tuberculin syringe raising a wheal.
2,3 When autologous serum is injected intradermally in these patients, an immediate wheal and flare reaction is observed and this forms the basis for autologous serum skin test (ASST), a simple screening test to identify these patients.
Stem cells are then harvested from those and then it is injected intradermally or subdermally.
Briefly, two birds per replicate (n = 6 per group) were randomly selected on d-17 and the PHA-P solution (prepared in sterile phosphate-buffered saline [PBS]) was injected intradermally (100 [micro]g/100 [micro]L/chicken) between the 3rd and 4th digits of the right foot.
For this purpose, on day 14th post-administration of plant material (29th day of experiment), experimental and control chickens were injected PHA-P (Sigma(r), USA) (100u g/500u l/ chicken) intradermally between the third and fourth digits of the right foot.
In brief, administered and control birds were injected intradermally with Phytohemagglutinin-P (Sigma(r), USA) (100 ug/100 mL/chicken) between the last two (fourth and third) digits of the right foot and the left foot served as control.
Because of a global IPV supply shortage, fIPV, which uses one fifth of regular intramuscular (IM) dose administered intradermally, has been recommended as a response strategy for VDPV2 (5).
The BCG vaccine is given intradermally on the left upper arm (deltoid) with few local adverse events like ulceration and abscess.