subepidermal


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subepidermal

(ˌsʌbɛpɪˈdɜːməl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy just below the epidermis or skin
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Mitotic activity, hemorrhage, and subepidermal blistering could be seen.
Marinkovich said, ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) testing will have greater importance for diagnosis and disease monitoring, not just for pemphigus but for subepidermal bullous disorders as well.
3 Bullous pemphigoid (BP) is an autoimmune skin disorder characterized by subepidermal blistering that results in large, tense bullae.
In LL, a diffuse infiltrate of foamy macrophages and mast cells is present in the dermis below a subepidermal Grenz zone.
Histologic examination showed a subepidermal unilocular blister with serous fluid containing predominately eosinophils and lymphocytes.
2] The blisters are classically tense, indicating that they are of subepidermal origin as opposed to the flaccid bullous lesions of epidermal origin.
Linear immunoglobulin A (IgA) bullous dermatosis (LAD) is a rare cutaneous disease resulting in subepidermal blisters.
In the histopathological evaluation, an infiltrative tumor was observed in the subepidermal region.
SEM Scanner is a wireless, noninvasive handheld device that assesses subepidermal moisture, or SEM, a biophysical marker that has been found to detect early-stage pressure ulcers beneath the skin surface as much as 10 days earlier than visual inspection by nurses.
Histological examination of the lesion showed separation of the dermis, epidermis, and subepidermal bulla.
subepidermal, Pulverulent; UREDINIOSPORES occurs in many shapes as spheroidal, oval, pyriform, sometimes sub-globular or irregular shapes and mostly with pigmented yellowish contents, some spores observed with flattened bases, (21-) 22.