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 (trăns-dûr′məl, trănz-)
Through or by way of the skin: transdermal inoculation.


(Medicine) (of a medicine) entering the bloodstream by absorption through the skin
[C20: from trans- + dermal]


(trænsˈdɜr məl, trænz-)

1. Also, trans•der′mic. transcutaneous.
2. (of a medication) applied to the skin, usu. as part of an adhesive patch, for absorption into the bloodstream.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.transdermal - through the unbroken skintransdermal - through the unbroken skin; refers to medications applied directly to the skin (creams or ointments) or in time-release forms (skin patches); "transdermal estrogen"; "percutaneous absorption"
materia medica, pharmacological medicine, pharmacology - the science or study of drugs: their preparation and properties and uses and effects


adj transdérmico
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