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cu·ta·ne·ous

 (kyo͞o-tā′nē-əs)
adj.
Of, relating to, or affecting the skin.

[From New Latin cutāneus, back-formation from Late Latin intercutāneus and subcutāneus, both subcutaneous, both from Latin cutis, skin; see (s)keu- in Indo-European roots.]

cu·ta′ne·ous·ly adv.

cutaneous

(kjuːˈteɪnɪəs)
adj
(Anatomy) of, relating to, or affecting the skin
[C16: from New Latin cutāneus, from Latin cutis skin; see hide2]
cuˈtaneously adv

cu•ta•ne•ous

(kyuˈteɪ ni əs)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or affecting the skin.
[1570–80; < Medieval Latin cutāneus= Latin cut(is) the skin + -āneus (-ān(us) -an1 + -eus -eous). See cutis]
cu•ta′ne•ous•ly, adv.

cu·ta·ne·ous

(kyo͞o-tā′nē-əs)
Relating to the skin.

cutaneous

Relating to the skin.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cutaneous - relating to or existing on or affecting the skin; "cutaneous nerves"; "a cutaneous infection"
Translations

cutaneous

[kjuːˈteɪnɪəs] ADJcutáneo

cutaneous

adjkutan (spec)

cu·ta·ne·ous

a. cutáneo-a;
___ absorptionabsorción ___;
___ glandsglándulas ___ -s o sebáceas.

cutaneous

adj cutáneo
References in classic literature ?
His partner had started on the minute and was busy dissecting out cutaneous nerves.
In certain cutaneous disorders very prevalent in new settlements, he was considered to be infallible; and there was no woman on the Patent but would as soon think of becoming a mother without a husband as without the assistance of Dr.
It must necessarily depend on the dew for its moisture; and this probably is absorbed by the skin, for it is known, that these reptiles possess great powers of cutaneous absorption.
In 2007, Petrella and colleagues (1) described 4 cases of cutaneous lymphomas, localized to the ear, with indolent clinical behavior despite high-grade morphologic findings.
To study the prevalence and patterns of cutaneous manifestations among diabetic patients and their association with duration of diabetes mellitus (DM).
A possible diagnosis of Nevus Lipomatosus Cutaneous Superficialis was made based on clinical examination.
The objective of this study was to determine the pattern of different cutaneous granulomas.
Rarely, there may not be any evidence of primary melanoma and the cutaneous metastasis being the only manifestation of the disease.
Here we report the case of a patient with cutaneous leishmaniasis, who was referred to our clinic in Yazd, Iran.
To the Editor: Cutaneous metastasis of the internal malignancy is unusual.
A neglected consequence of this tragedy has been the reemergence of a cutaneous leishmaniasis epidemic.
Objective: To compare the efficacy of oral zinc sulfate (ZnSO4) with intramuscular meglumine antimoniate (MA) in the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis.