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Within the skin; intradermal.

in′tra·cu·ta′ne·ous·ly adv.
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(Anatomy) anatomy within the skin. Also: intradermal
ˌintracuˈtaneously adv
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(ˌɪn trəˈdɜr məl)

also in`tra•der′mic,

1. being, occurring, or located within the dermis.
2. going between the layers of the skin, as an injection.
in`tra•der′mal•ly, in`tra•der′mi•cal•ly, adv.
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Adj.1.intracutaneous - relating to areas between the layers of the skin; "an intradermal injection"
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adj (Med) → intrakutan (spec), → in der Haut (gelegen); intracutaneous injectionInjektion fin die Haut
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The test was continued by intracutaneously injecting allergenic solutions with a 1 to 10 dilution, and 1 to 1 in 1 min intervals.
In our study we administered all injections intracutaneously, which produced sharp intense pain sensation that lasted for 30 seconds or more in sterile water group.
The tuberculin was injected intracutaneously, and the diameter of the local induration of the skin was measured after 48-72 hours.
After one-week acclimatization, the mice from PG and EG were intracutaneously injected with 100-[micro]g tropomyosin and 10-[micro]g cholera toxin (Sigma) as an adjuvant in 0.1 ml of PBS buffer twice weekly for a month.