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Dermal vs Transdermal - What's the difference?

dermal | transdermal |


As adjectives the difference between dermal and transdermal

is that dermal is (anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument while transdermal is through the unbroken skin.

As a noun transdermal is

a transdermal patch or implant.

Dermal vs Topical - What's the difference?

dermal | topical |


As adjectives the difference between dermal and topical

is that dermal is (anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument while topical is of current interest; contemporary.

As a noun topical is

(pharmacology) a topical anaesthetic.

Wikidiffcom vs Dermal - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | dermal |


As an adjective dermal is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument.

Dermal - What does it mean?

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Derma vs Dermal - What's the difference?

derma | dermal |


As a noun derma

is the inner layer of the skin; the dermis or derma can be a jewish dish of roast or boiled seasoned meat and flour etc in a casing, especially kishke.

As an adjective dermal is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument.

Taxonomy vs Dermal - What's the difference?

taxonomy | dermal |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective dermal is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument.

Dermal vs Myxedema - What's the difference?

dermal | myxedema |


As an adjective dermal

is (anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument.

As a noun myxedema is

(pathology) a form of cutaneous and dermal edema that is secondary to increased deposition of connective tissue components in subcutaneous tissue.

Dermal vs Osteoderm - What's the difference?

dermal | osteoderm |


In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between dermal and osteoderm

is that dermal is (anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument while osteoderm is (anatomy) a bony deposit in the dermal layers of the skin.

As an adjective dermal

is (anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument.

As a noun osteoderm is

(anatomy) a bony deposit in the dermal layers of the skin.

Dermal vs Nondermal - What's the difference?

dermal | nondermal |


As adjectives the difference between dermal and nondermal

is that dermal is (anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument while nondermal is not dermal.

Dermal vs Dermally - What's the difference?

dermal | dermally |


As an adjective dermal

is (anatomy) of or pertaining to skin or integument.

As an adverb dermally is

in a dermal way; of or to the skin.

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