epicutaneous

Epicutaneous vs Percutaneous - What's the difference?

epicutaneous | percutaneous |


As adjectives the difference between epicutaneous and percutaneous

is that epicutaneous is (medicine) describing the application of a drug etc directly onto the surface of the skin while percutaneous is taking place through the skin.

Epicutaneous - What does it mean?

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Epicutaneous vs Transdermal - What's the difference?

epicutaneous | transdermal |


As adjectives the difference between epicutaneous and transdermal

is that epicutaneous is (medicine) describing the application of a drug etc directly onto the surface of the skin while transdermal is through the unbroken skin.

As a noun transdermal is

a transdermal patch or implant.

Epicutaneous vs Subcutaneous - What's the difference?

epicutaneous | subcutaneous |


As adjectives the difference between epicutaneous and subcutaneous

is that epicutaneous is (medicine) describing the application of a drug etc directly onto the surface of the skin while subcutaneous is pertaining to the fatty layer under the skin.

Skin vs Epicutaneous - What's the difference?

skin | epicutaneous |


As a noun skin

is (uncountable) the outer protective layer of the body of any animal, including of a human.

As a verb skin

is to injure the skin of.

As an adjective epicutaneous is

(medicine) describing the application of a drug etc directly onto the surface of the skin.

Surface vs Epicutaneous - What's the difference?

surface | epicutaneous |


As a verb surface

is .

As an adjective epicutaneous is

(medicine) describing the application of a drug etc directly onto the surface of the skin.