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  • adj. dermatological

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  • adj. of or pertaining to dermatology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or relating to or practicing dermatology


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  • There is no substitute for a vet's recommendation when it comes to true dermatologic conditions.

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  • There is evidence to demonstrate that those videogames may have helped my manual dexterity, which I now need as a dermatologic surgeon.

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  • And new versions are about to hit the market, says Arielle Kauvar, a dermatologic surgeon in Manhattan.

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  • A questionnaire was mailed to 40 dermatologic surgeons in 22 states and the District of Columbia.

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  • The fellow will work closely with the full-time faculty in Plastic Surgery as well as faculty in related specialties for experience in managing cleft lip and palate, craniofacial anomalies, dermatologic and vascular malformations, congenital anomalies of the eye and adnexa, pediatric hand, and general pediatric plastic surgical problems.

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  • Porphyria is really a group of diseases—one particular kind is characterized by acute abdominal pain and mental changes, and the others have a dermatologic manifestation.

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  • For example, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, asthma, allergies, migraines, and many dermatologic, gynecologic, and gastrointestinal complaints normally have ups and downs, and a bogus alternative remedy can be misinterpreted as the reason for an upturn.

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  • His skin was a yellowish-brown, leached pink and milk-white in places by a dermatologic disease that often afflicts people of color in the South.

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  • Syphilis, in some of its dermatologic manifestations, resembles leprosy; and, as Esteyneffer notes, bubas and scurvy are sometimes confused because their pains in the joints and bones are similar.

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