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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Hypertrophy of the cornea or the horny layer of the skin.

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  • n. Excess keratin formation on the skin surface, as can be seen in a number of dermatologic conditions.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Hypertrophy of the horny layer of the epidermis.
  • n. Same as conical cornea.


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  • A clear indication of low vitamin A and omega-3 fat deficiency were “bumps” on the back of his arms called hyperkeratosis pilaris.6 His low level of vitamin D led to lowered immunity.7 Deficiencies of other vitamins such as vitamin E and beta carotene indicated he ate a diet high in junk food and low in vegetables and whole grains.

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  • Skin roughening ( "hyperkeratosis") and concomitant hair loss was maximal in regions subjected to mechanical friction, such as abdomen fig. 3c), changes on the dorsal skin were mostly limited to scaling (fig. S2).

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  • A callus is a form of hyperkeratosis, or thickened skin, that creates a hard surface.

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  • The skin over the feet may show marked hyperkeratosis.

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  • Pathologically the first change noted in the epidermis is thought to be an acanthosis, followed by epithelial atrophy, and a hyperkeratosis, intercellular edema, and colloid degeneration of the prickle cells.

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  • H/E and Toluidin blue staining shows acanthosis, hyperkeratosis, spongiosis, epidermoid cysts and massive infiltration of mast cells in the dermis of the N1N2K5 derived graft.

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  • Moreover, both loss and gain of Notch function cause hyperkeratosis as a consequence of hair cycle disturbance

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  • Both N1N2K5 and K14-TSLP mice show acanthosis, hyperkeratosis as well as dermal infiltration by mast cells [Scale bars: 50 µm].

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  • We demonstrate that skin-specific inactivation of Notch1 and Notch2 simultaneously, or RBP-J, induces the development of a severe form of atopic dermatitis (AD), characterized by acanthosis, spongiosis and hyperkeratosis, as well as a massive dermal infiltration of eosinophils and mast cells.

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  • Asterisks indicate enlarged regions of the skin showing acanthosis, hyperkeratosis and spongiosis of the epidermis as well as eosinophil infiltrates (arrows) around dilated blood vessels (bv) in the dermis (n = 8, 4 individual experiments were performed).

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