intradermal etymology

English word intradermal comes from English dermal ((anatomy) Of or pertaining to skin or integument.), English intra- (A prefix signifying inside, within, interior, during.)

Detailed word origin of intradermal

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
dermal English (eng) (anatomy) Of or pertaining to skin or integument.
intra- English (eng) A prefix signifying inside, within, interior, during.
intradermal English (eng) In medicine, injections or infusions fall into the parenteral category of drug/substance delivery methods. Intradermal means within, about, or below a dermal tissue layer (typically the skin) and describes the location of administration.

Words with the same origin as intradermal

Descendants of intra-
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