Unseen by Honey Tone, he removed a small horseshoe from between the saddle blanket and the mule's epidermis.
This aids in preventing decay and slipping of the epidermis.
In this way the epidermis is raised into the flat solid papules which are the early lesions of the disease.
epidermis, or outer surface, which is a series of scales lying one upon the other.
The auditory regions of the epidermis are usually shut off from the surface in special sacks.
"My epidermis has thickened since those days," he returns, with a laugh.
Its peel is very thick, and covered with an epidermis which encloses a very fragrant and highly prized essential oil.
The complete peeling off of the epidermis shows the true cause of the disease.
These glands discharge sometimes directly through the epidermis, but more often into the orifice of the hair-sheath.
Wrinkles and warts on the epidermis; this is the work of time.
epidermis ep·i·der·mis (ěp'ĭ-dûr'mĭs)
The nonvascular outer protective layer of the skin, covering the dermis.
The outside layers of the skin.