[ UK /æktˈɪnɪk/ ]
  1. relating to or exhibiting actinism
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How To Use actinic In A Sentence

  • However, actinic keratoses may be diffuse, with clinically unapparent lesions in adjacent skin.
  • Since that time, he has had sebaceous adenomas, sebaceous carcinomas, and actinic keratoses removed from his nose and cheek.
  • This is what is wanted, more than colour, diactinic lenses, multiplication of impressions, or anything else. Notes and Queries, Number 192, July 2, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc
  • Answering fire made actinic flares among the spires and blocks. THE MOAT AROUND MURCHESON'S EYE
  • It has been demonstrated that when a dark-adapted leaf is illuminated with high intensity actinic light, the fluorescence transient shows a polyphasic rise, including phases O, J, I, and P.
  • Frequently, I treat a section of sun-damaged actinic keratosis with a TCA peel spot treatment, rather than treating the entire face and neck. Simple Skin Beauty
  • Actinic keratosis can be treated with topical creams and solutions, freezing or a mix of therapies. Reckoning With the Sun
  • He sees many patients with a condition known as actinic keratosis—small, rough, raised areas on the skin that can develop into squamous cell carcinoma, a cancer that in turn can spread to internal organs and be life-threatening. Reckoning With the Sun
  • This approach can be very cost-effective, since the cost of non-LED based actinic illumination is significantly lower than LED-based illumination.
  • The one found on the lips, called actinic cheilitis, could evolve into a type of squamous cell skin cancer that can spread rapidly to other parts of the body. New Blogs and RSS Feeds
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