desquamate

VERB
  1. peel off in scales
    dry skin desquamates
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How To Use desquamate In A Sentence

  • Dermoids are composed of mature epithelial tissues, a combination of skin, hair, desquamated epithelium, and teeth.
  • About the eighth day the rash begins to scale or desquamate. The Eugenic Marriage, Volume IV. (of IV.) A Personal Guide to the New Science of Better Living and Better Babies
  • Systemic skin is dry, desquamate, resemble dander in that way, winter is very serious, special limb.
  • Expose ends in partial - thickness burns when the crust desquamates and falls off.
  • The surface of the skin is desquamated and frequently denuded of the hair. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
  • dry skin desquamates
  • The crypts are distended with yellowish-white plugs, composed of inflammatory exudate, leucocytes, and desquamated epithelium, and these may project from the openings, giving the tonsil Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • The presence of oral mucosa folds, interdental spaces, gums and other places where food, desquamated epithelium, and saliva are easily trapped creates favorable conditions for the reproduction of most microorganisms. Pravda.Ru
  • Recently my toe desquamate, scratchy, toenail decayed a bit, how to return a responsibility?
  • There is no mechanical cleansing as by the sweat, the space around the hair is large and the accumulated secretion of the hair glands and the desquamated cells furnish a material in which bacteria may grow. Disease and Its Causes
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