dermo-, derm-, derma-, dermato-, dermat-, -derm, -derma, -dermatic, -dermatous, -dermis, -dermal, -dermic, -dermoid, -dermatoid

(Greek: skin)

acarine dermatosis (s) (noun), acarine dermatoses (pl)
An eruption of the skin caused by mite parasites.
acarodermatitis (s) (noun); dermatitises, dermatitides (pl)
Any skin inflammation caused by mites.
achromoderma (s) (noun), achromodermas (pl)
An absence of skin pigment.
achromodermia (s) (noun), achromodermias (pl)
A colorless condition of the skin.
acrodermatitis (s) (noun); acrodermatitises, acrodermatitides (pl)
Inflammation involving the skin of the extremities; such as, the hands and feet.
acrodermatosis (s) (noun), acrodermatoses (pl)
Any disease involving the skin of the hands or feet.
acropachyderma (s) (noun), acropachydermas (pl)
Thickening of the skin of the face, the scalp, and on the hands and feet.
acroscleroderma (s) (noun), acrosclerodermas (pl)
A hard, thickened skin condition of the toes and the fingers.
actinic dermatitis (s); actinic dermatitises, actinic dermatitides (pl) (nouns)
A skin inflammation or rash resulting from exposure to sunlight, X-rays, or atomic particle radiation: Chronic or recurrent actinic dermatitis can lead to skin cancer.
actinodermatitis (s) (noun), actinodermatitises, actinodermatitides
1. Inflammation of the skin as a result of exposure to sunlight or because of adverse reaction to radiation-skin therapy.
2. Dermatitis caused by exposure to some form of radiation; such as, sunlight, ultraviolet light, or X-rays.
adermia (s) (noun), adermias (pl)
Having no skin or being without skin: The adermia of the laboratory fish made it impossible for it to survive.

An adermia is defined as an acquired absence of the skin or a specified area of skin.

adermogenesis (s) (noun), adermogeneses (pl)
An imperfect development of the skin of a newborn baby.
adipodermal graft
Skin-fat graft.
anetoderma (s) (noun), anetodermas (pl)
A condition in which the skin becomes baglike and wrinkled or depressed without elasticity.
anetodermal (adjective), more anetodermal, most anetodermal