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

(Greek: skin)

phrynoderma
phrynodermia
phytoderma
pneumoderma
pneumohypoderma
pododerm
That portion of the skin that lies under the hoof of animals and which secretes the horny structure of the hoof.
pododermatitis
1. Inflammation of the pododerm.
2. An infectious bacterial disease of sheep, goats, and cattle that is associated with warm, wet, unhygienic conditions, characterized by lameness due to erosion of the horny structures and inflammation of the related soft parts of the foot.
poikiloderma
poikilodermatonyositis
presbyderma, presbydermia
1. The skin changes of middle and old age.
2. Cutaneous (skin) changes associated with the middle and later years of life.
progressive pigmentary dermatosis
A chronic skin disorder resulting from hemorrhages into the skin, chiefly on the legs of young men, and characterized by purple patches that spread and turn brown.
protoderm, dermatogen
1. The outermost layer of cells in plants, forming the permanent epidermal tissue.
2. A thin outer layer of the meristem (growing plant tissue) in embryos and growing points of roots and stems of plants, which develops into the epidermis.
pseudoderm
psilodermatous
Having the skin naked or without scales; such as, an amphibian of the Psiloderma.
pyoderma
Any purulent (associated with the formation of or caused by pus) skin disease or lesion.