dermo-, derm-, derma-, dermato-, dermat-, -derm, -derma, -dermatic, -dermatous, -dermis, -dermal, -dermic, -dermoid, -dermatoid
dermaskeleton (s) (noun), dermaskeletons (pl)
The bony or horny supporting structures in the skin of many vertebrates (backbone of mammals, birds, or fish): "Fish scales and the carapaces (shells) of turtles are examples of dermaskeletons."
Localized pain, usually confined to the skin; also, dermatodynia.
dermatesthesia (s) (noun), dermatesthesias (pl)
A condition whereby people have abnormally sensitive skins: Babies always seem to have dermatesthesia since their skin is so soft and tender.
There are some adults who suffer from dermatesthesias and who have to be very careful about sunburns and other potential discomforts or ailments.
The grafting of skin from one part of the patient's own body to another.
Infection of man and animals with larvae of the fly Dermatobia hominis. Synonym: human botfly myiasis.