patch of hair
a group of hairs of uniform length applied simultaneously as a method of hair replacement.
an occlusive agent that restores the barrier layer by holding in water. used after laser surgery to protect the skin while healing
A flat surface on which a straight line joining any two points would wholly lie.
plaster of paris
calcium sulfate; a white powdery substance, which, with water, forms a quick-setting paste.
small square of Teflon sutured over a hole in a vessel, it exerts external pressure over any small needle holes to prevent bleeding and to promote clotting
any device, as cotton, cloth, wood, etc., used to fill or close an opening.
point of entry
a place (usually invisible) at which access to inner positions may be had; a place at which a hypodermic needle may be inserted to pass into the same or another area.
openings on the surface of the skin for the ducts of the sweat glands
the image made from the negative mold.
an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease