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Things cutaneous often describes (“cutaneous ________”)
lesions, nerve, nerves, manifestations, melanoma, branches, branch, leishmaniasis, vessels, diseases, reactions, surface, lymphoma, disease, eruptions, stimulation, sensibility, sensation, eruption, receptors, infections, reaction, affections, vasculitis, infection, lesion, involvement, hypersensitivity, changes, disorders, flow, distribution, tissue, sensations, circulation, lymphomas, reflexes, afferents, anthrax, pain, tissues, glands, anaphylaxis, innervation, sensitivity, veins, tumors, stimuli, symptoms, erythematosus, ureterostomy, migrans, inflammation, fibers, nodules, candidiasis, surfaces, tuberculosis, carcinoma, respiration, irritation, signs, manifestation, metastases, responses, ulcers, melanomas, vasoconstriction, pigmentation, response, findings, vasodilation, absorption, incision, horn, flap, mechanoreceptors, vasodilatation, test, senses, capillaries, neoplasms, affection, hemangiomas, wounds, fistula, loss, structures, organs, inoculation, fibres, anergy, diphtheria

How cutaneous often is described (“________ cutaneous”)
internal, lateral, external, medial, brachial, posterior, antebrachial, primary, passive, chronic, lesser, femoral, general, multiple, dorsal, sural, middle, anterior, diffuse, severe, antibrachial, extensive, solitary, palmar, superficial, intermediate, widespread, deep, recurrent, characteristic, infantile, musculo, acute, median, typical, submandibular, disseminated, benign, cervical, neurological, muscular, o.t., painful, generalized, idiopathic, type, axillary, unusual, subacute, intercostobrachial, spontaneous, lowered, sub, moist, noxious, peripheral, induced, plantar, ipsilateral, neurologic, repetitive, intact, symptomatic, infectious, sensory

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