The implants may stay in place but the skin around it will wrinkle and sag as the loss of subcutaneous fat takes place.
While the most common situation is in the subcutaneous tissue, a cavernous angioma is sometimes met with in internal organs.
The incision should include the skin and subcutaneous tissue.
subcutaneous surgery: Its principles, and its recent extension in practice.
Well adapted to subcutaneous injection, on account of solubility.
The subcutaneous cellular tissue and the tendon of the external oblique may then be divided freely in the same line.
Dr Rosenthal advocates the use of glycerin as a medium for the solution of various substances used for subcutaneous injection.
Of all salts this is most suitable for subcutaneous injection; it is the form in which the alkaloid exists in opium.
subcutaneous inoculation was successful three times in five trials.
In regard to the occurrence of subcutaneous bot-like maggots in the horse and ass, no doubt need exist on this point.
subcutaneous sub·cu·ta·ne·ous (sŭb'kyōō-tā'nē-əs)
Abbr. s.c., SQ
Located, found, or placed just beneath the skin; hypodermic.