Arecolin in one-half grain doses, subcutaneously, has given as much satisfaction as any other drug.
Intramuscularly the toxicity is 30 percent greater than subcutaneously.
Easily and skilfully he injected, subcutaneously, the contents of the syringe into the muscles of the region over the heart.
The thing typified all that was fast, insecure, and subcutaneously oily in modern life.
subcutaneous sub·cu·ta·ne·ous (sŭb'kyōō-tā'nē-əs)
Abbr. s.c., SQ
Located, found, or placed just beneath the skin; hypodermic.