Origin of subcutaneous
Related formssub·cu·ta·ne·ous·ly, adverbsub·cu·ta·ne·ous·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for subcutaneous
The implants may stay in place but the skin around it will wrinkle and sag as the loss of subcutaneous fat takes place.
In these cases the attempt has also been made to nourish by subcutaneous injections of food.
The sexually mature worms are to be found in the blood, the lymphatics, the mesentery and subcutaneous connective tissue.Handbook of Medical Entomology|William Albert Riley
Twenty to thirty mgrms., administered by subcutaneous injection to frogs, caused death in from ten to twenty-four hours.
Curarine in a subcutaneous dose of one-third of a grain is antagonistic so far that it paralyses the voluntary muscles.
Opium, whether taken in substance, or still more by subcutaneous injection, in some individuals constantly causes faintness.