epifascial

ep·i·fas·ci·al

(ep'i-fash'ē-ăl),
On the surface of a fascia, denoting a method of injecting drugs in which the solution is put on the fascia lata instead of injected into the substance of the muscle.

ep·i·fas·ci·al

(ep'i-fash'ē-ăl)
On the surface of a fascia; denoting a method of injecting drugs in which the solution is put on the fascia lata instead of injected into the substance of the muscle.

ep·i·fas·ci·al

(ep'i-fash'ē-ăl)
On the surface of a fascia, denoting a method of injecting drugs in which the solution is put on the fascia lata instead of injected into the substance of the muscle.
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In patients with lymphedema, gray scale images shows the thickening of the cutaneous, epifascial tissue compartments, and interstitial fluid accumulation and may allow the evaluation of the degree of fibrosis.
The lymphedema shows an epifascial distribution with a high-signal intensity in coronal 3D SSFP-balanced images (Figure 5).
Caption: Figure 5: Coronal and axial 3D SSFP-balanced MIP images depict the characteristic muscle-sparing epifascial distribution of lymphedema.
Se realiza la incision sobre el abdomen disecando por planos hasta la fascia abdominal, creando un bolsillo epifascial donde se introducira el generador de pulso definitivo.
In this way, this study allows us to verify that the SFN has characteristics appropriate for this surgical technique: its emergence may be easily determined, has a considerable width (visible with the naked eye), has an epifascial course which facilitates its dissection, and due to the presence of branches communicating with other nerves, the removal of one of its branches does not result in extensive areas of cutaneous anaesthesia.