subaponeurotic

subaponeurotic

 [sub″ap-o-noo͡-rot´ik]
below an aponeurosis.
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sub·ap·o·neu·rot·ic

(sŭb'ap-ō-nū-rot'ik),
Below an aponeurosis.
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Cord remained subaponeurotic. External oblique aponeurosis was closed with 2-0 Prolene and skin was closed with 2-0 nylon.
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