subcuticular


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subcuticular

 [sub″ku-tik´u-lar]
below the epidermis.

sub·cu·tic·u·lar

(sŭb-kyū-tik'yū-lăr),
Beneath the cuticle or epidermis.

subcuticular

/sub·cu·tic·u·lar/ (-ku-tik´u-ler) subepidermal.

subcuticular

below the epidermis.
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Also there are risks of complications with insulin therapy like hypoglycemia and weight gain10,12, faulty technique of subcuticular injections, noncompliance of patients to injections and neonatal effects like recurrent early neonatal hypoglycaemia.
The subcuticular tissue and skin incisions were then closed in separate layers with 3-0 PDS in a continuous pattern (Fig 5).
In peltate glandular trichomes the compounds to be secreted are generally accumulated in a capacious subcuticular space and then they are released as the cutile is physically ruptured (Siebert 2004)
Zone A was flipped over to cover the urethral defect of the UCF by an inverting, subcuticular stitching to the urethral layer (Fig.
Spiracles may include subcuticular chambers, or atria, and surrounding sclerites called peritremes (Snodgrass 1935).
The defect was closed with subcutaneous and subsequently with subcuticular sutures.
A study comparing cosmetic outcome of skin closure methods following CS (staples and sutures) found no long term difference in cosmetic outcome between stapled wound and subcuticular suture closed wounds [2], while another study found skin incisions closed with the subcuticular closure to have more cosmetically appealing wounds at postoperative visit compared with skin closed with staples [12, 13].
This sea cucumber can serve as host for symbiotic organisms, such as a group of subcuticular bacteria living between the epidermal cells and the outer cuticle (Lawrence et al.
15) If sutures are used, a 7-0 monofilament nylon suture with a subcuticular closure is recommended.
Skin adhesive versus subcuticular suture for perineal skin repair after episiotomy--a randomized controlled trial.