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subdermal

(sŭb′dûr′məl)
adj.
Located or placed beneath the skin; subcutaneous.

sub·der′mal·ly adv.

subdermal

[-der′məl]
Etymology: L, sub + Gr, derma, skin
beneath the dermis.

subdermal

(sŭb-dĕr′măl) [″ + Gr. derma, skin]
Below the skin.

subdermal

deep to the dermis, but superficial to deeper tissues
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Methods of accurate localisation of non-palpable subdermal contraceptive implants.
Continuation rates of the subdermal contraceptive Implanon [R] and associated influencing factors.
We then carried out an in-depth dissection, preserving the subdermal plexus, and created marginal tube sutures (3-0 non-absorbable thread) in a simple, continuous pattern.
Variable anastomoses exist among these vessels providing a robust supply to the breast skin, via the subdermal plexus and the breast parenchyma.
The association of materials-techniques-scientists enabled the design of subdermal hormonal contraceptive implants.
However, when the intermammary tissue consists of fibrous septa and glandular tissue rather than fat, excision of the tissue and subdermal suturing through small inframammary incision should be performed to avoid unsightly scars.
Subdermal implants are unregulated and risky, with infections common, but Lee will not be put off - even if his four children try to talk him out of it.
The 3 LNG-IUS methods and the subdermal implant offer several benefits beyond contraception.
Subdermal fibrous hamartoma of infancy: pathology of 40 cases and differential diagnosis.
Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC) - Nexplanon[R] 68 mg implant for subdermal use; Merck Sharp & Dohme Limited, electronic Medicines Compendium, August 2013.
Most notably the program seeks to educate teens about long acting reversible contraception, such as intrauterine devices and subdermal implants, that can be used in conjunction with other prophylactic methods of birth control to prevent pregnancy.