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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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Although injection of NO donors proved beneficial, an injection mode of administration might not be clinically useful because of concerns that the injections themselves could produce trauma to the delicate subdermal and dermal vascular plexus of local flaps.
3-cm mass in the volar subdermal tissue immediately superficial to the flexor tendons of the second digit (Figure 1).
2004, "A Three Dimensional Finite Element Model to Study Thermal Changes Due To Uniformly Perfused Tumor in Human Subdermal Region," Mathematical Biology, Recent Trends, Proc.
long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods that require administering less than once per cycle or month such as intrauterine devices (IUDs) commonly known as coils, the hormonal intrauterine system (IUS), subdermal implants and injectables
Below the epidermis are the three layers of dermis followed by a layer of subdermal tissues.
Sasaki, "Gotu kola has been used to treat cellulite topically because of its purported effects in strengthening tissues surrounding fat-storage cells, tostimulate collagen in the weakened walls of subdermal veins, and to reduce the storage of subdermal moisture in the legs.
Much as Gilroy imagines a future where race as the construction of visible external signifiers of the skin has been supplanted by the minute scale of the nanotechnological, The Interrupted Journey posits a blending of racial signifiers past the point of recognition, rendering race as a text that can be read only at the subdermal level--in the structure of the abductee's skin.
Studies of the bioprosthetic heart valve materials are being achieved with the subdermal implantation to the rat or direct cardiac implantation to the sheep or cow.
Campbellville, Ontario) has patented an apparatus and a method for identifying the risk of a clinical condition in a human or animal by correlating Near Infrared (NIR) absorbance spectral data with one or several parameters including a concentration of one or more substances in the skin, a concentration of one or more substances in skin plus subdermal tissue, a score derived from one or more clinical tests like a stress test on a treadmill, coronary angiography, or intravascular coronary ultrasound.
The popular Norplant, a subdermal implant of six tiny rods containing only progestin, acts up to five years as an abortifacient.
The parent company of VeriChip stated that a subdermal GPS device is currently in development.