subfascial

subfascial

 [sub-fash´al]
beneath a fascia.

sub·fas·cial

(sŭb-fash'ē-ăl),
Beneath a fascia.

subfascial

/sub·fas·cial/ (sub-fash´ul) beneath a fascia.

subfascial

beneath a fascia.
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Besides the always-improving synthetic dressing materials, newer technologies in wound treatment include the xenogeneic tissue scaffold, bilayered human dermal substitutes, recombinant growth factors, endoscopic subfascial ligation of venous perforators, and endovascular arterial repair techniques.
The fascia is incised near the auricle sulcus, and a subfascial dissection is performed.
Endoscopic transaxillary subfascial approach for persistent muscular torticollis in children.
Stepby-step, it covers all the regions in the previous four chapters by looking at subcutaneous, subfascial and deep layers of nerves and vessels.
Ranta et al, in a double-blind study, compared epidural analgesia and subfascial wound catheters using an intermittent bolus technique (89).
Because the risk of hematoma formation at these sites is approximately 20%, a subfascial drain should be inserted and the skin kept open for at least 48 hours in all patients with HELLP who undergo cesarean delivery.
With the popularity of minimally invasive endoscopic surgery, surgeons began to apply the technique to interrupt incompetent perforator veins in the subfascial space.
Under general anesthesia, a subcutaneous subfascial pocket was formed after the cutaneous incision.
The redesign of packaging for two medical devices, a sling system and a subfascial hammock, was initiated in order to reduce the size of the packaging and to make it possible to denest the trays without the occurrence of tissue interleafing.
SAN DIEGO -- a Subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery plus ambulatory compression was better than ambulatory compression alone for certain patients with advanced chronic venous insufficiency, Dr.
The contract makes AMS' Monarc[R] Subfascial Hammock, MiniArc[R] Single-Incision Sling, and SPARC[R] Sling System available to women treated in any NHS hospital in the region through NHS (the public healthcare provider) serviced and supported by the Normanton centre.
A subfascial drain was placed, the dural repair was tested with a Valsalva manoeuvre and the patient turned supine.