subfascial

subfascial

 [sub-fash´al]
beneath a fascia.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

sub·fas·cial

(sŭb-fash'ē-ăl),
Beneath a fascia.
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Fascial, fasciocutaneous, or musculocutaneous flap can be raised in the subfascial or suprafascial plane.
However, their presentation in the hand is infrequent with a reported incidence of about 1% and since they often arise from the subfascial tissues, they may be mistaken for ganglion cysts.2
The skin was incised circumferentially at 2 cm from the macroscopic margins of the tumor in the subfascial plane, including the initial postoperative scar (Figure 2).
Se ubica superficial a los musculos originados en el EPCM, excepto el PL que esta ausente, motivo por el cual la arteria se dispone subcutanea y subfascial (Fig.
Systematic review of outcomes after surgical management of venous disease incorporating subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery.
The incidence of enterocutaneous fistula due to prosthetic mesh is higher in subfascial (5.2%) than in onlay (2.6%) position.
Mettler, "Subfascial hematomas and hemoperitoneum after cesarean section: prevalence according to closure and nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum," Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation, vol.
Using sterile techniques, the bone defect area was exposed and swab cultures were taken from subfascial soft tissues.
Using magnetic resonance imaging, Kahleova and colleagues then studied adipose (fat-storage) tissue in the subjects' thighs to see how the two different diets had affected subcutaneous, subfascial and intramuscular fat (that is, fat under the skin, on the surface of muscles and inside muscles).