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1. Of or relating to the hypodermis.
2. Lying below the epidermis.
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Adj.1.hypodermal - of or relating to the hypodermis
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The infrared light and radiofrequency energies heat with precision dermal and hypodermal tissue in the treatment area.
The profound dermal and hypodermal layer contained satellite tumor nodules with focal necrosis, away from the tumor invasion front (Figure 1).
Six hypodermal chords: lateral one with two rows of cells, dorsal, ventral and subventral chords with only one row of cells.
Delayed mortality of juvenile shrimp Penaeus vannamei challenged to white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) previously exposed to infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHHNV) or inactivated WSSV.
Moreover, functional stem cell units have been described throughout all layers of human skin: hair follicle bulge, interfollicular epidermis, dermal papillae, and perivascular hypodermal adipose tissue.
(A and B) The tumour is composed of monomorphous spindle shaped cells in a prominent storiform pattern, infiltrating the hypodermal fat in a characteristic "honeycombing" pattern.
It was also recorded that the exogenous supply of bubaline PL reduces fat cells in the hypodermal layer of skin.
The collected adults, before maceration, did not have a hypodermal crimson spot between the antennal bases as observed in the paratype of L theobromae.
Nematodes had a pseudocoelom with smooth eosinophilic cuticle, coelomyarian-polymyarian musculature, accessory hypodermal chords, small lateral chords, an intestine with few multinucleated cells (Figure 1D), and a developed reproductive system.
At concentrations of 0.0 and 0.5 U [ml.sup.-1] of potassium silicate, in an artificial environment with concentrations of 0.5 and 1 mL [L.sup.-1] of potassium silicate in a natural environment, an elongation and expansion of the hypodermal cells occur (Figure 4D-G).
Minke whales have a thick layer of blubber [17] which is a vascularized hypodermal adipose tissue, vital for buoyancy, thermal insulation, and energy storage [18].