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sub·cu·ta·ne·ous

 (sŭb′kyo͞o-tā′nē-əs)
adj.
Located or placed just beneath the skin: subcutaneous tissue; a subcutaneous implant.

sub′cu·ta′ne·ous·ly adv.
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subcutaneous

(ˌsʌbkjuːˈteɪnɪəs)
adj
(Medicine) med situated, used, or introduced beneath the skin: a subcutaneous injection.
[C17: from Late Latin subcutāneus, from sub- + Latin cutis skin + -eous]
ˌsubcuˈtaneously adv
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sub•cu•ta•ne•ous

(ˌsʌb kyuˈteɪ ni əs)

adj.
situated or introduced under the skin; subdermal.
[1645–55; < Late Latin subcutāneus. See sub-, cutaneous]
sub`cu•ta′ne•ous•ly, adv.
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sub·cu·ta·ne·ous

(sŭb′kyo͞o-tā′nē-əs)
Located or placed just beneath the skin.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.subcutaneous - relating to or located below the epidermis; "hypodermic needle"; "subcutaneous implant"
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Translations
podkožní
ihonalainen

subcutaneous

[ˈsʌbkjʊˈteɪnɪəs] ADJsubcutáneo
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subcutaneous

[ˌsʌbkjʊˈteɪniəs] adjsous-cutané(e)
subcutaneous fat → graisse sous-cutanée
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sub·cu·ta·ne·ous

a. subcutáneo-a, debajo de la piel.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

subcutaneous

adj subcutáneo
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[USPRwire, Thu Aug 08 2019] Subcutaneous injection ports have witnessed significant momentum, owing to their key benefits such as reducing the number of needle sticks required in blood samples, nutrition, fluids, and medication.
Plasma-derived medicines company Grifols (MCE:GRF) (MCE:GRF.P) (NASDAQ: GRFS) reported on Thursday the receipt of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for the new Xembify 20% subcutaneous immunoglobulin for the treatment of primary immunodeficiencies.
It has been shown that the development of subcutaneous ofatumumab anti-CD20 treatment may facilitate treatment.
However, it is known that its bioavailability shows significant interindividual variability in oral administration.(1) MTX subcutaneous injection which Eisai is in-licensing from Medac, is administered once a week via subcutaneous injection and enables a high bioavailability to be maintained.
Methods: Two hundred and sixty patients with cerebral infarction, acute myocardial infarction or pulmonary embolism who underwent subcutaneous injection of low-molecular weight heparin in the hospital between December 2015 and December 2016 were selected.
The inclusion criteria were determined as follows: being operated for a nasal defect, a type of nasolabial flap was chosen for reconstruction method (nasolabial flaps as V-Y/hatchet advancement, transposition, propeller, subcutaneous pedicled and two-stage interpolation types), patients with postoperative photographs (at least postoperative 6th month).
[13-15] In contrast, studies revealed that in obese individuals compared to visceral fat and subcutaneous fat are the best predictor of insulin resistance.
"Subcutaneous white fat represents 80 percent of all fat tissue in mice and people and it is stored in the hips, arms, and legs.
Lia Bally, Ph.D., from the University of Bern in Switzerland, and colleagues randomized adults with type 2 diabetes who required subcutaneous insulin therapy to receive closed-loop insulin delivery (70 patients) or conventional subcutaneous insulin therapy (66 patients).
It has several potential advantages: reliable anticoagulant effect, lower incidence of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, and a simple subcutaneous administration that permit short-term and long-term treatment (Palese, Aidone, Dante, & Pea, 2013).