subcutis


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sub·cu·tis

 (sŭb-kyo͞o′tĭs)
n.
A layer of connective tissue beneath the dermis.

subcutis

(sʌbˈkjuːtɪs)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy the bottom layer of tissue or skin beneath the outer skin which consists mostly of fatty cells
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It is important that not only the infectious mass was removed but also the tissues, subcutis and any muscle with intact margins of healthy tissue to avoid the recurrence.
Their topics include benign melanocytic proliferations and precursor lesions to melanoma, histologic and phenotypic variants of melanoma and of the borderline melanocytic tumor, squamous cell carcinoma and its precursors, benign adnexal neoplasms, soft tissue neoplasms of the skin and superficial subcutis, and medico-legal aspects of neoplastic dermatology.
T-cells (Figure 1, A and B) involving the dermis and subcutis.
horizontally, radially (mainly related to the epidermis), and vertically, invasively (related to deeper structure of the skin and mucosa, dermis, subcutis, blood and lymph vessels) (8).
8 cm from the skin surface, reaching the subcutis tissue.
Histopathology revealed a cystic process containing the larva in the subcutis surrounded by a fibrotic capsule and chronic inflammation in the dermis.
5 [micron]m de ancho, aciculiformes o claviformes, el tercer tipo de hifa corresponde a hifas de pared gruesa, septadas, de color cafe en KOH, de 4-7 [micron]m de ancho; la segunda capa, el subcutis presenta arreglo pseudoparenquimatoso y se compone de hifas con celulas isodiametricas que van de (8)10-35(50) x (6)9-30(35) [micron]m, de pared gruesa, 2 [micron]m de grosor; gleba compuesta de hifas septadas, hialinas en KOH, entrelazadas de pared delgada, de 3-8 [micron]m de ancho y celulas globosas isodiametricas entremezcladas de 5-12 x 10-24 [micron]m; ascas de (80)100-135 x (30)40-55 [micron]m, hialinas, clavadas, de pared delgada con un corto pedunculo, 3(-4) esporas por asca; ascosporas de 17-26 x 17-24 [micron]m sin la ornamentacion, globosas a subglobosas (Q=1-1.
In large deffects of EAC and mastoid cavity, Tos [21] recommended obliteration with an inferior-based subcutis muscle periosteum flap, harvested along the posterior edge of the auricular incision.
It has been hypothesized that SFN follows hypoxic injury to fat caused by local trauma, while in some cases it is proposed that SFN results from an imbalance of saturated and monounsaturated fats leading to crystallization at certain temperatures in the neonatal subcutis.
The most common form is the subcutaneous type, which is a well-circumscribed spherical nodule attached to the fascia, growing upward into the subcutis.
2) Primary infection of the skin and subcutis with tuberculosis is very rare and occurs by three routes:
Metastatic adenoid cystic carcinoma to the dermis and subcutis of right breast