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subcutaneous tissue


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subcutaneous tissue

subcutaneous tissue

Disorders of Subcutaneous Tissue

Disorders of Subcutaneous Tissue

Fungal infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue

Metastatic Carcinoma to Subcutaneous Tissue and Skeletal Muscle: Clinicopathological Features in 11 Cases

BMP4 mediates the interplay between adipogenesis and angiogenesis during expansion of subcutaneous white adipose tissue

Changes in subcutaneous adipose tissue microRNA expression in HIV-infected patients

DOP078 Visceral and subcutaneous adipose tissues of Crohn’s disease patients contains bacteria

Content of Soluble Factors and Characteristics of Stromal Vascular Fraction Cells in Lipoaspirates from Different Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Depots

Well Differentiated Adult-type Fibrosarcoma Arising from the Occipital Subcutaneous Tissue in a 17-Year-old Man: Case Report with Immunohistochemical Study

High-resolution electron microscopy of multi-wall carbon nanotubes in the subcutaneous tissue of rats

Evaluation of a Novel High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound Device for Ablating Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue for Noninvasive Body Contouring: Safety Studies in Human Volunteers

Penetration of ertapenem into skeletal muscle and subcutaneous adipose tissue in healthy volunteers measured by in vivo microdialysis

Reduced subcutaneous tissue distribution of cefazolin in morbidly obese versus non-obese patients determined using clinical microdialysis

Meropenem dosing in critically ill patients with sepsis and without renal dysfunction: intermittent bolus versus continuous administration? Monte Carlo dosing simulations and subcutaneous tissue distribution

284Cardiometabolic risk of visceral fat: Regulation of stem cells multipotency in visceral and subcutaneous adipose tissue

P350The stem cells in the subcutaneous adipose tissue of II diabetic rats have an impaired angiogenic function

Plasma and target-site subcutaneous tissue population pharmacokinetics and dosing simulations of cefazolin in post-trauma critically ill patients

 

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The tissue that underlies the dermis (see skin). It is made up of loose fibrous connective tissue, muscle, and fat (see adipose tissue), which in some animals (e.g. whales and hibernating mammals) forms an insulating layer or an important food store.

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