subcutaneous connective tissue

subcutaneous connective tissue

[¦səb·kyü′tā·nē·əs kə′nek·tiv ‚tish·ü]
(histology)
The layer of loose connective tissue beneath the dermis.
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The lesions of the subcutaneous connective tissue consisted of an inflammatory reaction (panniculitis).
Mastocytoma was recorded as solitary, subcutaneous connective tissue tumours, most frequently encountered at mean age of 8.
Cellulitis is defined as a diffuse inflammatory process that spreads along fascial planes and through tissue spaces without gross suppuration where as phlegmon is an acute suppurative inflammation affecting the subcutaneous connective tissue.
The underlying subcutaneous connective tissue was swollen and hyperemic.
In the vessels of the loose subcutaneous connective tissue of the abdominal wall--as well as probably in most of the other vascular regions of the body, except perhaps the central nervous system and the leptomeninges, in which the amount of carbon was always minimal--carbon particles were also easily found (Figs.
The same is true for the pericytes of the capillaries in the inflamed subcutaneous connective tissue of the rabbit.
This technique is performed using the ESI Therapeutic Massager, which reaches the subcutaneous connective tissue.
Fibromas are benign tumors that originate from skin and subcutaneous connective tissue cells called fibroblasts.
Movement of skin causes tearing of subcutaneous connective tissue and leads to formation of a gap that becomes filled with fluid with only a few fibrous elements remaining within the bursa when it is finally formed.
In most cases, emphysema is restricted to the subcutaneous connective tissues of the head and neck.

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