from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Located or placed beneath the skin; subcutaneous.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Beneath the skin; hypodermal; subcutaneous.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective just below the
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Since the monitor will be in such close proximity to these subdermal sensors, the readings should be far more accurate than with wearable monitors.
The implant, called Implanon, the only such subdermal contraceptive available in the UK, has been used by thousands of women over the past 11 years.
Implanon is the only subdermal contraceptive available in the UK, and is used by thousands of women.
The basis for successful use of Implanon is a correct and carefully performed subdermal insertion of the implant in accordance with the product instructions.
Perhaps along the line of those subdermal thingies vets use.
When applied to the skin, glutathione, via the phospholipid carrier, is able to penetrate various levels, reaching into the deep dermis and finally into the subdermal microvasculature, or the small blood vessels under the skin.
In this carrier system, they are able to penetrate all layers of the skin, reaching the subdermal vasculature, where they enter the bloodstream and circulate throughout the body.
No, no, no and no on the subdermal national ID, Brian.
I'll have some free fiction for you guys tomorrow, and the Fairyland audio will go up tonight--we just ran out of time with having to go to Boston to have my angry subdermal piercing removed.
My subdermal piercing jewel just popped off and the screw promptly vanished under my skin.