What is Subdermis

The subdermis or also known as the hypodermis is the last layer of the skin. The subdermis lies beneath the dermis and functions to attach the skin to the underlying bone and muscle tissues supplying it with blood vessels and nerves. The subdermis main function is to store fat. The fats serve as a padding and insulation for the body. Generally, the subdermis contains loosely arranged elastic fibers, fibrous bands that anchor the skin to the deep fascia, fats, blood vessels on the route to the dermis, lymphatic vessels on the route to the dermis, hair follicle roots, glandular part of some sudiferous glands, nerves, bursae and fine flat sheets of muscles in certain locations

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