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Subcutaneous Tissue Mechanical Behavior is Linear and Viscoelastic Under Uniaxial Tension
Connective Tissue Research
Subcutaneous tissue is part of a bodywide network of "loose" connective tissue including interstitial connective tissues separating muscles and surrounding all nerves and blood vessels. Despite its ubiquitous presence in the body and its potential importance in a variety of therapies utilizing mechanical stretch, as well as normal movement and exercise, very little is known about loose connective tissue's biomechanical behavior. This study aimed to determine elastic and viscoelastic mechanicaldoi:10.1080/03008200390244069 pmid:14660091 fatcat:ukhprfuj2vbebcek5v6h3x4lvq