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A sheet of adipose tissue forming part of the superficial fascia in many regions of the body.
Early 18th century; earliest use found in Blankaart's Physical Dictionary. From scientific Latin panniculus adiposus from post-classical Latin panniculus + adiposus.
panniculus adiposus/pəˌnɪkjʊləs adɪˈpəʊzəs//pəˌnɪkjʊləs adɪˈpəʊsəs/
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