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Figure 3: Subcutaneous layer: (a) SR, subcutaneous layer (solid line) above the 12th rib tip; (b) SL, subcutaneous layer (solid line) above the iliac crest; (c) SR.cog, subcutaneous layer (solid line) above the 12th rib tip measured on the straight line to the centre of gravity (square with dotted auxiliary line); (d) S.cog–lat, subcutaneous layer (solid line) between the center of gravity (square with dotted auxiliary line) and the lateral border of the body, at the level of the 12th rib tip

Figure 3: Subcutaneous layer: (a) SR, subcutaneous layer (solid line) above the 12<sup>th</sup> rib tip; (b) SL, subcutaneous layer (solid line) above the iliac crest; (c) SR.cog, subcutaneous layer (solid line) above the 12<sup>th</sup> rib tip measured on the straight line to the centre of gravity (square with dotted auxiliary line); (d) S.cog–lat, subcutaneous layer (solid line) between the center of gravity (square with dotted auxiliary line) and the lateral border of the body, at the level of the 12<sup>th</sup> rib tip