noun (pl) -pies
a cosmetic procedure in which minute doses of medication, vitamins, etc, are injected repeatedly into the mesodermal tissue under the skin to promote fat loss

an alternative medicine treatment of injecting chemicals just under the skin to stimulate or break down tissues in the mesoderm
Word Origin

Gk mesos ‘middle’ + therapeia fr therapeuein ‘treat medically’
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