deep fascia


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deep fascia

[′dēp ′fā·shə]
(anatomy)
The fibrous tissue between muscles and forming the sheaths of muscles, or investing other deep, definitive structures, as nerves and blood vessels.
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For example, subcutaneous tissue can slide over deep fascia, and muscles can slide because of an interface between the deep fascia and epimysium [8].
It occurs most frequently in the deep fascia and skeletal muscles of the extremities, abdominal cavity, and retroperitoneum.
1 mm and the average pedicle length from the deep fascia is 23 [+ or -] 11 mm; and (iv) the average cutaneous vascular territory for the superior gluteal artery is 69 [+ or -] 56 [cm.
Complicated SSTIs may involve the subcutaneous tissue, deep fascia and muscle.
Blood from the tissues superficial to the deep fascia returns via the long and short saphenous veins.
The fundiform ligament contributes to the deep fascia of the penis in the midline (8).
Consequently the site of the midbelly trigger point (Chaitow and Walker DeLany 2002, Travell and Simons 1999) is buried deep beneath skin, subcutaneous tissue, deep fascia, the gastrocnemius muscle and the overlying dense fascia of the popliteus muscle (Figure 5).
The deep fascia is new, as are the centre console and instrumentation, while there are satisfying amendments to the switchgear.
Understated black trim with deep fascia to a rather large Californian-style rear end, this is pretty car which will look so at home on the harbourside at Puerto Banus.
Relative sparing of the skin and underlying muscle by a subcutaneous soft tissue infection and destruction of the superficial and often of the deep fascia are its characteristics.
Seats were deeply shaped and comfortable with reasonably good adjustment, although a short driver complained about the deep fascia hitting knees if the seat was close to the steering column.