muscular fascia

muscular fascia

[TA]
fascia directly associated with specific muscles, either as a specific layer of muscles (often derived from a common embryologic sheet)-the investing fascia - or as the fascia of individual muscles.
Synonym(s): fascia musculorum [TA]
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They were all subcutaneous and superficial to the muscular fascia.
Congenital causes may be due to general weakness in muscular fascia (mesodermal insufficiency) or occur at sites of perforating nerves and vessels.
They usually occur within the abdominal cavity and retroperitoneum, although it may also be found in the subcutis and muscular fascia.
In addition to providing accurate anatomical location of the lesions, Computed Tomography (CT) scan can also provide valuable information about the extent of the disease in the preosseous stages, which may manifest as swelling and edema of the muscular fascia planes and muscular bundles.
7) Microscopic examination of OCI myodural tissues stained with hematoxylin and eosin showed the connective tissue emanating from the ventral OCI muscular fascia and inserted directly into the posterolateral aspect of the cervical dura mater.
Complete excision was confirmed by dissection to muscular fascia.
Superficial" is defined as lack of any involvement of the superficial investing muscular fascia in extremity or trunk lesions.
Tumor is located entirely in the subcutaneous tissues without any involvement of the muscular fascia.
1a), muscular fascia, veins and superficial nerves (Fig.
16-17,37-38) Collagen provides resistance to tension and stretch, which commonly occur in fascial tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, sheaths, muscular fascia and deeper fascial sub-layers.

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