deep cervical fascia

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deep cervical fascia

The fascia of the neck covering the muscles, vessels, and nerves.
See also: fascia
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Unusual omohyoid forms described by Bergman et al include: cleidofascialis, which originates from the middle third of the clavicle and inserts in to the fascia colli (neck); Cleidohyoideus, which originates behind the origin of the cleidomastoid part of sternocleidomastoid and inserts onto the body of the hyoid bone ; and hyofascialis, which originates from the hyoid and inserts into the omosternoclavicular fascia (9).