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fas·ci·al

(fash'ē-ăl), Do not confuse this word with facial or faucial.
Relating to any fascia.

fas·ci·al

(fash'ē-ăl)
Relating to any fascia.

fas·ci·al

(fash'ē-ăl) Do not confuse this word with facial or faucial.
Relating to any fascia.
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P Li, "Deep fascial hyperintensity in soft-tissue abnormalities as revealed by T2-weighted MR imaging," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
It is attributed to a penetrating injury or a herniation caused by overexertion or trauma of fascial muscle.
With regard to the musculoskeletal system and the word "fascia," the medical community may be more familiar with terms such as the plantar fascia, tensor fascia lata, and the deep fascial compartments of the lower limb.
Delayed primary fascial closure (DPFC) referred to the ability to achieve fascial closure during the initial hospital stay [11].
(7) The majority of surgeons agree that a watertight closure of the fascia is necessary to prevent pseudomeningocele; however, newer, minimally-invasive techniques, which utilize smaller fascial incisions, have made watertight fascial closures less critical.
The American Council on Exercise recommends that the warm-up phase also include some fascial training to properly prepare the body for activity.
The characteristic presentation of such a hernia is a local mass visible at the level of the fascial defect, which becomes more prominent in the weight-bearing position or resisted dorsiflexion of the ankle (2,5,8,10).
Necrotizing fasciitis is characterized by involvement of the superficial and deep fascial planes and muscles that can spread to the mediastinum.
Necrotizing fasciitis is a lethal soft tissue infection characterised by rapidly progressive inflammation and necrosis of the subcutaneous fascial tissues.
While the pain is most likely periosteal in origin, it may also involve the various fascial and muscular attachments to the iliac crest.
I feel passionate about the link; the link between motor deficits such as in musculoskeletal or neuromuscular impairments and the links to the more physiologic based systems, cardiovascular/pulmonary, integument/ fascial, and the internal organs systems.