Regional Anatomy/Lesson 5

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Introduction to Regional Anatomy - Lesson 5
The Facial Compartments and Potential Spaces of the Human Body

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Introduction to Regional Anatomy
Lesson: Lesson 5
Level: Undergraduate
Suggested Prerequisites: no prerequisites
Time Investment: 5mins
Assessment Methods: Quiz
Portal: Science
School: Biology/Medicine
Division: Anatomy
Department: Regional Anatomy
Lesson Coordinator: =Benjamin= (talk)


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Fascia are the wrapping, packaging and insulating tissues found within deeper structures of the body. The superficial fascia (subcutaneous fascia) is found just below the skin (cutaneous layer).

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