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A span of yellow superficial fascia at belly differentiated and held up from deep fascia.
Yellow superficial fascia reflected and showing its fuzzy relationship to deep fascia.
Yellow superficial fascia at belly differentiated and backlit.
Cleared fibrous white deep fascia of ilio tibial band.
Many picture this when they think of "fascia," but there are many types.
Deep fascia over quadiceps femoris aka fascia lata (often mis-spelled fascia latta).
Fascia lata cut and reflected showing its fuzzy relationship to epimysium of quadriceps femoris.
Silvery fibrous sliding surfaces of rectus femoris and vastus lateralis.
Transversalis fascia and respiratory diaphragm reflected revealing whole peritoneum.
Entire superficial fascia of female form off body as autonomous organ.
Textured surface of canteloupe melon on cutting board.
Inverted skin showing texture of underside of skin close up.
Opened transverse and sagittal sinuses of dura demonstrated in situ.
The thoracic duct presented over the fingertips of blue-gloved hands in situ.
Example in situ of human cadaver with right lung demonstrating five lobes.
Brain and spinal cord with dural membranes still intact, held aloft and viewed posteriorly.