A rare condition, it is a bacterial infection that tears through the body's fascia, destroying all tissue in its path.
Each muscle I sutured by itself with catgut, making a separate series of continuous suturing of the fascia lata and skin.
But the fascia is the ground in which all causes of death do the destruction of life.
Previous to death by general swelling of system, a watery swelling of fascia and lymphatics, even to those of nerve fibers.
It looks like an atom of white fibrin or detached particle of fascia.
This division may also have arisen from the fascia covering the temporal opening (Romer and Price, 1940:53).
This life is surely too short to solve the uses of the fascia in animal forms.
An alternative method is to implant a plate of celluloid, silver or other metal, or a portion of the fascia lata, in the gap.
He of all men should know more of the fascia, and when disease is local or general.
Suppuration may also take place beneath the fascia of the tendons.
fascia fas·ci·a (fāsh'ē-ə)
n. pl. fas·ci·ae (fāsh'ē-ē', fā'shē-ē)
A sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue enveloping, separating, or binding together muscles, organs, and other soft structures of the body.