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Cervical Fasciae
Connective Tissue

Cervical Fasciae

Fasciae cervicales

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Description

The cervical fascia is the investing fascia of the neck. It can be divided into superficial and deep investing layers, visceral cervical fascia, fascia that surrounds the infrahyoid muscle, and the carotid sheath. The cervical fascia surrounds the structures in the neck and is often used to define potential spaces in the neck.

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