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Fascia at Every Level Video Endoscopy Shows Fibrillary Tissue Up Close By Jean-Claude Guimberteau, MD Photos courtesy Jean-Claude Guimberteau, MD, Handspring Publishing. Fascia is a fibrillar tissue that extends into every area of the body, at every level. There is total fibrillary chaos, and this fibrillary chaos is found in every nook and cranny in our bodies. digital extra digital extra In the abdominal area near the rectus abdominis muscle (10x). In the dorsal area, beneath the latissimus dorsi muscle (10x). Between the breast and the pectoralis major muscle (5x). In the scalp (5x). In the region of the hamstring muscles in the leg (5x). In the extensor tendons in the hand (10x).

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