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n. pl. fas·ci·ae (f sh - , f sh - ).

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Fascia Iliaca Block
Fascia Iliaca Block. The fascia iliaca is located anterior to the iliacus muscle within the pelvis.
European Fascia Research Project Report
According to Ida Rolf, fascia is a plastic medium capable of a fascial release under our hands, which of the elements in fascia is responding?
Plantar Fascia
The plantar fascia (a.k.
Chapter 34 Fascia and Spaces of the Neck

Suggested News Resources

San Diego Chargers: Will Antonio Gates' Plantar Fascia Ever Heal?
Recurring turf-toe, a twisted ankle and a tear in the plantar fascia of his right foot finally kept Gates out of the game and on the sidelines. Now the 2011 campaign is about to begin and Gates is still not fully recovered.
Metal-Era Updates 3-Part CSI Specification for Fascia, Coping, Eave & Ridge
The new 3-part CSI specification includes all of Metal-Era's fascia and coping systems in its Roof Edge Solutions division and all the eave and ridge vent systems for its Airflow Solutions division.
Man Flown to Hospital After Electrical Shock
Smith says Miller was up on the roof by himself with a piece of aluminum fascia getting ready to put it on the side of the roof, but he turned and the piece of fascia hit the power line, giving him a big shock.
Spy Shots: Audi R8 fascia
Audi R8's new fascia features a new hexagonal grille and a new set of headlights. We have to say that Audi designers have done a commendable job here.
Lexus Teases 2013 GS F Sport and GS 450h
The GS F Sport, on the other hand, undoubtedly will get considerable visual differentiation, judging from the teaser photo released by Lexus, including a new front fascia and bumper, plus exclusive badging.

Suggested Web Resources

Fascia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A fascia is a layer of fibrous tissue that permeates the human body.
Fascia (architecture) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fascia - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
fas·cia. noun \1 & 3 are usually ˈfā-sh(ē-)ə, 2 is usually ˈfa-\. plural fas·ci·ae \- shē-ˌē\ or fas·cias.
What is Fascia?
Aug 11, 2011 Fascia is strong connective tissue found throughout the body. The fascia can create knots or adhesions that may cause severe...
May 30, 2010 A living image of the fascia is essential for thorough osteopathic diagnosis and treatment.

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