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  • curprev 01:3301:33, 21 May 2023Bmezine talk contribs 1,806 bytes +1,806 Created page with "<html><div class="mw-content-ltr" dir="ltr" id="mw-content-text" lang="en"><p><b>Fascia</b> are sheets of <b>connective tissue</b>. There are many types of connective tissue. They connect structures and include: blood, marrow, mucous, reticula, loose connective tissue, dense connective tissue (both regular and irregular), cartilage and bone. Fascia is present usually as protective covering, e.g. the covering of the muscles of the thigh: <i>fascia lata</i>. </p><p>Two of..."