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Definition of: fascia

(fashē·ə) noun plural ·ci·ae (-i.ē)
1. Anat. Condensed connective tissue forming sheets or layers, for the investment of organs or the insertion of muscles.
2. Archit. A flat member or broad volute; a jutting brick course in any story of a building except the uppermost. See illustration under ENTABLATURE.
3. Something that binds together, as a fillet; a band.
4. A bandage.
5. A distinct band of color, as in certain plants and animals. [<L, a band]
—fas′·ci·al
adjective

Most often used phrases:

front fascia
transverse fascia
deep fascia
fascia lata
superficial fascia
rear fascia
plantar fascia
metallic fascia
cervical fascia
transversalis fascia
pelvic fascia
prevertebral fascia
inferior fascia
temporal fascia
fascia covering

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"fascia" has the frequency of use of 0.0002% on en.wikipedia.org.

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