Medial axillar fascia - Fascia axillaris medialis

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General terms > Myology > Muscles of thoracic limb > Medial axillar fascia



The medial axillar fascia is the part of the deep fascia of the thoracic limb that covers the medial muscles of shoulder and under the broadest muscle of the back. It is continuous with the deep fascia of the trunk and continues distally as the brachial fascia.

Text by Antoine Micheau, MD - Copyright IMAIOS


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