Fascial spaces are potential spaces that exist between the fasciae and underlying organs and other tissues. In health, these spaces do not exist; they are only.
Head and neck fascia and compartments: No space for spaces. Alice K. Guidera, BSc, MBChB,1* Patrick J. D. Dawes, MBChB, FRCS,1 Amy.
The fascia of the head and neck is composed of loose fibrous connective tissue envelopes and may be divided into the superficial and deep.
SPACES OF HEAD AND NECK. 1. SPACES OF HEAD AND NECK; 2. INTRODUCTION ANATOMY DEFINITION FASCIA CLASSIFICATION OF.
The fascial spaces in head and neck are the potential spaces between the various layers of fascia normally filled with loose connective tissue.