September 2011
Clujul Medical;Sep2011 Supplement, p148
Academic Journal
Aim: The aim of this work, as a part of a larger scientific work, is to study the endothoracic fascial components from a structural, histological and imunohistochemical poin of view. Material an method: there performed disections/autopsies on 12 foetuses (intrauterine age between 4-6 month) and 4 adult corps at the Bihor County Forensic Medicine Departament and at the Anatomy Departament of The Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Oradea. Fragments of fascial structures have been studied using histology and imunohistochemistry methods. Results: it was obseved different disposition and proportion of connective components in adults and foetuses and regional specific characteristics of the fascial structures. Conclusion: Fascial structures have an active function in the muscular structures dynamic.


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