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ClinicalCorrelate Infection withinthepotential between thefascial spaces planes poorly to responds because the treatment antibiotic avascular. spaces areessentially usually therefore Treatment of involves thee$ablishment of theaffected external drainage between the area. Thespace fascial alarandprevertebral (danger is layers space') withthe continuous infection can mediastinum; pass intothe therefore potentially media$inum, resulting ina fatalpericarditis. 59 Musculoskeletal System, Connective Tissue, andlntegument 4.

The bregma is the point at which the coronal suture intersects the sagittal suture and is the site of the anterior fontanelle in an infant. 5. The lambda is the point at which the sagittal suture intersectsthe lambdoid suture and is the site of the posterior fontanelle in an infant. 6. The pterion is the point on the lateral aspect of the skull where the greater wing of the sphenoid,parietal,frontal, and temporal bones converge. 7. The temporomandibular joint is betweenthe mandibular fossaof the temporal bone and the condylar head of the mandible.

The superficial palmar arch is derived mainly from the ulnar artery. b. The deep palmar arch is derived mainly from the radial artery. TOWER IIMB A. The thigh is the region extending from the inguinal ligament to the knee. The thigh is surrounded by a denselayer of deep investing fascia,called the fascialata. Fibrous septa divide the thigh into three compartments:anterior, medial, and posterior. Osteology of the lower limb: hip, thigh, and knee. 57 Tissue, andIntegument Connective System, Musculoskeletal I.

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