Is the cervical fascia an anatomical proteus?

@article{Natale2015IsTC,
  title={Is the cervical fascia an anatomical proteus?},
  author={Gianfranco Natale and Sara Condino and A. Stecco and Paola Soldani and Monica Mattioli Belmonte and Marco Gesi},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2015},
  volume={37},
  pages={1119-1127}
}
The cervical fasciae have always represented a matter of debate. Indeed, in the literature, it is quite impossible to find two authors reporting the same description of the neck fascia. In the present review, a historical background was outlined, confirming that the Malgaigne’s definition of the cervical fascia as an anatomical Proteus is widely justified. In an attempt to provide an essential and a more comprehensive classification, a fixed pattern of description of cervical fasciae is… CONTINUE READING
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