|Gray's||subject #122 436|
The pectoral fascia is very thin over the upper part of the Pectoralis major, but thicker in the interval between it and the Latissimus dorsi, where it closes in the axillary space and forms the axillary fascia.
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General anatomy of upper limbs
|Arm||Axilla • Axillary sheath • axillary folds (Anterior, Posterior) fascia (Axillary, Brachial) - intermuscular septa (Lateral, Medial)|
|Forearm||Cubital fossa (Bicipital aponeurosis) • Cubital tunnel • common tendons (Extensor, Flexor) • Interosseous membrane of the forearm fascia (Antebrachial fascia)|
|Hand||posterior: Extensor retinaculum • Extensor expansion • Vincula tendina • Anatomical snuff box Finger|
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