Lasagna layers less complex

Skin to deep fascia

The “Lasagna Slice” is one of my favorites for understanding the anatomy and physiology of the connective tissue layers. Hair, sweat, and oil glands are in the epidermis and dermis – our skin. The hypodermis is defined as the area from below the skin to above the deep fascia, and includes the superficial fascia layer as well as nerve / blood / lymphatic vessels and fat. Cupping impacts all of these, as well as multiple body functions because of the autonomic nerves coursing through this corridor. Source unknown.

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