Tuesday, July 15, 2008

- layers of the scalp.

Scalp is composed of five layers arranged  from outward inward in the manner
" S C A L P "

- Skin:

The skin of the scalp is thick and hair bearing and contains numerous sebaceous glands.

-Connective tissue (superficial fascia):

The superficial fascia is a fibro fatty layer that connects skin to the underlying aponeurosis of the occipitofrontalis muscle and provides a passageway for nerves and blood vessels.

- Aponeurosis (galia aponeurotica):- Sheet like tendon of occipitofrontalis muscle .

-Loose areolar tissue (subglial) .

-Pericranium (periosteum):- Dense fibrous tissue.

Enjoy it, see you,

Dr Ibrahim.

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