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Default Superficial Fascia of the Anterior Abdominal Wall

I have trouble remembering this one.
2 layers of abdominal wall below the umbilicus

1. Camper (fatty). here liposuction is performed
2. Scarpa (membranous) (continues to Coles' and Dartos fascia of scrotum)


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