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Fig. 3.2 Superficial Back Line tracks and stations. The shaded area shows where it affects and is affected by the more superficial
fasciae (dermis, adipose, and the deeper fascia profundis).
Fig. 3.3 The Superficial Back Line dissected away from the body
and laid out as a whole. The different sections are labeled, but the
dissection indicates the limitation of thinking solely in anatomical
'parts' in favor of seeing these meridians as functional 'wholes'.
Fig. 3.4 The same specimen laid out on a classroom skeleton to
show how the whole is arrayed. The cadaver was a good deal
taller than the skeleton.