I seriously doubt that, Jonathan, it has to do with pathological cases alone.
Agreed, and I didn't mean to misrepresent Gil's idea:
"What is not correct in The Fuzz Speech is the impression that it gives that "the fuzz" does not belong there. The fuzz does belong there. [in locations where it is most often observed]"
But he claimed to occaisionally see it ectopically in cases of pathology, which is why I said that. I just meant, if you have interest in pathology this might be of more interest than if you have interest in internal MA.
Great fascia research link, thanks!