I just got through looking at a detailed drawing of the human body and was surprised to see all the locations where the loose connective tissue could be found. It is kind of like pieces of mesh and wraps around blood vessels, nerves, muscles, organs and layers of skin.
The loose connective tissues provides salt, water, and nutrients to the cells located nearby. The tissues provide a place for getting rid of toxins and waste from cells.
I wonder how surgeons can get around all this loose connective tissue to get to the body part they need to fix?