perimysium


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perimysium

[‚per·ə′mī·sē·əm]
(anatomy)
The connective tissue sheath enveloping a muscle or a bundle of muscle fibers.
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Light microscopic images of raw and boiled shrimp, focusing mianly on the transverse inner part of the shrimp meat, indicating muscle fibre, endomysium and perimysium, are shown in Fig.
4) In chronic cases, there is new connective tissue deposition in the endomysium and perimysium.
Connective Collagen/Fibroblast fibrils of endomysium or Tissue perimysium, or spindle-shaped nucleus in interstitium.
The normal supraspinatus muscle has a hypoechoic appearance caused by hypoechoic muscle bundles, separated by thin hyperechoic lines, the fibroadipose septae or perimysium.
The pectoralis major appears thick, and overlies pectoralis minor, with a strongly reflective hyperechogenic perimysium separating the two muscles.
The sections stained with picro-sirius permitted the identification of endomysium and perimysium collagen fiber bundles by polarized light microscopy according to the Junqueira et al.
2005) explained that after cooking, the wavy sheet structures of perimysium in BR meat were denatured and formed a soft and compact texture.