epimysium


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epimysium

[‚ep·ə′mī·sē·əm]
(anatomy)
The connective-tissue sheath surrounding a skeletal muscle.
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To overcome the issues of muscle autografts, a rolling epimysium conduit that contains a few muscle fibres was recommended.
Note the structural integrity of the medial gastrocnemius (MG) epimysium and of the soleus (SL), indicated by the arrows, and the absence of intramuscular edema.
Good experimental evidence shows that perimysium and epimysium are capable in some circumstances to act as pathways for myofascial force transmission.
To help explain muscle structure, have a bunch of pencils and plastic wrap to make the endomysium, perimysium, and epimysium.
No count: Space, nerve, artifact, epimysium, wall or lumen of vessel larger than capillary.