involuntary muscle(redirected from Involuntary muscles)
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involuntary muscle[in′väl·ən‚ter·ē ′məs·əl]
Muscle not under the control of the will; usually consists of smooth muscle tissue and lies within a vescus, or is associated with skin.
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