perimysial


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per·i·mys·i·al

(per'i-mis'ē-ăl, -miz'ē-ăl),
Relating to the perimysium; surrounding a muscle.

per·i·mys·i·al

(per'i-mis'ē-ăl)
Relating to the perimysium; surrounding a muscle.

perimysial

(pĕr-ĭ-mĭs′ē-ăl)
Concerning, or of the nature of, the fibrous sheath of a muscle.
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Loiselle, "3-Dimensional configuration of perimysial collagen fibres in rat cardiac muscle at resting and extended sarcomere lengths," The Journal of Physiology, vol.
Qualitative analysis of the gastrocnemius muscle revealed changes in the shape of muscle fibers of the group GF as atrophic, hypertrophic, polymorphic, rounded and angular fibers; increase of endomysial and perimysial tissue was also observed, and fibers in the process of phagocytosis and necrosis.
The strength and stiffness of perimysial connective tissue isolated from cooked beef muscle.
The thickened endomysial and perimysial connective tissues, particularly in the birds with carcass weight above 2.5 kg, may explain the increased total collagen content in the defective samples.
Most marbling fat is deposited between muscle fibre bundles in the perimysial connective tissue in beef cattle [4].