Ringbinder Fibers | definition of Ringbinder Fibers by Medical dictionary
Ring Fiber (redirected from Ringbinder Fibers)
A peripheral myofilament that is reoriented and encircles the other myofibres of the same bundle; there are thus central, longitudinal fibres, surrounded by fibres, which to some eyes, mimic the back of a ‘spiral’ notebook; these fibres show no evidence of phagocytosis nor regeneration and are a subtle, albeit non-specific histological marker which may be seen in myotonic dystrophy
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