fibrillary contractions

fi·bril·lar·y con·trac·tions

contractions occurring spontaneously in individual muscle fibers; they are seen commonly a few days after damage to the motor nerves supplying the muscle; distinguished from fasciculation, which is related to activation of motor units.
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fi·bril·lar·y con·trac·tions

(fībri-lar-ē kŏn-trakshŭnz)
Contractions occurring spontaneously in individual muscle fibers.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

fi·bril·lar·y con·trac·tions

(fībri-lar-ē kŏn-trakshŭnz)
Contractions occurring spontaneously in individual muscle fibers; commonly seen a few days after damage to the motor nerves supplying the muscle.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012