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Inj to MuscleTissues

Injuries to Muscle Tissues

three types of muscle tissue skeletal, smooth, and cardiadc
smooth tissue organs
cardiac tissue heart
skeletal tissue biceps
tendon muscle to bone
fascia fibrous membrane that covers supports and seperates muscles
atrophy loss of muscle tone
muscle strain an over stretching or tearing to the muscle and or adjacent tissues; a pulled muslce
mild strain muslce spasms, point tenderness ice and ace wrap
moderate strain snapping or tearing sound can be heard when it occurs, discoloration ice
severe strain complete rupture of the tendon tissue, surgery
myositis ossificans A condition in which bone forms in and replaces muscle tissue as a result of trauma, calcium is produced in the muscle after a blow : use girth measurements to check spelling
Created by: Imari Wright