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Muscle Dental

Muscle Dental

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Physiology of skeletal muscle for
dental student
By

Dr Yaser Mohamed Ashour
Professor of physiology
Al Azhar Faculty of Medicine

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Skeletal muscle
\u2022The muscle is an excitable tissue.
\u2022It is characterized by its ability to

contract, which allows it to shorten and
generate force following an action
potential.

\u2022The human body contains three types
of muscles:
\u2022(1) Skeletal
\u2022(2) cardiac
\u2022(3) smooth
Movements
of contents
Movement
of blood
Movement of
joints
Function
In the wall
of viscera
In the wall
of the heart
Attached to
skeleton
Location
autonomic
autonomic
somatic
Nerve
supply
plane
striated
striated
Cross
striations
involuntary
involuntary
voluntary
Control
Smooth
Cardiac
Skeletal

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