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SKELETAL MUSCLE Shape and fibre architecture It is possible to classify muscles based on their general shape and the predominant orientation of their fibres relative to the direction of pull (Fig. 5.36). Muscles with fibres that are largely parallel to the line of pull vary in form from flat, short and quadrilateral (e.g. thyrohyoid) to […]

Goldman: Cecil Medicine, 23rd ed. Copyright © 2007 Saunders, An Imprint of Elsevier Chapter 224 – DISORDERS OF PHENYLALANINE AND TYROSINE METABOLISM Stephen D. Cederbaum Until recently, the inclusion of any disorder of phenylalanine or tyrosine metabolism, except for alkaptonuria, in a textbook of internal medicine would have been considered unnecessary. However, the striking success of treatment for […]

Goldman: Cecil Medicine, 23rd ed. Copyright © 2007 Saunders, An Imprint of Elsevier Chapter 447 – MUSCLE DISEASES Richard J. Barohn APPROACH TO MUSCLE DISEASES Definition Diseases of skeletal muscle, termed myopathies, are disorders in which there is a primary structural or functional impairment of muscle. Myopathies therefore do not include diseases of the central nervous system (CNS), […]

Figure 3-8. Relation of the T tubule (TT) to the sarcoplasmic reticulum in Ca2+ transport. In skeletal muscle, the voltage-gated dihydropyridine receptor in the T tubule triggers Ca2+ release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) via the ryanodine receptor. (After Takeshima. Modified from Zigmond MJ et al [editors]: Fundamental Neuroscience. Academic Press, 1999.)

Chapter 7 Head P.821 P.822 OVERVIEW The head is the superior part of the body that is attached to the trunk by the neck. It is the control and communications center as well as the “loading dock” for the body. It houses the brain and, therefore, is the site of our consciousness: ideas, creativity, imagination, […]

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