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Skeletal Muscle Fibers

packaged into the organs called 'Skeletal muscles' that attach to the body's skeleton.

Skeletal

Attached to bones or (some facial muscles) to skin

Cardiac Muscle

Walls of the heart

Smooth Muscle

Typically in walls of hollow visceral organs (other than heart)

Endomysium

A delicate tissue sheath that encloses muscle tissue

Perimysium

A coarser fibrous membrane that wraps around several sheathed muscle fibers to form a bundle of fibers.

Fascicle

The bundle of fibers created from perimysium

Epimysium

A tougher "overcoat" of connective tissue that bounds many fascicles which covers the entire muscle

Tendons and Aponruroses

tissue that connects muscle to bone

Smooth Muscle

Has no striations and is involuntary.
Found in the walls of hollow visceral organs such as the stomach, urinary bladder, and respiratory passages.

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