Studying the Anatomy of a muscle for your Level 3 A & P Exam can be daunting.
Your study manual presents you with a super complex looking image, and then explains a russian dolls approach whereby a lot of long words all fit within each other, to make up a muscle. It seems impossible that all of these layers could even fit in each muscle…
But they do all fit into one muscle, so let’s break it down and give you a few real quick simple tricks for remember in the anatomy of the muscle – and for remembering the difference between epimysium, perimysium, and endomysium!
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The Anatomy of A Muscle
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