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compartmentalization of muscle


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The division of a single muscle into anatomical compartments each of which has its own primary nerve branch. Therefore, each anatomical compartment can be recruited independently and may function as a separate entity (see deltoid muscle).

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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