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- n. a layer of connective tissue which surrounds individual muscle fibers
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The delicate bands of connective tissue interspersed among muscular fibers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In anatomy, the areolar tissue between the fibers of the fasciculi of muscles.
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The good news: "By following these subjects longitudinally, it has been seen that not only do the anti-gliadin antibodies and anti-endomysium antibodies disappear after 3 to 6 months of a gluten-free diet, but so do the organ-specific autoantibodies."
The capillaries of striped muscle are very abundant, and form a sort of rectangular network, the branches of which run longitudinally in the endomysium between the muscular fibers, and are joined at short intervals by transverse anastomosing branches.
Each fasciculus is made up of a strand of fibers, which also run parallel with each other, and are separated from one another by a delicate connective tissue derived from the perimysium and termed endomysium.
The disease can be diagnosed using blood tests that measure the amount of immunoglobulin that binds to the proteins gliadin and endomysium.
Collagenous - collagen fiber predominates Depending on the amount of collagen fiber - subdivided into: a. Loose - also called as "Areolar tissue" - with numerous potential spaces which can be distended by fluid, blood or pus; found in the papillary layer of dermis, hypodermis, serosal linings of the peritoneal and pleural cavities, pia mater of spinal cord, endomysium of muscles, endoneurium of nerves b.
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