Mechanoreceptors in Irradiated Traumatized Skeletal Muscle under Stimulated Regeneration
The recovery process in the skeletal muscle after injury provides information about tissue interactions in the whole organism. As a result of disturbances of tissue regulations in muscles irradiated with X-rays the process of posttraumatic regeneration is suppressed considerably. It was shown in the laboratory of A.N. Studitsky that the condition of skeletal muscle plays an important role for increasing its regenerative ability and radioresistance (Studitsky and Popova, 1962; Popova, 1963, 1964, 1971, 1984). The role of sensory innervation in the regulation of plastic processes in the muscle is considerable (Zhenevskaya, 1974).
KeywordsSkeletal Muscle Muscle Spindle Distal Stump Sensory Innervation Motor Endplate
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