Skeletal muscle structure, function & plasticity : the physiological basis of rehabilitation / Richard L. Lieber.
Contributor(s): Lieber, Richard L. Skeletal muscle structure and functionPublisher: Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2002Edition: 2nd edDescription: xii, 369 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 0781730619Other title: Skeletal muscle structure, function, and plasticitySubject(s): Striated muscle | Muscle, Skeletal -- anatomy & histology | Muscle, Skeletal -- physiologyDDC classification: 612.7/4 LOC classification: QP 321 | .L62 2002Online resources: Table of contents | Publisher description
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Rev. ed. of: Skeletal muscle structure and function. c1992.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: CHAPTER 1 Skeletal Muscle Anatomy Chapter Overview Educational Objectives Introduction Muscle Development Development of Specific Muscle Fiber Types Skeletal Muscle Cell Microstructure Studies of Muscle Filament and Sarcomere Structure Satellite Cells: Reserves for Injury and Repair Whole Skeletal Muscle Structure Architecture of Human Skeletal Muscles Chapter Summary References CHAPTER 2 Skeletal Muscle Physiology Chapter Overview Educational Objectives Introduction Excitation-Contraction Coupling Temporal Summation Length-Tension Relationship: Isometric Muscle Contraction Force-Velocity Relationship: Isotonic Muscle Contraction Length-Tension-Velocity Relationship The Cross-Bridge Cycle Mechanical Properties of Muscles with Different Architectures Muscle Fiber Types Methods for Typing Muscle Fibers Other Muscle Fiber Classification Schemes Physiologic Properties of Muscle Fiber Types Morphologic Properties of Different Muscle Fiber Types The Motor Unit Motor Unit Recruitment Human Voluntary Motor Unit Recruitment Physiologic Basis of Fatigue The Electromyogram Chapter Summary References CHAPTER 3 The Production of Movement Chapter Overview Educational Objectives Introduction Muscle-Tendon Interaction Joint Moments Muscle-Joint Interaction During Isometric Torque Production Physiological Range of Motion Isokinetic Dynamometers Used in Physical Assessment The Gait Cycle Biomechanics of Biarticular Muscles Gait Cycle Timing at Increased Velocities Energy Expenditure During Gait Muscles as Springs Direct Force and Length Measurements During Locomotion Implications for Physical Therapy Chapter Summary References CHAPTER 4 Skeletal Muscle Adaptation to Increased Use Chapter Overview Educational Objectives Introduction Adaptation to Chronic Electrical Stimulation Adaptation to Chronic Stretch Adaptation to Compensatory Hypertrophy Adaptation to Intermittent Electrical Stimulation Adaptation to Exercise Chapter Summary References CHAPTER 5 Skeletal Muscle Adaptation to Decreased Use Chapter Overview Educational Objectives Introduction Adaptation to Immobilization Remobilization After Immobilization Adaptation to Spinal Cord Transection Adaptation to Hindlimb Unloading Mechanism of Muscle Fiber Atrophy Adaptation to Aging Adaptation to Tenotomy Adaptation to Denervation Muscle Fiber Specificity to Reinnervation Chapter Summary References CHAPTER 6 Skeletal Muscle Response to Injury Chapter Overview Educational Objectives Introduction Morphology of the Degeneration- Regeneration Cycle Muscle Properties After Regeneration Clinical Application to Muscular Dystrophy Muscle Response to Exercise-Induced Injury Chapter Summary References.
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy