(Greek: force, strength; seat of strength; muscle, sinew; fibrous vessel in a muscle)
An undifferentiated connective tissue cell.
A substance once believed to be present in muscles that breaks down to form lactic acid and carbon dioxide and releases energy for contraction.
Fibrous tissue formation.
Derived from or producing fibrous tissue.
The matrix, or ground substance, of fibrous connective tissue.
An inflammatory reaction involving a fibrous membrane.
Fibroma (non-malignant tumor of connective tissue).
An arcane diagnostic method based on the examination of the fibrous or fibrinous elements of specimens; such as, sputum, tissues, effusion fluids, and clotted blood.
An inflammatory process involving fibrous tissue.
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