Medical Terminology
Muscular System
Heart

What kind of muscle makes your heart?

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2014-08-20 18:44:54
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You call it as cardiac muscles. The muscle fibers contract rhythmically. The muscle fibers are attached to each other end to end. This facilitates the conduction of the impulse. The muscle fiber can be stimulated to give you contraction of the the same.

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