Definition of Perimysia
1. perimysium [n] - See also: perimysium
Lexicographical Neighbors of Perimysia
Literary usage of Perimysia
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Popular Science Monthly (1912)
"... or perimysia; the walls of the blood-vessels and of the intestine and other hollow viscera consist of several distinct concentric layers. ..."
2. Appletons' Popular Science Monthly by William Jay Youmans (1896)
"muscles; the internal and external coverings of the bundles of muscular fibers (perimysia) were infiltrated with blood, and also the fascia or covering ..."
3. Manual Therapeutics, a Treatise on Massage: Its History, Mode of Application by Douglas Graham (1902)
"(perimysia) were infiltrated with blood, and also the fascia or covering outside of this. The transverse markings of the muscular fibres ..."
4. Human Histology in Its Relations to Descriptive Anatomy, Physiology, and by Edmund Randolph Peaslee (1857)
"The arterial trunks reach the muscles in an oblique or transverse direction, and then subdividing, run in the perimysia interna in an arborescent manner, ..."
5. A Text-book of Histology and Microscopic Anatomy of the Human Body by Ladislaus Szymonowicz, John Bruce MacCallum (1902)
"... secondary bundles, to join finally with the perimysia interna to make up a continuous connective-tissue framework. The parts of this framework ..."
6. Elements of Human Physiology by Ludimar Hermann (1875)
"... connective-tissue (fasciae) ; and internally they are divided up into numerous longitudinal bundle? by septa of a finer connective-tissue (perimysia). ..."