Musculoskeletal physiology

Musculoskeletal physiology

Musculoskeletal physiology is the branch of physiology which addresses the processes of musculoskeletal system.[1]

In subclassifying musculoskeletal physiology, MeSH emphasizes the division between "phenomena" and "processes". It is also possible to emphasize the division between processes primarily affecting bone, and those primarily affecting muscle.

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