Muscular System

Structure

Muscles- The muscles support daily functions and maintain posture and circular blood as well as substances throughout the body.

Types of Muscles

Skeletal: Only voluntary muscle tissue in the human body. Every function performed requires that skeletal. A responsibility for the muscle is to contract the body parts closer to the bone that the muscle is attached to.

Smooth (Visceral): Only found inside of organs like the stomach, intestines, and blood vessels. Weakest muscle tissue and is controlled by many parts of the body that make it function which is the unconscious part of the human brain known as the involuntary muscle.

Cardiac: Located inside the heart. This type of muscle has a function to pump blood throughout the body. The tissue inside the cardiac cannot be functioned or controlled so it is an involuntary muscle.

Major Functions

-Muscles help you move and function for everyday life.

-The muscles also contract and lengthen.

Problems Associated with the System

Many muscle disorders include inflammatory myopathies, in addition to polymyositis which is called inflammation.

The main junction disorder is myasthenia gravis which is characterized by organizing degrees of the skeletal muscles.

Motor neuron disorders have many impacts