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In this film, J.C. Guimberteau, a surgeon and scientist, and J.P. Delage, a scientist,
show that the muscle is a contractile structure fully inserted into the network of the multi-fibrillar system already described as being beneath and within the skin, and not separate from it. From the anatomical point of view,
they believe that there is no break in continuity, and that all tissue sheaths around or in the muscle - epimysium, perimysium or endomysium - are in fact, one unique framing tissue in continuity with sliding tissues within which the organs are embedded. In actuality the muscular cells are set inside this microfibrillar, dispersed-patterned architecture.
This videofilm is in the direct stream of: "Strolling under the skin" and "The Skin excursion".
Through this movie , the authors, a surgeon J.C.GUIMBERTEAU and a the scientist J.P. DELAGE want to prove the fact that a muscle is a contractile structure completely included in the meshwork of the multifibrillar system already described under the skin and inside the skin and not a side one.
On the anatomical point of view, they think that there is no tissular discontinuity and all the sheaths around or inside the muscle, epimysium, perimysium or endomysium are, in fact, one unique framing tissue in continuity with sliding tissues embedding organs.
Actually, muscular cells are set inside this microfibrillar and dispersed pattern, architecture.
Jean-Claude Guimberteau was born in 1947. He is co-founder and scientific director of the Institut Aquitain de la Main. He is a member of the French Surgery Academy and Director of Research a the "Société Française de Chirurgie Plastique Reconstructrice et Esthétique."
Video Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjMpaRfjOmc