Striated muscle

The cross striations of striated or skeletal muscles are seen in higher magnification.

Differential diagnosis: Teased nerve (with distinct nodes of Ranvier) and tendons (without cross striations) can be confused with striated muscle fibers.


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   Striated muscle

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