The strands of skeletal muscle we see in diagrams are actually muscle tissue wrapped in fasciae, made from a collagen-based material, that provides connective tissue for the muscle much as joints use tendons and ligaments. While the fascia helps the muscle do its job, the interaction between it and the muscle tissue can produce pain and difficulty using the muscle.
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