"Each cardiac muscle is like a Russian doll where division into smaller units always seems to be possible. The muscle itself is composed of a large number of muscle cells called muscle fibres or myocytes. In turn each muscle fibre is built up by many myofibrils, a cylindrical structure often as long as the muscle itself."
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