Muscle Injury Sprains

While the most common muscle disorders are caused when an injury is followed by a lack of blood supply to a muscle, including the heart, there are a number of other, more rare, muscle ailments. Muscle disorders, such as tears or sprains, are very common and cause bleeding into muscle tissue. Healing leads to the formation of a scar in the muscle, which shortens its natural length. Blunt muscle injuries may result in hematoma formation from bleeding into the interior muscles.

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