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What Is the Function of the Myocardium?

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The main function of myocardium is to arouse the heart retrenchments to pump blood from the ventricles. It also lightens up the heart to allow the atria to receive blood. Myocardium is the muscular middle layer of the wall of the heart.
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The thick middle layer of the heart that forms the bulk of the heart wall and contracts as the organ beats.
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Epicardium is the outer protective layer, myocardium is the muscle layer which contracts and allows the pumping of blood. The endocardium is the smooth inner lining of the heart which
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