A Skeletal Muscle Twitch Differs from a Tetanic Contraction in That?

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The main difference between a skeletal muscle twitch and tetanic contraction is that twitch occurs only momentarily while tetanic contraction occurs in a prolonged and steady state. Muscle twitch are often experienced in the eye and calf muscle but tetanic contraction are often experienced in serious medical conditions like tetanus. The contractions in muscle twitch are also light while tetanic contraction is characterized by strong contractions.
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