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Skin-epidermis, dermis, cutaneous anatomy

Skin-epidermis, dermis, cutaneous anatomy

 

Skin-epidermis, dermis, cutaneous anatomy
Image Number: 225-001
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Title: Skin-epidermis, dermis, cutaneous anatomy
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Image Description:  Skin diagram of the anatomy of the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue with hair follicles, glands, arteries, veins and nerves. This image also shows sebaceous glands and sweat glands. This image would be appropriate for explaining burn injury. This illustration would be useful in describing split thickness skin grafting, STSG, and full thickness skin grafting, FTSG.

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