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Deepest layer of epidermis Stratum Basale
2nd deepest layer of epidermis Stratum Spinosum
Thickest layer in thick skin stratum granulosum
Layer Only in thick skin stratum lucidum
dead sacs of keratin flaking off stratum corneum
deepest layer of skin hypodermis
mid layer of skin dermis
superficial layer of skin epidermis
2 layers of Dermis Papillary layer and reticular layer
1st degree burn confined to epidermis
2nd degree burn papillary layer of dermis
3rd degree burn penetrated full thickness of epidermis
Sweat Glands Sudoferious
3 sweat glands eccrine sebaceous and apocrine
location of apocrin armpit and groin
location of eccrine glands palms, soles of feet and forehead
Sebaceous glands that secrete oil into hair follicle
Arrector Pilla causes goosebumps
Additional layer in thick skin Stratum Lucidum
thicker layer in thick skin stratum corneum
Mammary Glands modified apocrine glands
Meissner's Corpuscle fine touch
Pacinian Corpuscles pressure touch
Created by: worthkc