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Stratum Corneum Stratum Lucidum Stratum Granulosum Stratum Spinosum Stratum Basale
C= stratum corneum G= stratum granulosum S= stratum spinosum B= stratum basale
Thick Skin C= stratum corneum, G= stratum granulosum, S= stratum spinosum, B= stratum basale
L= Langerhans cells, C=dendritic process of Langerhans cell
PD= papillary layer of dermis RD= Reticular layer of dermis BV= Blood vessels
Papillary Layer of Dermis Reticular Layer of Dermis
A=arterioles in dermis
Hypodermis Blood vessels Adipose
S= sebaceous gland, A= arrector pili, G= blood vessels, F= hair follicle
F= hair follicle, A= apocrine sweat glands
Hair Bulb G= glassy membrane (outer BM of external root sheath) DP= dermal papilla
SG= sebaceous glands, HF= hair follicle, HB= hair bulb, AT= adipose tissue
Eccrine Sweat Gland
Hair Follicle F= hair follicle G= sebaceous gland M= arrector pili muscle
Paccinian Corpuscle Meissner’s Corpuscles
Basal cell Carcinoma
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
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