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Integumentary System I. Introduction A. Characteristics
1. Skin, Cutaneous Membrane, or Integument 2. Largest organ 7% of body weight 3. Divisions = Epidermis, Dermis,& Hypodermis 4. Thick vs. Thin skin
1. Protection from dehydration and mechanical damage 2. Sunscreen 3. Temperature Regulation 4. Waste Excretion 5. Produce Vitamin D 6. Sensory Reception
III. Parts A. Epidermis
1. Characteristics a. Stratified squamous epithelium “Keratinized” b. Basic cell type called a keratinocyte c. All intercellular junction present d. Avascular and not innervated
2. Strata or “Layers” a. Basal, Spinosum, Granulosum, Lucidium, & Corneum Figure 5.2
3. Associated Cells a. Melanocytesb. Langerhans cellsc. Merkel cells
4. Epidermal Derivatives a. Hairi. Partsii. Types & Function
b. Naili. Parts & Function
c. Sweat Glandsi. Types & Function
1. Characteristics a. Dense Irregular Connective Tissue b. Basic cell type = fibroblast (all others present) c. Collagen bundles thicken and increase in number with depth (Papillary versus Reticular) d. Highly vascularized and innervated
2. Strata & Function Figure 5.3
1. Defining Characteristics a. Loose Connective Tissue b. Basic cell type = adipocyte (all others present) c. Fat layer (subcutaneous layer) d. Highly vascularized and innervated
IV. Problems A. Infections
C. Wound Healing
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