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Integumentary System Facts | Now let's talk about the Dermis, the Dermis has two layer namely ...

Integumentary System Facts | Now let's talk about the Dermis, the Dermis has two layer namely ...

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Structure and Function of the Skin: Biology of the Skin: Merck Manual Home Edition
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Skin slippage. If a person dies and is not either put into refrigeration quickly after death or embalmed, the body begins to decompose. Sometimes blistering of the skin happens, in which the top layer of the skin (epidermis) separates from the bottom layer of skin (dermis) and there is fluid accumulation. These blister like areas can become very large and when they are ruptured or popped, this is the result. The skin actually has completely separated from itself. This layer of sloughed skin…

Skin slippage. If a person dies and is not either put into refrigeration quickly after death or embalmed, the body begins to decompose. Sometimes blistering of the skin happens, in which the top layer of the skin (epidermis) separates from the bottom layer of skin (dermis) and there is fluid accumulation. These blister like areas can become very large and when they are ruptured or popped, this is the result. The skin actually has completely separated from itself. This layer of sloughed skin…

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Here is a 3D homemade creation of an integumentary system (layers of the skin) For this 3D model, materials from our local arts and crafts stores were purchased, such as Styrofoam block, polymer clay of various colors, styrofoam safe spray paint, felt sheets, and foam sheets.  Let you creativity go wild.

Here is a 3D homemade creation of an integumentary system (layers of the skin) For this 3D model, materials from our local arts and crafts stores were purchased, such as Styrofoam block, polymer clay of various colors, styrofoam safe spray paint, felt sheets, and foam sheets. Let you creativity go wild.

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