By Nigel Palastanga
For the second one variation, the textual content and illustrations were reorganized and lots of of the diagrams were redrawn or changed. New sections at the cardiovascular, breathing, digestive and urogenital platforms, and at the eye and the ear were additional, in addition to new textual content on practical actions, palpation and utilized anatomy. additionally, the part masking the top, neck and trunk has been thoroughly reorganized. however, the preliminary objective of the textual content has been retained in order that it is still a textbook basically interested in the musculoskeletal procedure and its program to human flow
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It is at the intersections of these creases that hairs typically emerge. STRUCTURE The skin consists of a superficial layer of ectodermal origin known as the epidermis, and a deeper mesodermal-derived layer known as the dermis (Fig. 2a). 0 mm), being composed of many layers of cells. The deeper cells are living and actively proliferating, with the cells produced gradually passing toward the surface. As they do so they become cornified (keratinized). They are ultimately shed as the skin rubs against the clothing and other surfaces.
However, this elasticity is increasingly lost with age so that unless it is firmly attached to the underlying tissues it stretches. The stretching tends to occur in one direction because of the orientation of the collagen in the deeper layers, which runs predominantly at right angles to the direction of stretch, being therefore parallel to the communicating grooves present on the skin surface. In some places the skin must be bound down to the underlying deep fascia to allow freedom of movement without interference from subcutaneous fat and otherwise highly mobile skin.
The subcutaneous connective tissue contains blood and lymph vessels, the roots of hair follicles, the secretory parts of sweat glands, cutaneous nerves, and sensory endings (particularly Pacinian (pressure) corpuscles) (see Figs. 47). In the subcutaneous tissue overlying joints, subcutaneous bursae exist, which contain a small amount of fluid, and thereby facilitate movement of the skin in these regions. APPENDAGES OF THE SKIN These are nails, hairs, sebaceous, sweat and mammary glands, and are all derived from the epidermis.
Anatomy and Human Movement. Structure and Function by Nigel Palastanga
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