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What are the primary layers of the skin?
Epidermis (outer most)
Dermis (inner most)
What separates the two primary layers?
OR Anchors the epidermis to the dermis?
Basement membrane.
Also called BMZ= Basement Membrane Zone
Layer that is affected in blister formation.
The loose connective tissue beneath the dermis is called?
Hypodermis or subcutis
The epidermis is thickest on?
The palms and the soles
Epidermis is constantly being renewed. Turnover time ranges
are?
26 to 42 days.
Complete epidermal renewal occurs?
About every 2 months.
The Epidermal layer is divided into 5 layers, what are they?
Stratum Corneum
Stratum Lucidum
Stratum Granulosum
Stratum Spinosum
Stratum Germinativum
The Epidermal protrusions of the basal layer that point downward into the dermis are called?
Rete Ridges
or
Rete Pegs
Daughter cells that undergo differentation as they move toward the stratum corneum are called.
Transient Amplifying Cells