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Layers of the Skin 

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medical illustration of An illustrated section of tissue, depicting the layers and structures in human skin. The skin is divided into two major layers called the epidermis and dermis. The epidermis provides the protective outer surface of the skin, and consists of stratified squamous epithelium. The dermis lies beneath the epidermis, and consists of connective tissue which contains nerve endings, hair follicles, sweat glands and blood vessels.
Next medical illustration of An illustration composited over a T2-weighted MRI showing a cervical spine injury from a sagittal view.  This patient was involved in an automobile accident which resulted in intervertebral disc herniations compressing the spinal cord, primarily at the level of C4/C5 and C6/C7.  The image also depicts a reverse curvature of the cervical spine, a common injury sustained after traumatic injuries such as whiplash, when muscles and tendons are strained during high velocity movements.

Cervical Spine Injury, MRI

An illustrated section of tissue, depicting the layers and structures in human skin. The skin is divided into two major layers called the epidermis and dermis. The epidermis provides the protective outer surface of the skin, and consists of stratified squamous epithelium. The dermis lies beneath the epidermis, and consists of connective tissue which contains nerve endings, hair follicles, sweat glands and blood vessels.

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