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Whale Skin Innervation 

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Tat Injection and Effect Infographic

medical illustration of This diagram shows the blood and nerve innervation of whale skin. The main area of focus is the dermal papilla, where the vessels from the dermis push the stratum basale up into the stratum granuloseum layer. The series of images along the bottom of the page demonstrate common patterns of innervation in the dermal papilla.
Next medical illustration of This image is half of a raccoon mandible that was recovered in marshes along the Georgia coast. Nerve innervation and arterial supply for the teeth can be seen entering through the mandibular foramen. A section of the body has been removed to reveal the structures in the mandibular canal. The sample is missing the incisors.

Medial View of Raccoon Mandible

This diagram shows the blood and nerve innervation of whale skin. The main area of focus is the dermal papilla, where the vessels from the dermis push the stratum basale up into the stratum granuloseum layer. The series of images along the bottom of the page demonstrate common patterns of innervation in the dermal papilla.

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