FIGURE 3.2a Structure of the epidermis and underlying region. (a) Epidermal cells and layers. (Sources of images below. Used with permission.)

 

                                                                                (a)  Epidermal cells and layers.                     

 

               

  

 

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Added diagrams and labels of Langerhans cells, Mast cell, and Macrophage

 

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Description English: Epidermis. See a full animation of this medical topic.

Date 29 January 2014, 10:36:30

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Pathological and histological images courtesy of Ed Uthman at flickr.

Date 15 March 2010, 11:35

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