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Anatomy of Corium

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    The corium, also known as the cutis vera or derma, is a dense fibrous or elastic layer beneath the epidermis which gives strength and elasticity to the skin.
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      The corium, also known as the cutis vera or derma, is a dense fibrous or elastic layer beneath the epidermis which gives strength and elasticity to the skin. It consists primarily of white fibrous tissue, which in variable amounts is permeated by yellow elastic fibers interspaced with a cement-like substance and cellular elements. It contains and supports the blood vessels, lymph vessels, glandular structures, hair follicles, muscle elements.. prolongations of the fatty tissue, and the nerves with terminal organs of touch and sensation. The corium is beset over its entire surface with numerous conical papillae. This stratum is called the papillary layer, whereas the deep stratum is termed the reticular layer. More Read : http://skindiseasencare.com/corium/
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