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Histological Skin Structure Diagram

Skin is a brilliant structure of our body. It is very elastic and pretty strong to protect internal tissue. It also acts as thermoregulator of our entire body protecting from overheats when we sweat and when there is cold – the blood flow is reduced to skin tissues to save heat to inner organs of the body. Skin is pretty resistive to harmful chemicals, microorganisms and if dry it has high electrical receptivity. From biochemical side – skin can produce vitamin D when exposed to sunlight, which is essential for the growth and maintenance of our bones. The extensive network of nerves within the skin feeds information continuously to the brain concerning our surroundings. So it is full of sensors to know the external world like temperature, pressure. Don’t even let me start about skin importance in the fashion industry. About how much there is attention paid to cosmetics, beauty shine. Skin can show you if you’re shy or cold or afraid. As you see, the top layer of skin of your body can tell you so many things, get to know it. skin structure diagram Mainly people used to name only two layers of skin epidermis and dermis. But…

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About melanoma

Melanoma is one of the fastest spreading lesions. Melanoma is curable if it is diagnosed in early stages. If melanoma is diagnosed in the early stages, the curability reaches about 90 percent of patients. In another hand, if melanoma is diagnosed in late stages, then curability is less than 50 percent. To attain better curing result it is not enough to diagnose the disease, but there is permanent monitoring needed before and after procedures. In this website, you will find information about melanoma from the technical side. Let us say, how lesions are dedicated, how photographed and what do doctors do to make a diagnose. There are many techniques for making melanoma diagnoses. The most widely used by dermatologists is the ABCD(E) rule, where skin images are taken, and then shape, color, and structure analysis of lesion is made. This rule is so simple that everyone can do it by himself, but of course, you can’t make a diagnose, because there are so many exceptions and other things you don’t know, and therefore you can be mistaken. For example, your lesion can look very suspicious and dark, but it can be benign, and on another hand, the lesion can be…

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