- 1 Epidermis has ——- layers where the skin is thick
- 2 In places of thin skin epidermis only has four layers. Which layer of epidermis is usually absent?
- 3 Not True about dermis
- 4 Which skin receptors important for detection of vibrational changes?
- 5 Which cervical nerve has with no dermatome?
- 6 In shorts
- 7 Receptors of Skin
- 8 Layers of Dermis
Epidermis has ——- layers where the skin is thick
In places of thin skin epidermis only has four layers. Which layer of epidermis is usually absent?
A. Stratum basale
B. Stratum spinosum
C. Stratum granulosum
D. Stratum lucidum
Not True about dermis
A. Rete pegs are downward thickenings of the epidermis
B. Dermis is embryologically derived from the mesoderm
C. Stratum lucidum is a part of reticular dermis
D.Papillary dermis is the upper layer
Which skin receptors important for detection of vibrational changes?
A. Meissner receptors
B. Pacinian corpuscles
C. Ruffini endings
D. Merkel receptors
Which cervical nerve has with no dermatome?
Skin is the body’s largest organ
Receptors of Skin
|Deep pressure and vibrational changes
|Deep pressure and stretching of the skin’s collagen fibers.
|Free nerve endings
|Pain, light touch, and temperature variations.
|Merkel receptors associated with the Merkel cells
|Sustained light touch induction over the skin.
Layers of Dermis
Dermis is divided into two layers, the papillary dermis (the upper layer) and the reticular dermis (the lower layer).