epidermal appendages

epidermal appendages

nails, hair and glands (sebaceous, apocrine and eccrine)
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The graft effectively covers the deep wound, keeping infection out and soon integrates with the existing tissue and the site from which the graft has been taken will re-epithelialise from the foci that are the remnants of the epidermal appendages.
Buds of epidermal appendages (hair follicles and sweat glands) were scattered in a dense and homogeneous dermis (Fig.
The hair follicle, a type of epidermal appendage, is composed of dermal papillae cells, epithelial cells of the root sheath, and the hair shaft (Sperling, 1991).