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Papillary Dermis and its Epidermal Association: The Deep Connection

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QUESTION:

The papillary layer of the dermis is most closely associated with which layer of the epidermis?

a. stratum spinosum

b. stratum corneum

c. stratum granulosum

d. stratum basale.

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QUESTION:

The papillary layer of the dermis is most closely associated with which layer of the epidermis?

a. stratum spinosum

b. stratum corneum

c. stratum granulosum

d. stratum basale.

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The dermis, the second skin layer beneath the epidermis, comprises the papillary layer and the reticular layer.

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Discover the relationship between the papillary layer of the dermis and the layers of the epidermis. Understand the structure, function, and connections that exist in our skin's anatomy.


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