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Integumentary System

Skin Structure

What are the two regions of the dermis?

The dermis is composed of dense connective tissue and is the site of blood vessels, nerves, and epidermal appendages. The dermis has two regions: the papillary and reticular layers. The papillary layer has ridges, which produce fingerprints.



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