- The skin is a very large, thin structure covering the entire body. All skin, with the exception of the palms and soles, bears hair. It is a rapidly-regenerating structure.
- The epidermis has layered keratinized cells; the bottom-most layer of the epidermal cells is constantly dividing. The dermis, which lies under the epidermis, contains blood vessels, hair follicles, sweat and oil glands and several kinds of nerve fibers. Beneath the dermis is fatty subcutaneous tissue.
- Burns are classified by their depth. First degree burns result in a reddened, sore epidermis. Second degree burns extend partially through the dermis and usually result in severe pain and blistering. Third degree burns, which go completely through the dermis, are relatively pain free because the nerve fibers are gone. Fluid loss is a serious problem for patients with 3rd degree burns.
30 x 40 = $395 + shipping
36 x 48 = $425 + shipping
Digital = $395