Layers of the Skin
The layers of the skin, which consists of the epidermis or cuticle, the scarf-skin, composed of 3 superficial and 2 deep layers; and the Derma, Corium, or Cutis vera, the true skin, composed of a papillary layer above and a reticular layer below.
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Metheny, D. Gregg Potter's Compend of Human Anatomy 8th Ed. (Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1915) 269