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Anatomy of Healthy Skin at a Cellular Level

Joanna Culley

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Image Description:

Cross section of the skin showing healthy or young skin at a cellular level. There are three layers of skin – the epidermis (the outer layer), the dermis (under the epidermis) and the subcutaneous tissue layer (hypodermis). The skin is the largest organ of the human body.

Image File Sizes:

Size

Pixels

Inches

cm

Small

600x425px

2.0x 1.4” @300dpi
8.3x5.9" @72dpi

5.1x3.6cm @300dpi
21.2x14.9cm @72dpi

Medium

1200x849px

4.0x2.8” @300dpi
16.7x11.7" @72dpi

10.2x7.2cm @300dpi
43.3x29.9cm @72dpi

Large

2400x1697px

8.0x5.7” @300dpi
33.3x23.5" @72dpi

20.3x14.4cm @300dpi
84.7x59.8cm @72dpi

X-Large

4000x2828px

13.3x9.4” @300dpi
55.5x39.2" @72dpi

33.9x23.9cm @300dpi
141.1x99.7cm @72dpi

Maximum

4961x3508px

16.5x11.7” @300dpi
68.9x48.7" @72dpi

42x29.7cm @300dpi
175.0x123.7cm @72dpi

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Skin surface, epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous tissue, wrinkle, aged skin, epidermal atrophy, reduced and disorganised collagen fibers, reduced vascular tissue, elastic fibers, free nerve endings.

Image created by:

Joanna Culley


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