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SC2110: Week 5 Assignment Worksheet About In this assignment you will be identifying the anatomy, skin, sense organs, and the endocrine systems. You will also explore mammography and radiology. As you answer these questions, think about how each part functions with the others so you will be able to describe and explain those functions in your future medical career. Background “I never knew the eyes and ear can be so complicated. It’s hard to believe there could be so many terminologies to learn in these tiny organs.” Alia said after putting her AP book down. Mona, her roommate replied, “You are right. But how amazing to see such tiny bones in the ear that make us hear, and the tiny lens that make us see.” “Well I am glad we are working together to make this happen!” Alia excitedly replied. Part 1: Layers of the skin 10 points Label the 3 layers of skin What are the contents and function of each layer? Epidermis Outer most layer. Protects our insides Dermis Composed of blood vessels and lymph and nerve fibers, as well as the accessory organs of the skin, which are the hair follicles, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands. Supports elaborate system of nerves. Subcutaneous layer specializes in the formation of fat. manufacture and store large quantities of fat. (See next page to continue part 1)
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SC2110: Week 5 Assignment Worksheet Using your textbook for illustrations, Identify the following conditions and write one sentence description for each.
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