Scientific Illustrations for a textbook Skin and Skin Diseases (from left to right): a human skin structure, a desmosome, structure of proteoglycans bound in a collagen network, types of acne, the epidermis, an epidermal cells changing during keratinisation, schematic representation of the nail structure, longitudinal and transverse nail grafting, the female Itch mite at night drills shrews in the stratum corneum and excretes feces and lays eggs in them, the structure of the wall of the hair follicle and hair, scales in the scalp.
Spreads inside of the textbook Skin and Skin Diseases
The textbook Skin and Skin Diseases is intended primarily for students who are studying in the Cosmetic Technician program, as well as others who face similar topics on a daily basis and want to renew or deepen their knowledge of skin and skin diseases. The textbook is divided into two content sets: Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin and Skin Diseases. The first part comprises nine chapters and describes the structure, functions and function of individual plastic skins, skin appendages, melanocyte system and skin aging. The second part is divided into fourteen chapters and deals with skin growths, reactive and allergic skin diseases, skin infections, physical and chemical skin defects, and skin appendage diseases. Finally, chapters on pigmentation disorders and skin tumors are added. / Author: Romana Predin / ©Založba Grafenauer, Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport