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4%) showed integumentary system lesions; these are mainly cyanosis, edema, and ecchymotic hemorrhages.
Arsenic can cause non-cancerous problems with the digestive tract, the integumentary system, the circulatory system, and the nervous system.
Skin, also known as the integumentary system, is the largest organ in the body.
She explains the human integumentary system, the external covering of the body, by making an analogy to sewing a traditional buckskin dress.
Regardless of the underlying histopathology, every patient journey to the operating theatre involves breeching the integumentary system.
The integumentary system of bivalves is composed of a hard shell, which is the equivalent of an external skeleton composed mainly of calcium compound and mantle inside the shell.
The integumentary system not only includes the skin, but also the fascial coverings of tissues and organs and intraorgan septae.
The integumentary system comprises the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis.