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Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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TRP Channels in Vibration-Sensing Cells in the Glabrous Skin. In a glabrous skin, Pacinian corpuscles are deep-seated, whereas Meissner corpuscles are located nearer the surface.
Conclusion: Coverage of small palmer wounds with glabrous skin grafts had shown excellent cosmetic and functional outcome along with minimal donor site morbidity and easy technique.
As with glabrous skin, a single stress exposure led to a significant increase in mast cell degranulation, from 3.20 [+ or -] 5.04% in the Control group to 38.46 [+ or -] 21.23% in the Stress 1 day group (P = 0.00205, two-tailed multiple comparisons test).
We found two main types of external epithelia - glabrous skin and hair- bearing skin.
Localisation and activation of substance P receptors in unmyelinated axons of rat glabrous skin. Brain Res 1996; 734: 103-108.
The findings in FLP lesions over glabrous skin are slightly different.
Prescott-Stead theorizes the turn toward Western bodily regimes as a response to anxiety due to the pressures of global "risk scenarios." How, he asks, does the cultivation of glabrous (hairless) skin constitute a program of self-empowerment, a "privatized survival strategy" in a world increasingly dominated by the fear of large-scale catastrophes such as ecological disasters, warfare, or other natural and unnatural events?Focusing on the cultivation of glabrous skin, it is possible to trace a desire for certainty in an environment where the individual appears to have little or no control.
The vulva is the next most common site of extracutaneous melanoma, making up about 7% of all cases and typically occurs after menopause, usually discovered late, most commonly on the glabrous skin of the labia minora.