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squamous cell layer
Flat, scale-like epithelial cells comprising the outermost layers of the epidermis
Little bladder; an elevated, fluid-filled sack (blister) within or under the epidermis up to 0.5 cm in diameter (e.g., a fever blister)
An open sore on the skin or mucous membrane that can bleed and scar and is sometimes accompanied by infection (e.g., decubitus ulcer)
A mark left by the healing of a sore or wound showing the replacement of destroyed tissue by fibrous tissue; scar
Spot; a reddish-brown, minute hemorrhagic spot on the skin that indicated a bleeding tendency - small purpura
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