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Tissues to Tattoos Essay

  • Submitted by: johnnydafifth
  • on August 29, 2013
  • Category: Miscellaneous
  • Length: 498 words

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Victor Mendoza
Module 2 Written assignment

  1. Each of our human tissue types has its similarities and differences as well. The four kind of tissues are similar in a way that each playa structure/support system for our human bodies. Each tissue eventually develops recoveries for our bodies if damaged. The only difference between the four tissue types is the function in which each tissue type has in the body. Stratified epithelium provides a stronger type of protection above the basement membrane which gives our cells the ability to repair and recover skin damage such as scrapes, burns and cuts. Simple epithelium is more of a thin layer that only has the ability to repair more inner body damage such as tissue replacement in heart chambers and blood vessels.
  2. Membranes are meant to cover, protect or separates structures or tissues for the body. In my opinion if all four tissue types were to be damaged, I think our bodies would simply deter ate.
  3. Tattoos are permanent from the ink being punctured into the dermis of our skin tissue. Since dermis cells are not frequently shedding and replacing as they are in the epidermis, the ink tends to stay in the skin permanently. Henna tattoos use ink and colors from natural plants. Traditional tattoos are generally used with regular industrial ink.
  4. The three types of skin cancer are Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Malignant Melanoma. Each type of skin cancer share the fact that they all effect some kind of cell, how common it is and how deadly the skin cancer really is. Basal Carcinoma is proven to be the most common form of skin cancer. The name speaks for itself because this type of skin cancer involves the cell division to go wrong in the basal cells of the epidermis. This skin cancer thankfully is rare to die from but can disfigure skin and body parts if not treated well. Squamous Cell Carcinoma is less likely to form opposed to the Basal cancer. The Squamous cells in the epidermis...

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