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Are muscles part of the skin?

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2009-11-17 18:18:26
2009-11-17 18:18:26

No muscle and skin are two different kinds of tissue.

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In the way you are using "superficial" it will mean " being on or near the surface".Thus the answer is "YES" the skin is a superficial organ - BUT -"NO" the skin is not "superficial" specifically to muscles - it does not surround muscles, it surrounds the whole body and the muscles are beneath (and some in - the ones that raise the hairs) the skin.


Skin is superficial to muscles. Superficial means above, while deep means below. So muscles are deep to skin and dermis is superficial to muscle tissue.


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The subcutaneous layer of the skin is not actually part of the skin, though it is usually mentioned when discussing the anatomy of the skin. It is also called the hypodermis, or the superficial fascia. It is a layer underneath the true skin and has blood vessels, adipose tissue (stored fat), nerve cells, and lymphatic capillaries. It is the loose tissue that is between the skin and the muscles. The layer that covers the muscles underneath is called the deep fascia.


They are all under your skin.


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No, you simply need your skin to be able to move, your muscles and bones are just the filling inside your skin.


You get goosebumps when you're cold because the muscles that are in between your hairs in your skin tense. You know when you are cold, things contract. same with your muscles. So your tiny muscles that are attached to your hair on your skin contracts and pulls. which makes your skin have goosebumps.


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