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Definitions of INTEGUMENTUM COMMUNE
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The common integument, cutis, derma, skin; the membrane covering the body and continuous, at the various orifices, with the mucous membrane of the alimentary, respiratory, and urogenital tracts; it is composed of two strata: the superficial epidermis and the deep dermis or corium, and contains the sweat and sebaceous glands, the hair-follicles, and the touch corpuscles.
By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop