|MadSci Network: Anatomy|
Recently I fell while ice skating and removed a chunk of skin about as big around as a dime and a little thicker then a dime off the inner side of my thumb with my ice skate. It has been slowly filling in the skin it was missing. I was wondering what allows it do that, and how does the body know what kind of skin to put down. I was also wondering if it was possible to cut a finger deep enough that a section of your fingerprint would never fully return. Thanks!!!!! ~*~Lauren~*~ Feel free to e-mail me
Re: How does the skin regenerate itself after a section is removed?
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