Beautiful flowing polyshiffon long-scarf (54x12”) designed from the original painting “Touch” by Kathleen Sluka. This light, airy scarf is semitransparent pink and black scarf shows pain and touch fibers in the skin. This scarf is the perfect gift for your favorite neurologist, neuroscientist, pain scientist, or science lover.
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Description: The epidermis, in pink, is separated from the dermis, in black, by the basement membrane in white. The epidermis is constantly making new cells from its basal layer, the dark pink column-like cells on top of the white basement membrane. Pain nerves are depicted in green lines coursing through the epidermis. Meissner’s corpuscles, depicted as green ovals in the dermis, are responsible for light touch. They are very sensitive and found in the highest concentrations in your fingers and lips.