6.Skin since the stabilising
Skin self-stabilization refers to the ability of skin to maintain its normal physiological state and stability; it is manifested in wound repair. When the wound is injured, the wound is covered with extracellular fluid, which is dried by air and causes scab to cover the wound, replacing the defective skin and playing a protective role. Basal layer cells cannot be repaired if extensive damage occurs to the dermis or through deep tissue. At this point, a large number of connective tissue in the dermis can only be proliferated to fill the wound, but scars are formed. There is no normal epidermal structure and other tissues in the scar, which can not play the normal function of the skin, but can still be maintained. Skin integrity.