Which organ is an accessory organ – sebaceous gland, epidermis, or corium?



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    An accessory organ is any organ that helps with the function of another organ; in this case, it would be the sebaceous gland, as it helps with the functions of the epidermis.

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    The epidermis and corium make up your skin, and the sebaceous gland is the accessory organ that produces oil (and, under certain conditions, acne and white / blackheads)

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    It would be the sebaceous gland, because it serves as an organ that helps with the functioning of other organs, such as producing a type of oil called sebum, which basically serves to condition the hair and skin, and whose fatty acids restrict bacterial growth on the epidermis.

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