A small muscle, the arrector
pili, is attached to the wall of the follicle and to the lower layer of the epidermis.
Each tiny hair on your skin is attached to small muscles, called arrector
When it's cold, the arrector
muscle pulls the hair up.
This muscle is called an arrector
pilorum (uh-REK-ter pill-OH-rum), which means "raiser of hair.
Each hair is also attached to a tiny arrector
1980 (25) sweat ducts, sebaceous glands, hair follicles and arrector
Skin with lesion showing arrector
pilorum muscle, pilosebaceous unit, mucoid degeneration (black arrow) of Leiomyoma.
In FUE, the extraction of the intact follicular unit is dependent on the principle that the area of attachment of arrector
muscle to the follicular unit is the tightest zone.
Growing antlers are enveloped in a hair-covered skin that presents several peculiarities, including lack of sweat glands and arrector
pili muscles and the presence of abundant sebaceous glands (Li and Suttie, 2000).