Pacinian Corpuscle

Pacinian corpusles are structures that can be found in the dermis.  They are the encapsulated end of a sensory neuron that detects vibration and pressure.  The corpuscle resembles a flattened plate.

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Pacinian Corpuscle.  Structure highlighted here. (TM: 100x, picture taken with an Olympus DPlan 10/0.25 on Sony A7ii)

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