Gooseflesh

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gooseflesh

(from the article `human disease`) ...represents a mechanism by which the skin is kept moist. By the evaporation of the moisture, heat is lost more rapidly. The hot day, therefore, ...
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gooseflesh

gooseflesh, temporary rumpling of the skin into tiny bumps, also called goose bumps and goose pimples, and technically known as cutis ansirina. In response to cold or certain emotional states, such as fear or rage, the smooth muscles of the subsurface layer (dermis) of skin tend to contract, causing...
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Gooseflesh

Gooseflesh: A temporary local change in the skin when it becomes rougher due to erection of little muscles, as from cold, fear, or excitement. The chain of events leading to this skin change starts with a stimulus such as cold or fear. That stimulus causes a nerve discharge from the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the autonomic (involuntar...
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gooseflesh

Type: Term Pronunciation: gūs′flesh Synonyms: cutis anserina
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