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WINKELMANN, R. K. (1956). Contribution to the neuroanatomy of human skin; a morphologic basis for sensation. Thesis. University of Minnesota. CHAPTER II SIMILARITIES IN CUTANEOUS NERVE END-ORGANS RICHARD Section K. of Dermatology, Mayo Rochester, T. WINKELMANN Clinic and Mayo Minnesota* Foundation, INTRODUCTION NUMEROUS forms of cutaneous sensory receptor end-organs have been described and a possible physiologic function has been hypothesized for each of the many morphologic variants that exist.