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Integumentary System

alopecia hair loss
dermatitis inflammation of the skin
epidermis outer portion of the skin containing several strata
sarcoma fleshy tumor
dermis layer of skin beneath the epidermis
seborrhea excessive sebum caused by overactivity of the sebaceous glands
keratosis over growth of horny tissue on skin
epidermal outer layer of the skin
adiposis excessive accumulation of body fat
collagen substance that form conective tissue in the body
fissure deep crack in the skins surface
dermatology study of the skin
hypodermis subcutaneous skin layer,layer below the dermis
melanoma malignancy arising from cells that form melanin
onychomycosis fungal infection of the nail
hypodermis subcutaneous skin layer,layer below the dermis
Created by: MaMa2121