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ST110 Ch.5

Integumentary System Review

what is commonly known as acne acne vulgaris
what is the abnormal condition of lacking sweat in response to heat annidrosis
pressure sore is also known as decubitis ulcer
what is the partial or complete absence of hair from areas of the body where it normally grows (hair loss) alopecia
what is the most serious type of skin cancer malignant melanoma
what is the first line of defense that protects you and is the skins primary antigen-presenting cells for helper T-cells; also attacks cancerous cells Langerhans cells
sebaceous glands are excess of sebum
sweat glands are also known as sudoriferous glands
what is the half moon shape area of a nail lunula
what are red patches covered with thick, dry scales, and also has overproduction of epithelial cells psoriasis
what is an injury in which superficial layers of the skin are scraped or rubbed away abrasion
what is a closed pocket containing pus that is caused by bacterial infection abscess
what is a recessive gene or mutation that prevents the production of melanin; individual has no skin color albinism
what is excessive hairiness, especially in women hirsutism
what is the removal of dirt, foreign objects, damage tissue, and cellular debris from a wound to prevent infection and to promote healing debridement
what is the procedure that uses pressurized fluid to clean out wound debris irrigation and debridement
what is caused by injury, swelling of clotted blood trapped in the tissues hematoma
what is a pathologic change of the tissues due to disease or injury lesion
what layer of the epidermis does the cells lose their nucleolus stratum germinativum
what are the functions of the skin protection, receptors, regulation
what is a diagnostic method of estimating how much surface of the body has been burned; areas o body are subdivided into 9% or multiples of 9% rule of nines
what are the layers of the skin (in order) epidermis, stratum corneum, stratum lucidum, stratum granulosum, stratum basale, stratum germinativum, dermis, then subcutaneous layer
What are 1st degree burns partial thickness burn, effects epidermis, heals 1 week, no scars, blisters, slight sweeling, erythema, pain
what are 2nd degree burns epidermis and dermis, extreme pain, blisters, swelling. superficial: heals 2 weeks,no scar. deep: long time heal, may require debridement/skingraft, prone to infection
what are 3rd degree durns all skin layers plus subcutaneous layer, shock, dehydration, may have pain
what are 4th degree burns aka char burns, involve muscle, tendon may damage bone. treatment: emergency debridement, irrigation, and dressings
what is the removal of a small piece of living tissue for examination to confirm or establish a diagnosis biopsy
Created by: casenichole