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Integumentary Sytem


dermatology the medical specialty that deals with skin disease
dermatologist a physician who specializes in treating skin conditions
dermatosis any abnormal condition or disease of the skin
pallor lack of color; abnormal paleness
pallid pertaining to pallor; laking color; pale
leukoplakia formation of white spots or patches on the mucous membrance of the tongue or cheek,
vitiligo a disorder characterized by milk-white patches on the skin, often with a highly pigmented boarder
erythema widespread redness of the skin; flushing
erythematous pertaining to or marked by erythema
xanthic yellow; yellowish
xanthochromic yellow discoloration
xanthelasma soft yellowish spots or plaques on the eyelids; commonest form of xanthoma
jaundice a yellowish staining of the skin, sclerae and excretions due to the presence of excess bilirubin in the blood
jaundiced pertaining to or affected by jaundice
Created by: Wolkowski