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Integumentary System


trichosis any disease or abnormal condition of the hair
hirsutism excessive or superfluous growth of the body or facial hair; excessive or abnormal hairness, especially in women
hirsute hairy, shaggy, covered in hair
superfluous excessive; overflowing; unwanted
depilatory an agent used for the removal of hair
electrolysis the destruction of a substance by passing an electric current through it. Used to destory the hair follicles or roots of unwanted hair
alopecia total or partial baldness
alopecia areata baldness occuring in patches
onychosis any disease condition of the nails
onychia inflammation and infection of the nail bed
paronychia acute or chronic infection of the fold of skin around the nail
onychomycosis disease of the nails due to fungous infection
onychocryptosis ingrown toenail; a toenail that curls or grows under the upperside of the nail
Created by: Wolkowski