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integumentary test r

integumentary system test review

fatty, oil secretion of the sebaceous glands of the skin sebum
skin w/glands,hair & nails makeup what system integument
dark brown/black pigment that gives color to hair/skin melanin
inner, sensitive, vascular layer of the skin dermis
branch of science dealing w/the skin, it's structures, functions and diseases dermatology
wax-like soft brown secretion found in the external canal of the ear cerumen
largest organ of the body skin
extremely tough protein substance in hair,nails & horny tissue keratin
relating to the sense of touch tactile
epidermis is also called false skin
dermis is also called true skin
a layer of the dermis reticular layer
which is not a layer of epidermis papillary
layers where cells die and granules are present in cytoplasm stratum granulosum
not an accessory appendage of skin erector muscle
small bundle of involuntary muscles attached to hair follicles erector pillae muscle
#17 dermis
what part of the hair is visible shaft
what part of the hair is embedded in the dermis hair root
what is the area underneath the nail called subungile
loss of substance in a cutaneous surface ulcer
collection of pus under the skin abcess
lesion containing melocytes nevus
elevation filled w/pus pustule
sac which contains any fluid-like substance besides pus cyst
small node which is solid and irregular in form nodule
a blister vesicle
cleft into the skin fissure
infection/inflammation of sebaceous glands acne
ceruminous glands are located where external ear canal
outer layer of skin epidermis
most common type of skin cancer basal cell carcinoma
epidermis, dermis & subcutaneous are all involved in what degree of burn 3rd degree
itching of skin w/no visible lesions pruritus
another name for uticaria hives
upper portion of dermis has many finger like projections called papilliae
a sunburn is considered what degree of burn 1st
wart is an epidermal growth caused by what virus
hypodermic means under the skin
viral disease w/blisters along certain pathways is called shingles
integumentay sytems function is to produce what Vitamin D
disease caused by blood sucking lice phthirius
layer of skin found only in palms/soles stratum lucidum
a single sq in of skin on the palm contains how many sweat glands 3,000
a corn is similar to a what callus
deepest part of epidermis stratum germinativum
another name for a hangnail paronychia
how many sweat glands are in the skin 2-3 million
Created by: clmcnees