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Chp12 Integumentary

Medical Terminology

The combining form meaning black Melan/o
The combining form meaning red Erythr/o
The combining form meaning sweat Hidr/o
The combining form meaning hairy or rough Hirsut/o
The combining form meaning horny, hard, cornea Kerat/o
The combining form meaning fat Lip/o
The combining form meaning skin Derm/o dermat/o
The combining form meaning lice or louse Pedicul/o
The combining form that means fingernail or toenail Onych/o
The combining form that means fungus Myc/o
Combining form that means wrinkle Rhytid/o
Combining form that means sebum which secreates oil Seb/o
Combining form that means rash or hives Urtic/o
Combining form that means dry Xer/o
Combining form that means life Bi/o
Combining form that means hair Pil/o
Means scale like Squamous
The outer most layer of skin Epidermis
Form a protective covering for all internal and external organs Squamous epithelial tissue
The lowest layer of the epidermis Basal
A fibrous water repellant protien Keratin
Cells that produce and contain a dark brown or black pigment Melanocytes
The Thick layer of living tissue directly below the epidermis Dermis
Means glue , is a tough fibrous protein material found in skin, bone, and cartilage Collagen
Also known as fat cells Lipocytes
Means profuse or excessive sweating Diaphoresis
Aslo known as spoon nail Koilonchyia
Created by: gcollins3217