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Integumantery System

Epidermis the outermost layer of the skin
Dermis called corium or "true skin." The layer has a framework of elastic connective tissue and contains bood vessels.
Subcuntaneous fascia/Hypodermis the innermost layer. It is made up of elastic and fibrious connective tissue and fatty tissue, and connects the skin to underlying muscles.
Sudoriferous glands coiled tubes that extends through the dermis and open on the surface of the skins at pores
Sebaceous glands oil glands that usually open unto hair foillecles
Alopecia baldness or pernament loss of hair on the ship
Dilate when blood vessel get larger
Constrict when blood vessels get smaller
Albino a person with an absesnce of color pigments
Erythema a reddish color of the skin that can be caused by either burns or a congestion of blood vessels
Jaundice a yello discoloration of the skin, can indicate in the blood as a result of liver or gallbladder disease.
Cyanosis blusih discoloration of the skin caused by ultravoilet rays from the sun to form an initial molecule of vitamin D that matures in the lives
Macules flat spots on the skin, such as freckles
Papules firm, raised areas such as pimples and the eruptions seen some stages of chickenpox and syphilis
Vesicles blisters or fluid filled sacs such as those seen in acne and pimples
Crust areas of dried pus and blood commonly called Scabs
Ulcer a deep loss of the skin surface that may extended into the dermis; may cause periodic bleedin and the formation of scars
Created by: Sergiosaurs