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Everest 345 mod a wk 3

acanthosis abnormal thickening of the skin
dermatomycosis fungal infection of the skin
epidermis the outer layer of skin.
eponychium tissue from which a nail develops
erythroderma localized redness on skin
hidrosis sweating
hirsutism excessive body hair
melanocyte pigmentation producing cell
onychocryptosis ingrown nail
rhytidectomy surgical removal of wrinkes, facelift
seborrhea over production of sebum
subcutaneous below the skin
acuity clearness
alopecia hairloss, baldness
cicatrix scar
collagen fibrous protein of skin
comedo blackhead
furuncle localized pyogenic infection around a hair follicle
keratin tough protein component of hair and nails
lunula white crescent area at base of nail
plication taking tucks to shorten
sebum secretion from sebaceous gland
acanth/o spiny, thorny
cry/o cold
cutane/o skin
-cyte cell
derma skin
dermat/o skin
-ectomy surgical removal, cutting out
electr/o electric
epi- above, on, upper
erythr/o redness
hidr/o sweat
hirsut/o hairy
hist/o tissue
-ism condition
kera hardness, horn
kerat/o hard, horny
melan/o black, dark
myc/o fungus
onych/o finger or toe nail
-osis abnormal condition
rhytid/o wrinkle
-rrhea flow
seb/o sebum
sub- below
ungu/o nail
-us thing
Created by: everest