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CPC Ch. 2- Integume

CPC ch 2-Intergumentary System

What are the 5 layers of the Epidermis? Stratum Corneum(horny layer) Stratum Lucidum(palms and Soles) Stratum Granulosum Stratum Spinosum Stratum Basale(Stratum Germinativum)
What are the two layers of the Dermis? Stratum Papillare Stratum Reticulare
Cutaneous Pertaining to the skin
Dermatology Study of Skin
Dermatologist Physician specializing in diseases of the skin.
Decubitus-Ecchymosis Condition in which blood seeps into the skin causing discoloration.Pressure ulcer/bedsore
Hypodermic Pertaining to under the skin
Intradermal Pertaining to within the skin
Melanin Pigment giving color to the skin
Melanoma pigmented tumor of the skin
Pediculosis Infestation with lice
subcutaneous Pertaining to below the skin
Tinea Ringworm, a fungal infections of the skin.
Alopecia Loss of hair
Follicles Specialized structures required for hair growth.
Hair Follicles Sacs holding the root of hair fibers
Hair Papilla knoblike indentation at bottom of hair follicle containing the blood supply to hair root.
Nail bed skin below the nail
Nail body visible part of nail
Onychitis Inflammation of nail matrix.
Hidr/o sweat, perspiration
Kerat/o Keratin, horny layer of skin
seb/o sebum, sebaceous gland
Created by: cyndimarie21