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CQLC

Med Term I Integumentary System

QuestionAnswer
inflammation of the skin dermatitis
any condition caused by fungus mycosis
substance that forms connective tissue in the body collagen
inflammation of fatty tissue steatitis
deep slit in the skin fissure
yellow growth or discoloration of the skin xanthoma
disease of the hair tricholopathy
inflammation of the skin that produces pus pyoderma
relating to a skin cyst with hair pilocystic
excessive dryness of the skin xeroderma
slow growing cancer of the epidermis basal cell carcinoma
hair loss alopecia
thickening of the skin caused by an increase in collagen formation scleroderma
absence of pigment in the skin or in an area of the skin leukoderma
abnormal tissue growth neoplasm
condition of horny tissues of the skin keratosis
white plaques or patches of the skin leukoplakia
outer portion of the skin containing several strata epidermis
inflammation of the nail onychitis
excessive accumulation of body fat adiposis
layer of skin beneath the epidermis dermis
subcutaneous skin layer;layer below the dermis hypodermis
disease of the nail onychopathy
production and excretion of sweat hidrosis
excessive sebum caused by overactivity of the sebaceous glands seborrhea
Created by: lmcauley