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abnormal condition of the hair fungus trichomycosis
absence of colour in the skin pallor
alergic reaction of the skin characterized by eruption of pale red elevated patches urticaria
any new and abnormal growth neoplasm
bacterial skin infection impetago
baldness alopecia
benign tumorof dilated blood vessels hemangioma
cancerous malignant
chronic inflammatory skin condition eczema
covering integument
fungal skin infection also called ringworm tinea
infestation with lice pediculosis
inflammation of the nail bed onychia
inflammation of the nipple thelitis
inflammation of the skin dermatitis
inflammatory disease of the sebaceous gland acne
intense ithching pruritus
loss of skin pigmentation vitiligo
minute pinpoint hemorrhage under the skin petechia
necrosis or death of tissue gangrene
non cancerous benign
normal scarring cicatrix
noted at birth congenital
pertaining to under the skin subcutaneous
pus at the sight of infection abcess
raised firm thickened scar keloid
redness of the skin erythema
scab crustation
scrape abrasion
skin grafting dermatoplasty
small brown macules lentigo
small skin lesion of acne comedo
sore that prevents blood flow to tissues pressure alcer
study of fungus mycology
thick skin pachyderma
thick dry silvery scales cause by excessive development of the basal layer psoriasis
tissue destruction by electric current also called electrodesiccation fulguration
total absence of pigment in skin hair and eyes albinisom
transplantation from a foreign donor xenograft
warts verruca
Created by: Barbie14