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Cutane/o Derm/o Dermat/o skin
Hidr/o sweat
Kerat/o horny, hard tissue
Onych/o Ungu/o nail
Seb/o sebum or oil
trich/o hair
aut/o self
bi/o life
coni/o dust
crypt/o hidden
myc/o fungus
necr/o death
pachy/o thick
rhytid/o/ wrinkles
staphyl/o grape like clusters
strep/o twisted chains
xerl/o dry
epi On, over
Intra within
para beside, beyond around
per through
sub under, below
cuccus berry shaped
ectomy surgical removal or excision
ia diseased or abnormal state
itis inflammation
malacia abnormal softening
opay view or viewing
phagia swallow or eat
plasty surgical repair
rrhea flow, excessive discharge
tome instrument used to cut
Layers of skin: Epidermis, dermis, hypo-dermis Under the hypo-dermis is muscle, nerves, blood vessels, and bone.
Pigmentation's caused by melanoytes: Albino, erythema, jaundice, and cyanosis
Created by: de384484