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VA integumentary

what are birds feathers made of keratin
what are the three different types of feathers flight, contour, filoplume
what are two types of injections intradermal, subcutaneous
where is intradermal injection given into the muscle
where is a subcutaneous injection given into the subcutaneous layer
what does the integumentary system consist of skin and its appendages (glands, hair, fur, wool, feathers, scales, claws, beaks, horns, hooves and nails)
what are the functions of the skin protects from infection, injury, it waterproofs the body, prevents fluid loss and provides temperature regulation.
what are the combining forms for skin cutane/o, derm/o, dermat/o
what are the three layers of the skin epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous layers
what layer of skin contains connective tissue subcutaneous
which layer of the skin contains blood and lymph vessels dermis
which is the most superficial layer of the skin epidermis
what does keratin do for the skin provides it with waterproofing
is keratin a protein yes
connective tissue contain what cells collagen, histiocytes, mast cells
what is the subcutaneous layer also called hypodermis
what kind of skin glands do we have sebaceous, sweat, mammary
what is hidrosis excretion of sweat
what is anhidrosis abnormal reduction of sweat
what is hyperhidrosis excessive sweating
what is cerumen earwax
what is hair made of dead protein cells filled with keratin
what is the function of the arrector pili muscle causes the hair to stand erect in response to stress or cold
what is piloerection condition of hair standing straight up
name the three hair types guard, wool, tactile
what are the four different tissue types epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
what is the largest system of the body integumentary
what is pruritus itching
a skin condition characterized by overproduction of sebum seborrhea
what is the protein that provides the skin with its water-proofing properties is as known as keratin
where is the manubrium top of the rib cage
where is the xiphoid process the very bottom of the rib cage
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