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chapter 16

lip/o fat
ungu/o nail
cutane/o skin
derm/o skin
caus/o burning
diaphor/o sweating
hidr/o sweating
leuk/o white
malan/o black
myc/o fungus
onych/o nails
xer/o dry
wart(virus) verruca
thickened scar developing after trauma keloid
pigmented lesion of the skin nevi
increased growth of cells in the keratin layer of the epidermis caused by pressure or friction callus
Seborrheic dermatitis dandruff
inflammatory skin disease with erythematous. eczema
chronic papular and pustular eruption of the skin. acne
thick red plaques have a sharply defined border and an adherent silvery scale. psoriasis
blister vesicle
thickened and rough lesion of the epidermis keratosis
groove or crack-like sore fissure
smooth, edematous papule or plaque that is redder or paler than the surrounding skin wheal
papule containing pus pustule
small(less than 1 cm), solid elevation of the skin papule
growth extending from the surface of mucous membrane polyp
flat lesion measuring less than 1 cm -in diameter macule
open sore of the skin or mucous membranes ulcer
solid, round or oval elevated lesion 1 cm or more in diameter nodule
no sweating anhidrosis
Condition of profuse sweating diaphoresis
Abnormal condition of dry, scaly skin (fish-like skin icthyosis
disturbance of sebaceous glands marked by increase in the flow of sebum. seborrhea
bleeding in the pus ecchymosis
absence of hair from areas where it normally grows alopecia
hives urticaria
loss of color in the skin vitiligo
death of tissue associated with loss of blood supply gangrene
contagious, parasitic infection of the skin with intense pruritus scabies
Created by: elegaspi203



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