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integumentary

skin and disease

QuestionAnswer
bluish cyanosis
yellowish jaundice
reddish eyrthema
absence of color albino
yellow / red carotene
brown / black melanin
inherited and deremined by pigments in epidermis of skin pigmentation
oil glands sebaceous
keratinized/ dead epidermal cells nails
made of keratin hair
permanent hair loss alopecia
projects form the skin shaft
embedded in the skin, determines shape root
sweat glands sudoriferous glands
type of apocrine galnd, outer ear, secretes earwax/ cerumen ceruminous glands
UV rays produce vitamin D
topical medication transdermal meds
is a source of energy n the subcutaneous fascia adipose tissue
excess hear escapes through skin (get larger) dialate
heat is retained in body constrict
rewsponds to pain, pressure, temp (hot/cold) and touch sensory perception
superficial fascia mostly fat (insulate & absorb shock) subcutaneous / hypodermis
tough leathery fibroous connective tissue; only part vascularied dermis
germinativum and stratum corneum make up the epidermis
excess hear escapes through skin (get larger) dialate
heat is retained in body constrict
rewsponds to pain, pressure, temp (hot/cold) and touch sensory perception
superficial fascia mostly fat (insulate & absorb shock) subcutaneous / hypodermis
tough leathery fibroous connective tissue; only part vascularied dermis
germinativum and stratum corneum make up the epidermis
make new cells stratum basale
dead cells stratum corneum
flat spots - freckles macules
firm raised - pimples papules
blisters, fluid filled - chicken pox vesicles
pus filled - acne pustules
dried pus/blood - scab crusts
itchy elevated with irreg. shapes - hives wheals
deep loss of skin surface ulcer
inflammation of sebaceous glands acne vulgaris
contagious fungal infection athletes foot
most common type of cancer skin cancer
on the epidermis doesnt spread basal
spepheals spreads quickly squamous
black tumor most dangerous form of cancer melanoma
an inflammation of the skin dermatitis
noncontagious inflammatory skin disorder caused by an allergen of irritant eczema
high contagious skin infection impetigo
chronic noncontagious skin psoriasis
viral infection of the skin verrucae
a highly contagious fungal infection of the skin or scalp ringworm
Created by: ash bo