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anatomy 6

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meibomain glands produces secretion that lubricates the eye lashes
macule spot neither raised nor depressed,ex.measles,freckles.
papule firm raised area,ex.chicken pox,second stage of syphilis (pimple)
nodule large firm papule
atopic dermatitis another name for eczema
protein that makes up the hair is produced in the stratum corneum
pallor paleness of the skin,reduced blood flow,or reduction of hemoglobin
heat the body vessels constrict(become narrow
cool the body blood vessels dialate
stratum corneum upper most layer of the epidermis where keratin is synthesized
stratum basale deepest layer of the epidermis
varicella causes of shingles and chickenpox
meissner corpuscle touch receptor
pacinian corpuscle deep preasure receptor
what kind of infection is ringworm mycotic
pruritus itching
urticaria (ur-tih-KA-re-ah) hives.elevated red patches known as wheals
common type of acne acne vulgaris
vernix caseosa cheese like secreation that covers a new born
another name for subcutaneous layer hypodermis,superficial fascia
ciliary glands modifies sweat glands,located at the edges of the eyelids
integumentary system blood vessels,nerves,sensory organs,skin
eccrine gland regulate body temp and vent directly through a pore
subdivided into thin layers strata
cells constantly dividing= stratum basale,germantium
Created by: cornejo