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Integ Sys Pt 2

Integumentary System Activity Pt 2

The first job of the Integumentary System is To act as a protective barrier
Sebaceous glands and sweat glands are examples of Skin appendages
Cyanosis can indicate Poor circulation
Hair regions are Shaft and root
Sebaceous glands are found everywhere in the body, except The thick skin of palms of hands and soles of feet
Jaundice may indicate A liver disorder
What is known as a blood storage unit? Skin
Erythema may signify Fever, inflammation, or allergy
Mammary Glands are a type of Apocrine gland
Fingernails and toenails are composed of Scaly-hard keratin
Created by: Lhaynes