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skin disorders

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ECZEMA NONINFECTIOUS INFLAMMATORY SKIN DISEASE. CHARCTERIZED BY REDNESS, BLISTERS, SCABS AND ITCHING
FISSURE SLIT OR CRACKLIKE SORE IN THE SKIN
FUNGUS ORGANISM THAT FEEDS BY ABSORBING ORGANIC MOLECULES FROM ITS SURROUNDINGS
FURUNCLE PAINFUL SKIN NODE CAUSED BY STAPHYLOCOCCAL BACTERIA IN A HAIR FOLLICLE
GANGRENE DEATH OF TISSUE CAUSED BY LOSS OF BLOOD SUPPLY FOLLOWED BY BACTERIAL INVASION
HERPES INFLAMMATORY SKIN DISEASE CAUSED BY HERPES VIRUS CHARACTERIZED BY SMALL BLISTERS IN CLUSTERS
IMPETIGO SUPERFICIAL SKIN INFECTION CHARACTERIZED BY PUSTULES AND CAUSED BY EITHER STAPH OR STREPTOCOCCI
CYTOMEGALOVIRUS A HERPES-TYPE VIRUS THAT USUALLY CAUSES DISEASE WHEN IMMUNE SYSTEM IS COMPRISED
KAPOSI'S SARCOMA CANCEROUS CONDITION STARTING AS PURPLE OR BROWN PAPULES ON THE LOWER EXTREMETIES AND SPREADING THROUGH THE SKIN TO THE LYMPH NODES AND INTERNAL ORGANS
KELOID OVERGROWTH OF SKIN TISSUE
LEUKOPLAKIA CONDITION CHARACERIZED BY WHT SPOTS OR PATCHES ON MUCOUS MEMBRANES
MACULE FLAT COLORED SPOT ON THE SKIN
NEVUS CIRCUMSCRIBED MALIFORMATION OF THE SKIN USUALLY BROWN, BLACK, OR SKIN COLORED
NODULE A SMALL RAISED KNOTTLIKE MASS
PAPULE SMALL SOLID SKIN ELEVATION
PEDIULOSIS INVASION INTO THE SKIN AND HAIR BY LICE.
Created by: pcontreras