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SBS Chap 4

Abscess localized collection of pus that will result the disintegration of tissue over time
Anomaly abnormality
Autogenous from oneself
Axillary nodes lymph nodes located in the armpit
Benign not progressive
Biopsy removal of small pieces of living tissue for diagnostic purposes
Cryosurgery destruction of lesions using extreme cold
Debridement cleansing of or removal of dead tissue from a wound
Dermis second layer of skin, holding blood vessels, nerve endings, sweat glands, and hair follicles
Incision and Drainage to cut and withdraw fluid
Lesion abnormal or altered tissue
Ligation binding or tying off, as in constricting the bloodflow of a vessel or binding a fallopian tube for sterilization
Malignant used to describe a cancerous tumor that grows worse over time
Punch use of a small hollow instrument to puncture a lesion
Shaving horizontal or transverse removal of lesions
Soft tissue tissues;fascia, connective, muscle, and so forth
Subcutaneous tissue below the dermis
Suture to unite parts by stitching them together
Transplantation grafting of tissue from one source to another
Wound repair, complex complicated wound closure;includes revision, debridement,extensive undermining, and more than layered closure
Wound repair, intermediate closure of one or more subcutaneous tissues and superficial fascia, in addition to skin closure
Wound repair, simple superficial wound repair, involving the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue
Created by: Alyshia