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Integ D/C

TermDefinition
Bowen disease
Form of intraepidermal carcinoma (squamous cell) Red brown scaly or crusted lesions
Lentigo Small brown explodes by sun exposure middle aged or older person
Erythema Redness of skin caused by swelling capillaries.
Pruritus Intense itching
Purpura Any severe bleeding disorders hemorrhage into tissues
Verruca Epidermal growth caused by virus Wart
Urticaria Allergic station of the skin red elevated patches Hives
Petechia Minute, pinpoint hemorrhage under the skin
Impetigo Bacterial skin infection isolated pustules crusted and rupture
Chloasma Pigmentary skin discoloration yellowish brown patches or spots
Psoriasis Chronic skin disease red patches thick dry silvery scales Excessive basal layer
Created by: Nachure18