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Chpt 3 Derm Path


decubitus ulcer bed sore
dermatosis skin condition
dermopathy skin disease
atopic dermatitis chronic, dry, inflammatory, itchy skin disease
hypertrichosis excessive hair growth
ichthyosis scaly (fish scales) dry skin
postpartum alopecia baldness following a pregnancy
psoriasis skin condition with patches of itchy, red, scaly skin
sclerodermatitis thickening and hardening inflammation of skin
scleronychia thickening and hardening of the nails
xanthosis yellowing of the skin
actinic keratosis horny skin condition caused by sun exposure
basal cell carcinoma cancerous tumor of basal skin cells
hidradenoma tumor of the sweat gland
malignant cutaneous neoplasm harmful new formation of skin tissue
malignant melanoma harmful tumor of the melanin cells
squamous cell carcinoma cancerous tumor of the squamous skin cells
acne vulgaris inflammation of skin follicles
dermatomycosis fungal skin infection
hidradentitis inflammation of sweat glands
impetigo highly contagious bacterial infection of skin
mycodermatitis inflammation of skin caused by fungus
mycosis fungal condition
onychodystrophy poor nourishment and development of the nail
onychomycosis fungal condition of the nail
tinea fungal condition - ringworm
trichomycosis fungal condition of the hair
actinic dermatitis inflammation of skin caused by sun exposure
dermatitis inflammation of the skin
seborrheic dermatitis inflammation of skin caused by discharge of oil (sebum)
steatitis inflammation of fat tissue
Created by: JodyWitt