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HLHS 101 CH 3

TermDefinition
adip/o, lip/o, steat/o fat
cutane/o, derm/o, dermat/o skin
pil/o, trich/o hair
hidr/o sweat
hydr/o water
squam/o scale
onych/o, ungu/o nail
ungu/o nail
seb/o, sebace/o oilj
crypt/o hidden
kerat/o hard, horny
xer/o dry
xanth/o yellow
erythr/o red
leuk/o, alb/o white
alb/o white
melan/o black
abrasion scraping away of skin
pruritus itch
macule, macula small, flat. discolored area (freckle)
papule small, solid mass
plaque solid mass on skin surface
nodule solid mass that extends deeper into the skin
vesicle small blister
petechia small bruise
echymosis larger bruise
keloid overgrowth of scar tissue
nevus mole
ichthy/o fish
tinea fungal condition often called ringworm
autograft skin transplant take from patient's body auto=self
homograft, allograft skin transplant taken from patient's own species
heterograft, xenograft skin transplant taken from another/foreign species
heter/o other, different
xen/o strange, foreign (matter)
hydradenitis sweat gland inflammation
dermatitis skin inflammation
acne vulgaris clogged hair follicle - pimple
intradermal inside skin (TB test)
percutaneous through skin pertaining to
rhytidoplasty wrinkle repair
ABCDE Assymetry, border, color, diameter, evolving
ID intradermal
Bx biopsy
Created by: spritle