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Ch 3 Flashcards

Ch 3 Flashcards-Collins

QuestionAnswer
Lip/o Fat
Steat/o Fat
Cutane\o Skin
Derm/o Skin
Dermat/o Skin
Pil/o Hair
Trich/o Hair
Hidr/o Sweat
Onych/o Nail
Ungu/o Nail
Squam/o Scale
Seb/o Oil
Sebace/o Oil
Ichthyo- Scaliness
Kerato- Horniness
Pachyo- Thickness
Xero- Dry
Rhytido- Wrinkled
Leuk/o- Whiteness
Erythr/o Redness
Xantr/o- Yellowness
Melan/o Blackness
comedo- a plugged hair follicle
macerate- to soften the skin
urticaria- swollen, raised itchy areas of the skin
dermatalgia skin pain
dermatodynia skin pain
hemathidrosis sweating blood
localized rash in one area
generalized it is spread to other areas
centrifugal started in the middle and then spread outward
centripetal started outside and then spread inward
papules raised bumps greaten than 1cm
nodules raised bump less than 1cm
plaques flat bump
vesicles less than 1 cm bump filled with clear fluid
bulla greater than 1 cm bump filled with clear fluid
pustules bump find with pus
abscesses large pustules
macules small, flat spots or freckles
patches large macules
cherry angioma raised collection of blood vessel
telangiectasia flat collection of blood vessels
petechiae small bruises
ecchymosis large bruises
cicatrix latin for scar
keloid growth of scar tissue
nevus birthmark or mole
dysplastic nevus mole that has abnormal formations or changes
verucca wart
Adip/o Fat
Created by: TeeCollins