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M/T Integ Sys.

Integumentary System

Tinea Ringworm
Macule Freckle
Albinism Inherited - Defect in melanic matabolism
Vitiglio#Patchy destruction of the loss of malanocytes Vesicle#Blister
Scabies#Contagious - comes from itch mite - STD Adipose Tissue#Fat
Nevus#Mole Papule#Wart
Basal Cell CA (carcinoma)#Most common type of skin cancer, comes from overexposure to sunlight. Ecchymosis#Bruise
Verruca#Wart Crustation#Scab
Psoriasis#Chronic skin condition with no cure Decubitus Ulcer#Bed sore
Cicatrix#Scar Excoriation#Superficial loss of tissue
Comedo#Typical small skin lesion of acne - closed, whitehead Hidrosis#Abnormal sweating
Dermatocytosis#Infection of skin from fungus Debridement#Removal of dead tissue from a wound
Eczema#Chronic skin condition - inflammation Eschar#Scar tissue damaged from burn
Keratosis#Thickened area of the epidermis or any horny growth on the skin (callus) Laceration#Tearing of body tissue
Lesion#Area of pathologically altered tissue Pallor#Paleness
Pruritis#Intense itching Ulcer#Open wound
Urticaria#Allergic reaction w/eruption of pale red, elevated patches called wheals (hives) F.S.# Frozen Section
Created by: RWcisel