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A bacterial infection oh the skin characterized by red pustules formed when hair follicles become infected acne
raised bump that is a benign neoplasm (tumor) of the skin caused by viruses warts
a slow growing malignant tumor of the epidermis is the most common type of skin cancer. lesions typical of this form of skin cancer are hard, raised nodules that are usually painless. Squamous cell carcinoma
the thigh bone, which is the longest bone in the body femur
pertaining to the wrist carpals
small, shallow pan; the kneecap patella
the bones that make up the fingers and toes phalanges
the five bones that form the foot; articulate with tarsal bones proximally and the first row of toes phalanges distally metatarsals
action in which the forearm or leg and ankle supinates; opposite of pronation supination
movement in which the bottom of the foot is directed downward; this motion allows a person to stand on tiptoe plantar flexion
is the general name for many different mycoses of the skin tinea
also called furuncles, boils are most often local staphylococcal infection of hair follicles and are characterized by large, inflamed pustules boils
chronic, inflammatory skin disorder characterized by cutaneous inflammation and scaly plaques psoriasis
one of the two bones in the forearm; located on the thumb side of the forearm radius
the part of the hand between the wrist and fingers metacarpal
the second largest bone in the body; the long bone of the arm humerus
shinbone tibia
moving away from the midline of the body abduction
action in which the forearm or leg and ankle pronates; opposite of supination pronation
movement in which the top of the foot is elevated with the toes pointing upward dorsiflexion
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Created by: triciamari3ann