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epidermis the outermost layer of the skin. This layer is actually made up of five inner layers
dermis the 'corium' or true skin. the layer that has framework of elastic connective tissue and contains blood vessels
Sebaceous glands 1oil glands
alopecia baldness; a permanent hair loss on the scalp
erythema reddish color of the skin that can be caused by either burns or congestion of blood vessels
jaundice a yellow discoloration of the skin that can indicate bile in the blood as a result of liver of gallbladder disease
cyanosis bluish discoloration of the skin caused by insufficient oxygen
macules falt spots on the skin such as freckles
papules firm, raised areas such as pimples. And in some stages seen in chicken pox and syphillis
vesicles blisters, or fluid filled sacs.
crusts areas of dried pus and blood commonly on scabs
wheals itchy elevated areas with an irregular shape; hives and insect bites.
Created by: Nataliee