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ch. 10 wilkins

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Little white or reddish ulcer aphtha
outer scab like layer of solid matter formed by drying of a body exudate or secretion crust
closed, epithelial-lined sac, normal or pathologic, that contains fluid or other material cyst
outermost and nonvascular layers of skin epidermis
the dermis or true skin just beneath the epidermis corium
soft tissue slightly depressed lesion in which the epithelium above the basal layer is denuded erosion
read area of variable size and shape; reaction to irritation, radiation, or injury erythema
growing outward exophytic
benign bony growth projecting from surface of bone exostosis
narrow slit or cleft in epidermis where infected ulceration, inflammation, and pain can result fissure
unknown etiology idiopathic
hardened; abnormally hard indurated
use of finger and thumb of same hand bidigital
use of a single finger digital
use of finger or fingers and thumb from each hand applied simultaneously in coordination bimanual
the two hands are used at same time to examine corresponding structures on opposite sides of body bilateral
lesion limited to small focal area localized
involves most of area or segment generalized
one lesion of particular type with distinct margin single lesion
more than one lesion of a particular type multiple lesions
discrete, not running together; may be arranged in clusters separate
close to each other with margins that merge coalescing
lesion above the plane of skin or mucosa, considered blisterform or nonblisterform elevated lesion
lesion that contains fluid, usually soft and translucent blisterform
blisterform lesion, small 1cm or less, this surface covering, may contain serum or mucin & appear white vesicle
blisterform lesion, may be more or less than 5mm in diameter, contains pus that gives yellowish color pustule
blisterform lesion, large/more than 1cm, filled with fluid, usually mucin or serum, may contain blood bulla
lesion that is solid and does not contain fluid nonblisterform
nonblisterform lesion, small/pinhead to 5mm in diameter, solid and may be pointed, rounded, or flat topped papule
nonblisterform lesion, larger than papule (greater than 5mm but less than 1cm) nodule
nonblisterform lesion, 2cm or greater in width, general swelling or enlargement, does not refer to neoplasm, either benign or malignant tumor
nonblisterform lesion, slightly raised with broad, flat top, usually larger than 5mm in diameter, "pasted on" appearance plaque
lesion below level of skin or mucosa depressed lesion
most depressed lesion, represent loss of continuity of epithelium, center is often gray to yellow, surrounded by red border, may result from rupture of elevated lesion ulcer
shallow, depressed lesion, does not extend through epithelium to underlying tissue erosion
lesion that is on same level as normal skin or oral mucosa, may occur as single or multiple lesions flat lesion
circumscribed area not elevated above surrounding skin or mucosa, may be identified by color, which contrasts with surrounding normal tissues macule
resembles small, nipple shaped projection or elevation papillary
loose membranous layer of exudate containing organisms, precipitated fibrin, necrotic cells, and inflammatory cells produced during inflammatory reaction o surface of tissue pseudomembrane
any mass of tissue that projects outward or upward from normal surface skin polyp
marked with points or dots differentiated from surrounding surface by color, elevation or texture punctate
bony elevation or prominence usually found on midline of hard palate torus
rough, wart-like verrucous
Created by: welchang