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-epitelial
-lines open body cavaties
-resp/dig/urinary/repro tract
-lining;secretion; absorption; lubrication
mucuos membrane
-epithelial
-lines closed body cavities
-helps organs slide; covers outside organs
serous membrane
-epithelial
-skin
-protects body
cutaneous membrane
-connective
-lines fibrous capsules surrounding joints
-smooth surface; secretes lubricating fluid; cushions organs
synovial membrane
-epithelial cells
-not in contact w/ basement membrane
-develop lesions
-mestastasizes
Squamos Cell Carcinoma
-cells of lowest level of epidermis invade dermis and hypodermis
-exposed areas develop ulcer
-slow to mestastasize
Basal Cell Carcinoma
-rare but often deadly cancer of pigment producing cells
Malignant Melanoma
-full thickness burn
-epidermal/dermal layers destroyed
-skin is blanched
third degree burn
-blisters form
second degree burn
-epidermal damage, redness, and some (brief) pain
first degree burn
-epidermal and some dermal damage
-pain
-regeneration is possible
second degree burn
-regeneration impossible
-requires grafting
third degree burn
-pain absent because nerve endings in area are destroyed
third degree burn
Skin Color depends on...
1) amount/kind of melanin
2) amount of carotene in stratum corneum/subcutaneous tissues
3) amount of oxygen-rich hemoglobin in dermal blood vessels
athlete's foot
fungal infection
boils & carbuncles
bacterial infection
cold sores
virus
contact dermatitis
exposure causes allergic reaction
impetigo
bacterial infection
psoriasis
cause is unknown
(triggered by trauma, stress, or infection)
-projections called dermal papillae (fingerprints)
-pain receptors
-capillary loops
Papillary Layer
-blood vessels
-glands
-nerve receptors
Reticular Layer
-abdominal cavity
Peritoneum
-around the lungs
Pleura
-around the heart
Pericardium
-brown, black, yellow
Melanin
-orange/yellow pigment from some vegetables
Carotene
-red coloring from blood cells in dermis capillaries
-oxygen content determines extent of red coloring
Hemoglobin