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first degree burns
superficial epidermal lesions no blisters
second degree burns
epidermal and dermal lesions erythema and blisters
third degree burns
epidermis and dermis destroyed subcutaneous layer damaged charred and white
frostbite
cold injury
albinism
inherited condition defective melanin production
alopecia
also known as male pattern baldness
aphthous stomatitis
canker sores white lesions on mucous membrane
lichen planus
benign but pruritic skin conditin appear on arms and legs purple and white
hyperhidrois
profuse sweating
pressure ulcers
bedsores cellular necrosis
gangrene
death of tissue associated with loss of blood supply
scleroderma
progressive disease of the skin hardening and shrinking of connective tissue
urticaria
hives round red wheals due to severe allergic reaction
cutaneous ulcers
pressure ulcer
statis ulcer
open sore
ecchymosis
black and blue mark on the skin
petechia
small pinpoint hemorrhage
pruritus
itching
purpura
small hemorrhage on the skin less than one cm
xanthoma
yellow firm nodules found on elbow knees and buttocks
xanthelasma
yellow patches on eyelids due to high cholesterol levels
cafe-au-lait spots
hyper pigmented oval patches look like coffee stains
portwine stain
blood vessel affecting less than 1% of population looks like wine stain on face or body