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What is the Top Layer of Skin?
Epidermis
What is the Second layer of skin?
Dermis
What is the Third Layer of Skin?
Subcutaneous Tissue
Outermost cellular layer of skin is compused of this?
Squamous Epithelium
These Cells that are flat and scale like?
Squamous Epithelial
This is know as the Deepest Layer, and its Always Growing and Multiplying
Basal Layer
These are Special Cells in the Epidermis
Melanocytes
This is the medical term for Pigment (black or brown)
Melanin
People who incapable of forming Melanin are called this
Albino
AKA True Skin
Dermis
This part of the shin is compose of blood\lymph vessels\nerve fibers and accessory orgains of the skin
Dermis
Means glue is a fabrous protein material found in bone, cartlage, tendons
Collagen
Fat Cells
Lipocytes
This is a A semilunar (half-moon) white region at the base of the nail plate found in the thumbnail
Lunula
A narrow band of epidermis at the base and sides of the nail plate
Cuticle
An oil substance that is produced by the glands
Sebum
Tiny coiled glands found on almost all body surfaces, 2 million in the body
Sweat Glands
A tiny opening on the surface of the skin.
Pore
Full of Fat
ADIPOSE
Condition of White Skin
ALBINISM
Intense Burning Pain
CAUSALGIA
Surgical Repair of the Skin
DERMATOPLATY
Study of Skin\Disorders
DERMATOLOGIST
Srcaping Away of Skin
DERMABRASION
Condition of Profuse Sweating
DIAPHORESIS
Redness of the Skin
ERYTEMIA
Abnormal Condition of Dry Scaly Skin
ICHTHYOSIS
Seperation of the Nail Plate from the Nail
ONYCHOLYSIS
Abnormal Fungal Condition of the Nail
ONYCHOMYCOSIS
Inflammation and Swelling of the Skin Around The Nail
PARONYCHIA
Abnormal Fungal Condition of the Skin?
DERMATOPHYTOSIS
Abnormal Fungal Condition of the Hair
TRICHOMYCOSIS
Pertaining to the Under the Nail
SUBUNGUAL
Dry Skin
XERODERMA
Thick-Walled Closed Sac Or Pouch containing Fulid or Semisolid Material
CYST
Discolored Often Reddened Flat Leassions (AKA Freckles, Tattoo Marks, Flat Moles
MACULE
Small Elevation of the Skin Containing Pus ( A Pustule is a Small ABSCESS)
PUSTULE
Abnormal Condition Of The Skin?
DERMATOMYCOSIS
Open Sore On The Skin or Mucous Membrane
ULCER
AKA BedSores. Cause By Pressure that Results From Laying in one Position
DECUBITUS ULCERS
Small Collection of Clear Fluid (SERUM) Blister
VESICLE
Abstance of Hair from areas where it Normally Grows
ALOPECIA
A Small Pinpoint Hemorrhage
PETECHIA
ITCHING, Associated with most forms of Dermatitis and with other condition
PRURITUS
This is a Sebum Plug partially blobking the pore
BLACKHEAD\COMEDO
Superficial Epidermal Lesion
FIRST DEGREE BURN
Partial Thickness, Epidermal and Dermal lesions
SECOND DEGREE
Full Thickness Durn, Epidermis and Dermal are Distroyed
THIRD DEGREE
Inflammation Skin Disease With Erythematous, Papulovesicular Lesions
ECZEMA
Rash, Example German Measles, Rubeola, Varicella(ChickenPox)
EXANTHEMATOUS VIRAL DISEASES
Bactrtial inflammatory skin disease characterized by vesicles, pustules, and crusted-over lesion
IMPETIGO
Chronic recurrent dermatosis marked by itchy, scaly, red plaques covered by silvery gray scales
PSORIASIS
A contagious parastic infection of the skin with intense pruritus
SCABIES
Chronic inflammation disease of collagen in the skin, joints and of the internal organs
SYSTEMIC LUPUS
Infection of the skin caused by fungus
TINEA
Loss of Pigmant in area of the skin (white patches on the skin)
VITILIGO
Is AKA LEUKODERMA
VITILIGO
Increased growth of cell in the Keratin Layer Of the Epridermis cause by Pressure or Friction
CALLUS
Hypertrophied thickness scar that occurs after truma or surgical incision
KELOID
Thickened area of the epidermis
KERATOSIS
Pigmented lesion of the skin (Include dilated blood vessels, hemangioman and mole)
NEVUS
Malignant Tumor of the Basel Cell Layer Of the Epidermis
Basal Cell Carcinoma
This Layes of Malignant growth are removed and each is examined under a microscope
Mohs Surgery
The Reaction of the bodys to a substance by observing the results of injecting the sunstance
Skin Test