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ADEN/O
IN RELATIONSHIP TO A GLAND
ADIP/O
FAT
ALBIN/O
WHITE
AUT/O
SELF
BI/O
LIFE
CAUTER/O
BURN
CRYPT/O
HIDDEN
CUTANE/O
SKIN
CYAN/O
BLUE
DERM/O DERMAT/O
SKIN
EOSIN/O
ROSY
ERYTHEM/O
RED
ERYTHR/O
RED
HETER/O
DIFFERENT
HIDR/O
SWEAT
ICHTHY/O
DRY/SCALY
JAUND/O
YELLOW
KERAT/O
HARD
LIP/O
FAT
LUTE/O
YELLOW
MALAN/O
BLACK
MYC/O
FUNGUS
NECR/O
DEATH
ONYCH/O
NAIL
PACHY/O
THICK
PIL/O
HAIR
POLI/O
GRAY MATTER
RHYTID/O
WRINKLE
RUBE/O
RED
SEB/O
SEBUM/OIL
STAPHYL/O
CLUSTERS
STEAT/O
FAT
STREPT/O
TWISTED CHAIN
TRICH/O
HAIR
UNGU/O
NAIL
XANTH/O
YELLOW
XER/O
DRY
EPI
ON/UPON
HYPER
OVER
HYPO
UNDER
INTRA
WITHIN
PARA
BESIDE
PER
THROUGH
PERI
SURROUNDING
SUB
UNDER
COCCUS
SPHERICAL BACTERIUM
ECTOMY
REMOVAL
IA
CONDITION
MALACIA
SOFTENING
OPSY
VIEW OF
PLASTY
SURGICAL REPAIR
RRHEA
DISCHARGE
TOME
AN INSTRUMENT TO CUT
TOMY
TO CUT
BX
BIOPSY
CA
CANCER
DERM
DERMATOLOGY
I&D
INCISION AND DRAINAGE
SUBQ, SQ, SC
SUBCUTANEOUS
ABSENCE
WITHOUT
ADIPOSE
FATTY
ALBINISM
LACK OF COLOR OR PIGMENTG
ALLOGRAFT
HOMOGRAFT, SAME SPECIES GRAFT
ALOPECIA
CONDITION IN WHICH HAIR FALLS OUT
ANHIDROSIS
DEFICIENCY OF SWEAT
AUTOGRAFT
FROM PATIENT'S OWN BODY
AVULSION
RIPPING OR TEARING AWAY OF PART EITHER SURGICALLY OR ACCIDENTALLY
BIOPSY
REMOVAL OF A SMALL PIECE OF LIVING TISSUE FOR DIAGNOSTIC PURPOSES
CAUSALGIA
BURNING PAIN
COLLAGEN
PROTEIN SUBSTANCE OF SKIN
DEBRIDEMENT
CLEANSING OF OR REMOVAL OF DEAD TISSUE FROM A WOUND
DELAYED FLAP
PEDICLE OF SKIN WITH BLOOD SUPPLY THAT IS SEPARATED FROM ORIGIN OVER TIME
DERMABRASION
PLANING OF THE SKIN BY MEANS OF SANDER, BRUSH OR SANDPAPER
DERMATOLOGIST
PHYSICIAN WHO TREATS CONDITIONS OF THE SKIN
DERMOPLASTY
SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE SKIN
ELECTROCAUTERY
CAUTERIZATION BY MEANS OF A HEATED INSTRUMENT
EPIDERMOLYSIS
LOOSENING OF THE EPIDERMIS
EPIDERMOMYCOSIS
SUPERFICIAL FUNGAL INFECTION
EPITHELIUM
SURFACE COVERING OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ORGANS OF THE BODY.
ERYTHEMA
REDNESS OF THE SKIN
ESCHAROTOMY
SURGICAL INCISION INTO NECROTIC DEAD TISSUE
FISSURE
CLEFT OR GROOVE
FREE FULL-THICKNESS GRAFT
GRAFT OF EPIDERMIS AND DERMIS THAT IS COMPLETELY REMOVED FROM DONOR AREA
FURUNCLE
NODULE IN THE SKIN CAUSED BY STAPHYLOCOCCI ENTERING THROUGH THE HAIR FOLLICLE
HEMATOMA
A LOCALIZED COLLECTION OF BLOOD, USUALLY THE RESULT OF A BREAK IN A BLOOD VESSEL
ICHTHYOSIS
SKIN DISORDER CHARACTGERIZED BY SCALING
INCISE
TO CUT INTO
ISLAND PEDICLE FLAP
CONTAINS A SINGLE ARTERY AND VEIN THAT REMAINS ATTACHED TO ORIGIN TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY
LEUKODERMA
DEPIGMENTATION OF THE SKIN
LEUKOPLAKIA
WHITE PATCH ON MUCOUS MEMBRANE
LIPOCYTE
FAT CELL
LIPOMA
FATTY TUMOR
MELANIN
DARK PIGMENT OF THE SKIN
MELANOMA
TUMOR OF EPIDERMIS, MALIGNANT AND BLACK IN COLOR
MOHS' SURGERY OR MOHS' MICROGRAPHIC SURGERY
REMOVAL OF SKIN CANCER IN LAYERS BY A SURGEON WHO ALSO ACTS AS A PATHOLOGIST DURING SURGERY
MUSCLE FLAP
TRANFER OF MUSCLE FROM ORIGIN TO RECIPIENT SITE
NEUROVASCULAR FLAP
CONTAINS ARTERY, VEIN, AND NERVE
PEDICLE
GROWTH ATTACHED WITH A STEM
PILOSEBACEOUS
PERTAINS TO HAIR FOLLICLES AND SEBACEOUS GLANDS
SEBACEROUS GLAND
SECRETES SEBUM
SEBORRHEA
EXCESS SEBUM SECRETION
SEBUM
OILY SUBSTANCE
SPLIT-THICKNESS GRAFT
ALL EPIDERMIS AND SOME OF THE DERMIS
STEATOMA
FAT MASS IN SEBACEOUS GLAND
STRATIFIED
LAYERED
STRATUM (STRATA)
LAYER
SUBUNGUAL
BENEATH THE NAIL
XANTHOMA
TUMOR COMPOSED OF CELLS CONTAINING LIPID MATERIAL, YELLOW IN COLOR
XENOGRAFT
DIFFERENT SPECIES GRAFT
XERODERMA
DRY, DISCOLORED,SCALY SKIN
A PIMPLE IS AN EXAMPLE OF A
PUSTULE
A STAGE III ULCER INVOLVES WHAT LEVEL OF SKIN INVOLVEMENT
FULL THICKNESS LOSS OF SKIN (UP TO BUT NOT THROUGH THE FASCIA
THIS TYPE OF DERMATITIS MAY BE EXOGENOUS OR ENDOGENOUS AND IS COMMON IN CHILDREN AND INFANTS
SEBORRHEIC
PSORIASIS, PITYRIASIS AND LICHEN PLANUS ARE 3 TYPES OF THIS DISORDER
PAPULOSQUAMOUS DISORDERS
THIS CONDITION BEGINS WITH A HERALD SPOT
PITYRIASIS
THIS SKIN INFECTION IS CAUSED BY GROUP A BETA HEMOLYTIC STREPOCOCCI AND THE LESIONS APPERS OF FIRM RED SPORTS WITH ITHCING, BURNING AND TENDERNESS
ERYSIPELAS
THIS TYPE OF HERPES PRODUCES COLD SORES
HERPES SIMPLEX
THIS CONDITION IS CAUSED BY THE HUMAN PAPILOMAVIRUS
VARRUCAE (WARTS)
THIS TYPE OF TUMOR OCCURS IN THE HAIR FOLLICLES
KARATOMACANTHOMA
THIS TYPE OF SUPERFICIAL CARCINOMA IS RARELY METASTATIC
SQUAMOUS CELL
THIS IS THE OUTERMOST LAYER OF THE SKIN
EPIDERMIS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A PART OF THE SKIN OR ACCESSORY ORGANS
1. HAIR
2. SEBACEOUS GLAND
3. NAIL
4. HAVERSIAN
HAVERSIAN
THIS PREFIX MEANS BESIDE
PARA
THIS COMBINING FORM MEANS HAIR
TRICH/O
THE LUNULA IS THE
NARROW BAND OF EPIDERMIS AT THE BASE OF THE NAIL
THE SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE
HYPODERMIS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING COMBINING FORMS DOES NOT REFER TO A COLOR
PACHY/O
THIS TERM MEANS THE SURGICAL INCISION INTO DEAD TISSUE
ESCHAROTOMY
THIS SUFFIX MEANS SURGICAL REPAIR
PLASTY
THE SOFT TISSUE AROUND THE NAIL BORDER IS THE
PARONYCHIUM