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adipose
fatty
androgen
generic term for an agent, hormone
dorsal
pertaining to the back or posterior
ductule
a very small duct
hypodermis
subcutaneous layer below the dermis
integument
covering of the skin, consisting of the epidermis and dermis or corium
systemic
pertaining to the entire body
top level of the epidermis
stratum corneum
lower level of the epidermis
stratum germinativum
a hard protein material found in the epidermis
keratin
another word for dermis
corium
corioum
another word for dermis
sudiferous glands
produce sweat
produce sweat
sudiferous glands
sebaceous glands
oil glands
sebaceous glands
oil glands
sebum
oily secretion produced by the sebaceous glands
nail bed
what the nail is grown on
nail body
actual big part of the nail
lunula
half moon white thing at the beginning of the nail
cuticle
the thin piece of skin that protects the beginning of the nail
adip/o
lip/o
steat/o
fat
cutane/o
dermat
derm
skin
hidr
sudor
sweat
ichthy
dry, scaly
kerat
horny tissue
melan
black
myc
fungus
onych
ungu
pil
trich
scler
hardening
seb
sebum, sebaceous
squam
scale
xen
foreign, strange
xer
dry
-cyte
cell
-derma
skin
-logist
specialist
-logy
study of
-therapy
treatment
an-
without, not
dia-
through, across
epi-
above, upom
homo-
some
hyper-
excessive,, above normal
sub-
under, below
burn- skin redness, acute sensitivity (sunburn, hot water)
first degree burn
burn- deep burn tha damage epidermis and dermis, fluid filled blisters
second degree burn
burn- epidermis and dermis are destroyed, skin is waxy and charred, ulcerating wounds develop
third degree burn
abscess
walled cavity containing pus surrounded by inflamed or necrotic tissue