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xanthoderma
yellow skin
necrosis
abnormal condition of death
onychia
infected nailbed
erythema
redness or flushing of the skin
Subcutaneous
under the skin
necrosis
tissue death
onychomalacia
softening of the nail/ nails
dermatopathy
skin disease
systemic lupus erythematosus
chronic disease of the connective tissue that injures the skin , joints, kidneys, nervous system, and mucous membranes. May produce a charateristic butterfly rash across the cheeks and nose
onychophagia
nail eating or biting
epidermal
upon the skin
pyogenic
pus forming
onychomycosis
abnormal condition of nail fungus
scleroderma
hard skin
xeroderma
dry skin
pruritus
severe itching
dermatplasty
sugical repair of the skin
frostbite
freezing or the effect of freezing a part of the body
trichomycosis
abnormal condition of hair fugus
lipectomy
excision of fat
dermatology
study of the skin
dermatome
instrument to cut the skin
erythroderma
red skin
diaphoresis
profuse sweating
onychectomy
excision of a nail
Hypodermic
under the skin
purpura
hemorrhages into the skin and mucous membranes
acne
inflammatory disease of the sebaceous glands and hair follicles that result in pustules
gangrene
death of tissue , usually due to deficient blood supply
ulcer
open sore or lesion in skin or mucous membranes
vitiligo,leukoderm
disapperance of pigment from the skin in patches , causing a milk-white appearance
pemphigus vulgaris
blisters forming in the skin and mucous membranes
lipoma
fatty growth
pediculosis
infestation of lice
sebaceous cyst
sac under the skin filled with sebum or oil
petechiae
flat, pinpoint, purplish spots from bleeding under the skin
hirsutism
excessive hair growth over the body
hyperpigmentation
abnormal amount of pigment in the skin
alopecia
absence or loss of hair , especially of the head
cicatrix
a scar
dermatographia
skin writing
depigmentation
loss of normal skin color or pigment
rhytidectomy
excision of wrinkles
ungual
pertaining to the nails
seborrhea
oily discharge
paronychia
(diseased ) condition around the nail
seborrhea
excessive discharge of sebum
shingles
eruption of vesicles along a nerve
melanoma
black tumor
dermatologist
specialist in skin diseases
intradermal
within the skin
leukoderma
white skin
dermatofibroma
fibrous skin tumor
dermatitis
inflammation of the skin
pachyderma
thick skin
ecchymosis
skin discoloration due to a clot or bruise