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Disease-related death of tissue?
Necrosis
Ingrown Nail?
Onychocryptosis
Softening of the nails?
Onychomalacia
Fungal infection of the nails?
Onychomycosis
Abnormal behavior of nail biting/eating?
Onychophagia
Abnormal thickening of the skin?
Pachyderma
Infection around the nail?
Paronychia
Infestation of the hair & skin with lice?
Pediculosis
A chronic skin condition that looks like red lesions covered with silvery scales?
Psoriasis
Skin eruption caused by the female itch mite, which burrows into the skin to extract blood;this disorder causes mild dermatitis?
Scabies
Thickening of the skin caused by swelling/thickening of fibrous connective tissue?
Scleroderma
Sebaceous gland hyperactivity, resulting in excessive discharge of sebum?
Seborrhea
A skin cancer arising from the epidermis, usually appearing as a firm,red elevation with scales;grow slow,but can spread?
Squamous cell carcinoma
Chronic inflammatory disease of connective tissue affecting the skin & many other organs;looks like red patches on the face & joint pain & called lupus?
Systemic lupus
A fungal infection of the skin;also called ringworm?
Tinea
Fungus on the hair surface?
Trichomycosis
A condition in which a loss of pigment-producing cells results in whitish areas of skin?
Vitiligo
Abnormally dry skin?
Xeroderma