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What are the 2 layers of the skin?
dermis and epidermis
What are the types of cells in the epidermis?
epithelial cells, melanocytes, karatinocytes
what kind of cells are in the dermis?
fibroblasts, marcophages, mast cells, and plasmas cells
what does the dermis contain
hair follicles, blood vessels, nerves, and glands
Subcutaneous tissue
connects the dermis to inner structures and provides insulation.
what kind of cells are in the nail and cuticle?
keratinized epithelial cells
cry/o
cold
leuk/o
white
papill/o
nipple-like
scler/o
hardening
xer/o
dry
-ism
process
-ium
structure
-um
structure
-sis
state of; condition
albin/o
white
adip/o
fat
bi/o
life
cutane/o
skin
cyan/o
blue
derm/o; dermat/o
skin
diaphor/e
profuse sweating
epitheli/o
covering
erythemat/o
red
hidr/o
sweat
kerat/o
hard; hornlike
keratin/o
hard; hornlike
lip/o
fat
melan/o
black
myc/o
fungus
necr/o
death
onych/o
nail
pil/o
hair
py/o
pus
ras/o
scrape
rhytid/o
wrinkle
seb/o
sebum
steat/o
fat
ungu/o
nail
-dermis; -derma
skin
erythr/o
red
aden/o
gland
melan/o
black
-therapy
treatment
bx
biopsy
SC
subcutaneous
subq
subcutaneous
subcut
subcutaneous
UV
ultraviolet