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22 Cards in this Set

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Primary Skin Lesions
Macule, Patch
Papule, Plaque
Nodule, Tumor
Wheal, Urticaria (Hives)
Vesicle
Cyst
Pustule
Secondary Skin Lesion
Debris on top of skin
Crust
Scale
Break in surface of skin
Fissure
Erosion
Break in Skin Continuity
Ulcer
Excoriation
Scar
Atrophic Scar
Lichenification
Keloid
ABCDE of Skin Caner
Teach Skin Self Examination
Teach the ABCDs of Melanoma
A = asymmetry of the lesion; one half should mirror the other
B = border irregularity
C = changes in color
D = Diameter of lesion is > 6 cm (the size of a pencil eraser)
E= Elevation and enlargement
First degree burn
red, painful, blanches with pressure, no blistering (epidermal layer only)
Second degree burn
blisters, redness, pain, raw surfaces (partial thickness or to dermis layer)
Third degree burn
skin white or charred, not painful (full thickness; all skin elements destroyed)
Macule, Patch (Primary Lesion)
Papule, Plaque (Primary Lesion)
Nodule, Tumor (Primary Lesion)
Wheal, Urticaria (Hives) (Primary Lesion)
Vesicle (Primary Lesion)
Cyst (Primary Lesion)
Pustule (Primary Lesion)
Crust (Secondary Lesion) (Debris on top of skin)
Scale (Secondary Lesion) (Debris on top of skin)
Fissure (Secondary Lesion) (Break in surface of skin)
Erosion (Secondary Lesion) (Break in surface of skin)
Ulcer (Secondary Lesion) (Break in Skin Continuity)
Excoriation (Secondary Lesion) (Break in Skin Continuity)
Scar (Secondary Lesion) (Break in Skin Continuity)
Atrophic Scar (Secondary Lesion) (Break in Skin Continuity)
Lichenification (Secondary Lesion) (Break in Skin Continuity)