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Hair follicle
where hair grows. Extends into dermis but techniquily in epidermis surrounded by stratum germinativum
hair papilla
where hair actually grows , stimulted by blood flow in vessels
root
hair under skin
shaft
visible hair
arector pili
muscle that causes goose bumps. Connected to follicle and dermal papille
alopecia
any sort of hair loss
Meissner's courpuscle
detects soft touch located in dermis (dermal papilla)
Pacinian Courpuscle
detects pressure located deep in dermis
free nerve endings
detect pain
sudoriferous glands
sweat glands
Eccrine
most common sweat gland, produces perspiration, pores
apocrine
found in axilary and genitilia regions, produces milky secretion
Sebaceous glands
secretes sebum. Can lead to acne if gland is blocked, opens into hair follicle
Acne Vulagaris papules, pustules
acne forms from blockage of sebaceous gland. Papules=acne pustules filled with pus
nails (lunula, root, body, cuticle, what happens to cells)
epidermal cells become keritinized. Lunula= white bottom, root under skin, cuticle skin on nail body=pink part
dermatosis
any skin disorder
dermatitis
skin disorder involving lesions
variation from normal skin, can be flat, raised or depressed abnormal tissue density from reproduction, calcification or edema
lesion
Burns (1st)
won't blister, some swelling some pain little skin damage
Burns 2nd
will blister swells pain some skin damage
Burns 3rd
massive skin damage, kills cells no pain after initial burn all cells dead
tinea
fungal infection aka athletes foot
boils
infection of hair follicles, inflamed pustules
Scabies
caused by itch mite, tiny red papules
Decubitis ulcers
bedsores caused by lack of blood to area and so lack of O2
Urticaria
hives leakage from blood vessels, due to allergic reaction, red dots called wheals