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the skin and all associated parts(glands, hair, and nails)
The outer layer of the skin. Composed of stratified squamous epithelium.
The inner layer of the skin. Consists of dense connective tissue that is rich with blood and...
Located below the dermis. Connective tissue layer that binds the dermis to the underlying...
Specialized epithelial cells found primarily in the epidermis. They synthesize melanin.
Provides a protective barrier to the ultraviolet radiation in sunlight.
Contains lipocytes (fat cells). Is part of the subcutaneous tissue. The amount...
Sweat glands that produce perspiration or sweat onto the surface of the skin through pores. ...
Oil glands. Referred to as exocrine glands because they excrete substances through ducts. ...
Found on nearly all parts of the body. Main purpose is protection. Insulates from...
Serve as protection from injury, aid in grasping and picking up small objects.
spicialist in the study of
a localized collection of pus in any body part.
partial or complete absense or loss of hair, baldness.
inflammation of cellular or connective tissue. Spreaded infection.
firm scar tissue that forms in the healing of a sore or wound. Scar.
Bruise. An injury in which the skin is not broken, caused by a blow to the body and characterized...
Closed sac or pouch in or under the skin, with a definate wall, that contains fluid, semifluid,...
Rash. Inflammation of the skin.
black and blue mark on the skin caused by hemorrhages in the skin from injury of by leakage...
redness or inflammation of the skin or mucous membranes resulting from dilation and congestion...
Necrosis or death of tissue. Turns black.
Inflammatory skin disease characterized by isolated pustules that become crusted and rupture.
Tissue obtained from an individual of one species for transplantation to an individual of a...
A technique used to destroy tissue by electricity, freezing, heat, or corrosive chemicals.
An overgrowth of scar tissue at the site of a wound of the skin. Often happens at the...
Wound or irregular tear of the flesh.
A wound, injury, or pathological change in body tissue.
A benign growth made up of fatty tissue, synonymous with adipoma.
Any group of malignant, darkly pigmented neoplasms that originate in the skin and are made...
A pigmented skin blemish that usually benign that may become cancerous. Mole.
Infestation with lice.
Minute or small hemorrhagic spot on the skin.
Itching, may be from allergic response.
Small elevation of skin filled with lymph or pus.
An open sore or lesion of the skin or mucous membrane accompanied by sloughing or inflamed...
An inflammation, sore, or ulcer in the skin over a bony prominence caused by impaired circulation...
superficial burn that only damages two or three layers of the epidermis. Heal in 2 to...
Affect all skin layers, including subcutaneous tissue. Center of burn may feel painless...
Excision of small piece of living tissue from an organ or other part of the body for microscopic...
Removal of dead or damaged tissue from a wound or burn site to prevent infection and to facilitate...
Skin obtained from another part of the body, or from a donor, and used to repair a defect or...
Autograft / homograft
Any tissue obtained from one part of the body and implanted at another location in the same...