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Large dermal exocrine glands located in the axilla and genital areas. It secretes sweat that, in action with bacteria, is responsible for human body odor

Apocrine sweat gland

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Deepest region of epidermis

Basal layer

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Most numerous sweat- producing exocrine gland in the skin

Eccrine sweat gland

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Hard protein material found in the epidermis, hair and nails

Keratin

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Half moon-shaped whitish area at the base of a nail

Lunula

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Skin pigment.

Melanin

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Soft tissue surrounding the nail border

Paronychium

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Oil secreting gland in the dermis that is associated with hair follicles

Sebaceous gland

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Flat, scale like cells composing the epidermis

Squamous epithelium

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Arranged in layers

Stratified

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A layer of cells

Stratum

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Outermost layer of the epidermis consists of flattened keratinized cells

Stratum corneum

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Innermost layer of skin containing fat tissue

Subcutaneous layer

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Fat

Adip/o

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White

Albin/o

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Burn, burning

Caus/o

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Heat, burn

Cauter/o

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Profuse sweating

Diaphor/o

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Sweat

Hidr/o

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Dry, scaly

Ichthy/o

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Hard

Kerat/o

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Black

Melan/o

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Fungus

Myc/o

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Nail

Onych/o

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Plant

Phyt/o

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Hair

Pil/o

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Wrinkle

Rhytid/o

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Sebum

Seb/o

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Scale like

Squam/o

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Hair

Trich/o

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Nail

Ungu/o

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Yellow

Xanth/o

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Dry

Xer/o

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Collection of dried serum and cellular debris

Crust

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Wearing away or loss of epidermis

Erosion

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Groove or crack like sore

Fissure

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Flat lesion measuring less than 1 cm in diameter

Macule

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Solid,round or oval elevated lesion 1 cm or more in diameter

Nodule

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Small solid elevation of the skin

Papule

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Growth extending from the surface of mucous membrane

Polyp

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Papule containing pus

Pustule

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Open sore on the skin or mucous membranes

Ulcer

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Small collection of clear fluid, blister

Vesicle

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Smooth edematous papule or plaque that is redder of paler than the surrounding skin

Wheal

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Bluish- purplish mark on the skin

Ecchymosis

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Small pinpoint hemorrhage

Petechia

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Itching

Pruritus

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Diffuse acute infection of the skin marked by local heat, redness, pain, and swelling

Cellulitis

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Inflammatory skin disease with erythematous, papulovesicular, or papalosquamus lesions

Eczema

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Rash of the skin due to viral infection

Exanthematous viral diseases

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Death tissue associated with loss of blood supply

Gangrene

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Bacterial inflammatory skin disease characterized by vesicles, pustules, and crusted over lesions

Impetigo

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Chronic recurrent dermatosis marked by itchy, scaly, red plaques covered by silvery gray scales

Psoriasis

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Contagious, parasitic infection of skin with intense pruritus

Scabies

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Chronic progressive disease of the skin and internal organs with hardening and shrinking of ct

Scleroderma

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Chronic autoimmune inflamm disease of collagen in skin, jts, and internal organs

Systemic lupus erthematosus (SLE)

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Infection of skin by a fungus

Tinea

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Acute allergic reaction in which red, round wheals develop on the skin

Urticaria (hives)

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Loss pigment in areas of the skin

Vitiligo

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Increased growth of cells in the keratin layer of the epidermis caused by pressure or friction

Callus

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Excess hypertrophied, thickened scar developing after trauma or surgical incision

Keloid

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Thickened and rough lesion of the epidermis, associated with aging or skin damage

Keratosis

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White thickened patches on mucous membrane tissue of here tongue or cheek

Leukoplakia

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Pigmented lesion of skin

Nevus, nevi

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Epidermal growth(wart) caused by a virus

Verruca, verrucae

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Malignant tumor of basal cell layer of the epidermis

Basal cell carcinoma

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Malignant tumor of squamous epithelial cells in the epidermis

Squamous cell carcinoma

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Cancerous growth composed of melanocytes

Malignant melanoma

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Malignant, vascular, neoplastic growth characterized by cutaneous nodules

Kaposi sarcoma

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Samples of skin are examined for presence of microorganisms

Bacterial analyses

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Scrapings from skin lesions, hair specimens, or nail clippings are sent to a lab for culture and microscopic exam

Fungal tests

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Use of subfreezing temperature achieved with liquid nitrogen application to destroy tissue

Cryosurgery

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Use of a sharp dermal curette to scrape away a skin lesions

Curettage

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Tissue is destroyed by burning with an electric spark

Electrodesiccation

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Thin layers of malignant tissue are removed and each slice is examined under a microscope to check for adequate extent of the resection

Mohs surgery

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Suspected malignant skin lesions are removed and examined microscopically by a pathologist

Skin biopsy

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Substances are injected intradermally or applied to the skin and results are observed

Skin test

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ABCDE

Asymmetry, border, color, diameter, evolution characteristics associated with melanoma

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Bx

Biopsy

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Derm

Dermatology

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DLE

Discoid lupus erythmatosus

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PPD

Purified protein derivative-skin test for tb

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PUVA

Psoralen-uv a light therapy- treatment for psoriasis and other skin conditions

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SLE

Systemic lupus erythematosus

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SC

Subcutaneous