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Flashcards in Integument Deck (25):
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What does the integument comprise of?

Skin, nails, hair, sweat glands, sebaceous glands.

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What are some of the functions of the integument?

Protection Prevent loss of water Temp regulation Metabolic regulation Immune Defense Sensory receptors Excretion by means of secretion.

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What are the 3 layers of skin and what are they made up of?

1. Epidermis: Epithelial tissue 2. Dermis: Connective tissue 3. Hypodermis: Connective tissue, but not a part of the integument.

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What are the epidermal Layers? What is the acronym?

1. Stratum Corneum 2. Lucidum 3. Granulosum 4. Spinosum 5. Basale Can Loud Girls Sing Base

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What are the cell types of the epidermis, what do they do?

1. Keratinocytes: Most of the cells 2. Epidermal Dendritic Cells: Antigen presenting cells 3. Tactile cells: sensory cells 4. Melanocytes: Melanin producing

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What can impact skin color?

Hemoglobin, melanin, and carotene

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Hemangioma?

Benign tumor of blood vessals.

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Vitaligo?

Depigmentation, melanocytes die or fail to make melanin

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What are the two layers of the dermis? What are they made up of?

1. Papilary Layer, Areolar connective tissue, small vessels 2. Reticular (dense), very vascular irregular Connective tissue

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What are Striae?

Torn collagen (stretch marks)

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What are cleavage lines?

Orientation of collagen bundles.

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What are alternate names for the hypodermis? What is its function?

Subcutaneous tissue or Superficial Fascia. It anchors skin to underlying structures, thermal insulation, energy reservoir.

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What are nails?

Scale-like modifications of the epidermis made of hard keratin

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What are the types of hair?

1. Lanugo (fetal) 2. Vellus (fine hair covering most of body) 3. Terminal (head, armpit..)

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What are sebaceous glands?

Oil glands that produce sebum.

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What are Sudoriferous glands? What are the two types?

Sweat glands. 1. Merocrine: Produce watery sweat 2. Apocrine: Produce fatty/protein sweat (armpits)

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What are 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree burns?

1st. Damages epidermis 2nd. Epidermis and part of dermis. 3rd. Damages entire epi and dermis, and deeper...

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What is the rule of 9's?

helps asses degree/percentage of burns quickly on the body.

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What is Basal Cell Carcinoma? How dangerous?

Cancer that originates in stratum basale. Lease dangerous type.

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What is squamous cell carcinoma?

Arises from keratinocytes.

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Malignant Melanoma?

Most dangerous skin cancer arises from melanocytes.

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What is the ABCD rule of melanoma recognition?

A= Asymmetry B= Border C=Color D=Diameter

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