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Chapter 12 Disease & disorders of the skin*
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Fingers. Vesicles. Steroids
Vesiculobullous hand eczema
inflammatory disease of follicles of sebaceous glands, mainly in adolescents Ex: pimples and zits; Pilosebaceous glands
Scabies known as sarcoptes scaveie
__________symptoms show as threadlike red nodules at the inner wrist, elbows, between fingers, and in axilla. Pruritus is worse at night. Burrows. Spares head. appear as threadlike red nodules that often occurs at skin foldscat the inner wrist, elbows, between fingers, and in axilla. Cause is skin to skin contact & fomites; caused by the itch mite
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Ulcer that fails to heal; invasive tumor, metastatic potential, common in caucasian men over 60 (bad cancer) invasive tumor with metastatic potention (can spread)
______is a malignant cancerous lesion exhibiting some of the ABCDE characteristics. Peak of incidence 50-70 year olds. four clinical types, major cause exposure to the sun. black tumor of the skin
_______is a bacterial spreading infection that causes inflammation of skin and subcutaneous tissue. Caused by Staph. Strep. Deep infection. Purulence MRSA.
Bacterial infection; Honey crusted plaques; small red macule becomes a vesicle and then changes into a pustule with yellow crust and outer rim
__________is the loss of hair usually on scalp, two types 1. scarring, irreversible 2. nonscarring, reversible
_______________is a temporary hair loss.
____________ is limited to small patches of hair loss
Male pattern baldness
________is the most common for of hair loss, affects men over 30, gender linked trait from mother
Basal cell carcinoma
________ is a slow growing skin tumor, area of abundant sebaceous follicles, common in persons over 40, blond and fair skinned
_______________is caused by a fungus and appears as a flat lesion that can be dry and scaly or moist and crusty; outer ring with clear center.
A ________ is a thickened scar; excess scar tissue
___presents as a bull's eye rash and a bite site; tick-borne disease
________ shows as oval, grayish, dandruff appearing flecks, itching scalp, matted hair ex: headlice; female louse lays eggs close to scalp and they hatch in 6-10 days.
__________is a condition of excessive body hair on females and children, in an adult male growth pattern.
red, dry, itching, and scaly skin; acute and chronic, often producing watery discharge; noncontagious skin disease, acute or chronic.
A __________ is a deep abscess involving several follicles with MULTIPLE drainage points.
infection of hair follicle with pustule
___________ causes contact dermatitis from poison ivy plant.
changes of skin appearance caused by conditions of skin
Mole Vs. Melanoma
Mole: has regular, symmetrical Shape, distinct Border, consistent Color, 6 mm or less in Diameter, Development may have always had it.
dry skin, redness, itching, edema, scaling; term for any inflammation of the skin
______________ are rough, elevated, rounded surface, especially on the hands and fingers, and in axilla; also known as warts; benign (non cancerous) viral infection of the skin;
cold sores or blisters on the mouth or face
____________ hard, painful nodules that develop over time and then rupture and release pus and dead cells through ONE drainage point; boils
Herpes simplex TYPE 1
cold sore (mouth and nasal area)
Herpes Simplex TYPE II
shingles or chickenpox; eruption of vesicles
______________ is acne on older, middle aged fair skinned men & women; chronic skin eruption that makes the face look flushed
Precancerous SQUAMOUS CELL Actinic Keratosis
Brown-dirty, rough, coarse sand paper on face, remnplesm vermilion borders ears, forearms, hands, shins, popular.
How long do the scabies fomites stay alive on fomites for?
Bed Bugs present as painless bites
_______and appear as a wheal with central hemorrhagic punctum
spider bite from brown recluse (isosceles reclusa)
___results in a mild erythematous lesion that became firm and had heat over several days to weeks.
Black widow bite!
1 hour later will have a target type lesion. Swelling and diffuse muscle cramps
distinct raised wheals surrounded by reddened areas; usually itches; hives, product of an allergic reaction
____is the loss of skin's pigmientation; patients can have spontaneous re-pigmentation. Macular 5mm-5 cm or more, irregular, flat pale white with distinct margins
little or no pigmentation; condition in which there are no melanocytes to provide color to skin, white appearance
_____is a chronic inflammatory condition that is recurrent, with alternating periods of remission or increased severity; characterized by red papules, silvery scales.
abnormal patches of white skin
Benign, fatty tumor.
bluish tint due to the lack of oxygen of the nail beds or lips
Systemic lupus erythematosus
autoimmune disease often characterized by a red butterfly rash on the face.
a yellow discoloration of the skin from a liver disorder.
condition of extremely dry skin
abnormal fungal infection of the nails.
hardening of skin
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