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6 terms
Skin Diseases
Blue-black spot appearing in the skin…
A chronic condition characterized by r…
Hereditary disorders characterized by…
Inherited condition, enzyme that form…
Mongolian Spot
Psoriasis
Epidermolysis Bullosa
Porphyria
Blue-black spot appearing in the skin…
Mongolian Spot
A chronic condition characterized by r…
Psoriasis
31 terms
Skin Diseases
Seborrheic keratosis (SK)
Acanthosis nigricans
Epithelial Cyst
Actinic keratosis (AK)
Clinical: ... • Tan to dark black papules... -Middle-aged to older…
Clinical:... • Most common in those of African and Hispanic des…
Clinical:... • Solitary or multiple... • Face, neck, torso... Histopa…
Clinical features:... • Small erythematous keratotic lesions on…
Seborrheic keratosis (SK)
Clinical: ... • Tan to dark black papules... -Middle-aged to older…
Acanthosis nigricans
Clinical:... • Most common in those of African and Hispanic des…
67 terms
skin diseases
Psoriasis
Xerosis
Allergic Contact Dermatitis
Atopic... Dermatitis... (Eczema)
...
...
...
...
Psoriasis
...
Xerosis
...
24 terms
Skin Diseases
alopecia
ecchymosis
petechia
acne
baldness
bruises
small pinpoint hemorrhage
eruption of the skin w/ increased sebum
alopecia
baldness
ecchymosis
bruises
13 terms
Skin diseases
Varicella-zoster virus
Herpes simplex 1 virus
Bacillus anthracis
Staphylococcus aureus
Chicken pox/ varicella, shingles
cold sores, oral herpes
Anthrax
folliculitis/ pimple/boil, furuncles, carbuncles
Varicella-zoster virus
Chicken pox/ varicella, shingles
Herpes simplex 1 virus
cold sores, oral herpes
7 terms
Skin diseases
Impetigo
Verrucae
Dermatitis
Acne vulgaris
Highly contagious skin infection caused by streptococci of st…
Warts, caused by a viral infection of the skin
Inflammation of the skin
Inflammation of the oil gland and usually occurs in adloescence
Impetigo
Highly contagious skin infection caused by streptococci of st…
Verrucae
Warts, caused by a viral infection of the skin
32 terms
CHAPTER SKIN DISORDERS AND DISEASES
ALBINISM (AL-bi-niz-em)
ABCD
AGING SKIN
CHILDREN
CONGENITAL LEUKODERMA, OR ABSENCE OF MELANIN PIGMENT OF THE B…
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY CANCER CHECKLIST... A-ASYMMETRY... B-BORDER…
AS WE AGE THE COLLAGEN AND ELASTIC FIBERS OF THE SKIN NATURAL…
TO PROTECT BABIES - UNDER THE AGE OF 6 MONTH SHOULD NOT BE EX…
ALBINISM (AL-bi-niz-em)
CONGENITAL LEUKODERMA, OR ABSENCE OF MELANIN PIGMENT OF THE B…
ABCD
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY CANCER CHECKLIST... A-ASYMMETRY... B-BORDER…
45 terms
Skin Diseases
Atopic Dermitis
Chicken Pox
Scabies
Scleroderma
A skin rash that hardens quickly when scratched. Very easily…
A very itchy rash of puss filled blisters that can spread all…
caused by a mite that lays eggs and creates burrow tracts in…
Connective tissue hardens/tightens and causes discoloration/w…
Atopic Dermitis
A skin rash that hardens quickly when scratched. Very easily…
Chicken Pox
A very itchy rash of puss filled blisters that can spread all…
12 terms
skin diseases
vitiligo
bruise
port wine stain
albinism
causes the loss of skin color in blotches
an injury appearing as an area of discolored skin on the body…
caused by a vascular anomaly
a group of inherited disorders characterized by little or no…
vitiligo
causes the loss of skin color in blotches
bruise
an injury appearing as an area of discolored skin on the body…
8 terms
Skin Diseases
Hyperhidrosis
Epidermolysis Bullosa
Psoriasis
Contact Dermatitis
Excessive sweating
is a group of rare diseases that cause the skin to blister.
A condition in which skin cells build up and form scales and…
a red, itchy rash caused by a substance that comes into conta…
Hyperhidrosis
Excessive sweating
Epidermolysis Bullosa
is a group of rare diseases that cause the skin to blister.
10 terms
Skin Diseases
Psoriasis
Results of Psoriasis
Causes of Psoriasis
Pustule
Chronic, noninfectious skin disease. Skin becomes dry and sca…
Stratum corneum gets thick as dead cells accumulate.
Triggered by trauma, infection, hormonal changes, or stress.
Small blister or pimple on the skin containing pus.
Psoriasis
Chronic, noninfectious skin disease. Skin becomes dry and sca…
Results of Psoriasis
Stratum corneum gets thick as dead cells accumulate.
39 terms
Diseases & Disorders (skin)
Acne
Albino
Albinism
Alopecia
A common consequence of accelerated sebaceous gland activity…
Individual lacking normal body pigment (melanin).
A DISORDER caused by the absence of the skin pigment melanin…
loss of hair
Acne
A common consequence of accelerated sebaceous gland activity…
Albino
Individual lacking normal body pigment (melanin).
25 terms
Skin Diseases
acne
athletes foot
cellulitis
chickenpox (varicella)
not contagious... caution
found on foot-flaky... -fungal... -contagious... -local massage contra…
red patches on leg... -contagious... -general contraindication if b…
-contagious... -general contraindication
acne
not contagious... caution
athletes foot
found on foot-flaky... -fungal... -contagious... -local massage contra…
23 terms
Skin Diseases
skin
indoors and outdoors
prevention
Abrasions
What is the largest organ in the body
Where can skin damage occur.
what is the key to not spreading skin... conditions
A scrape of the superficial layer of skin (epidermis)... common…
skin
What is the largest organ in the body
indoors and outdoors
Where can skin damage occur.
17 terms
Skin Diseases
Dermatitis
Eczema
Psoriasis
Verruca (wart)
Inflamed, irritated skin
Erythema, scaling, and itching due to allergic reaction
Overgrowth of epidermis resulting in silvery scales
Benign, fleshy tumor caused by virus
Dermatitis
Inflamed, irritated skin
Eczema
Erythema, scaling, and itching due to allergic reaction
24 terms
Skin Diseases
Perspiration
Sebum
Mucous Membranes
Normal Microbiota
- Provides moisture and nutrients for microbial growth... - Cons…
Can be a nutrient or trap bacteria
- Line openings to the body... - Goblet cells produce mucus whic…
- Mostly aerobic... - Break sebum into fatty acids (inhibits pat…
Perspiration
- Provides moisture and nutrients for microbial growth... - Cons…
Sebum
Can be a nutrient or trap bacteria
50 terms
Skin Diseases
Skin
Most common normal flora
Vesicle (skin disease)
Bulla (skin disease)
Can be a portal of entry if the skin is broken.
Gram positive bacteria.... Micococci & Staphylocci ... -Diptheriods…
1 cm of fluid under raised skin.
boil like sore on top of skin.
Skin
Can be a portal of entry if the skin is broken.
Most common normal flora
Gram positive bacteria.... Micococci & Staphylocci ... -Diptheriods…
Skin diseases
Psoriasis
Eczema
Lice
Scabies
A condition in which skin cells build up and form scales and…
Noncontagious skin rash that produces itching, blistering and…
Itching on scalp. Feels like you have insects crawling on you…
Contagious. Intense itching. Track-like burrows on the skin.…
Psoriasis
A condition in which skin cells build up and form scales and…
Eczema
Noncontagious skin rash that produces itching, blistering and…
26 terms
Skin diseases
Impetigo
Cellulitis
Scarlet fever
Boils
A highly contagious bacterial skin infection that mainly affe…
A deep bacterial infection of the skin; commonly in the extre…
The same bacteria that causes strep throat can cause a red co…
Painful pus filled bump that forms under your skin from bacte…
Impetigo
A highly contagious bacterial skin infection that mainly affe…
Cellulitis
A deep bacterial infection of the skin; commonly in the extre…
37 terms
skin diseases
Bacillus anthracis... pg 7 chapter 21-22
Bacillus cereus
Pertusis... pg8 chapter 21-22
Borellia burgdorferi
-gram positive bacillus... -aerobe (only bacilli oblique aerobe)…
-gram positive bacillus... -spore forming... -can cause gastrointes…
borddella pertusis=wooping cough 100 days ... person to person e…
- gram positive or gram negative... -anaerobic... -Lyme disease... - t…
Bacillus anthracis... pg 7 chapter 21-22
-gram positive bacillus... -aerobe (only bacilli oblique aerobe)…
Bacillus cereus
-gram positive bacillus... -spore forming... -can cause gastrointes…
12 terms
Skin Diseases
Acne
Staphylococcus aureus
Scalded Skin Syndrome
Impetigo
Bacterial agent: propionibacterium acne... Agent type: normal mi…
Disease name: Staph infection... 1) furuncle=infected hair folli…
Bacterial agent: staphylococcus aureus... skin turns bright red…
Bacterial agents: staphylococcus aureus and/or streptococcus…
Acne
Bacterial agent: propionibacterium acne... Agent type: normal mi…
Staphylococcus aureus
Disease name: Staph infection... 1) furuncle=infected hair folli…
54 terms
Skin Diseases
pemphigus vulgaris
pemphigus vulgaris
pemphigus vulgaris
pemphigus vulgaris
-autoimmune disease with unknown initiator... -IgG autoantibodie…
which disease has the following signs and symptoms:... -superfic…
what is the best diagnosis?
which disease appears histologically as a chicken-wire lattic…
pemphigus vulgaris
-autoimmune disease with unknown initiator... -IgG autoantibodie…
pemphigus vulgaris
which disease has the following signs and symptoms:... -superfic…
Skin Diseases
1st degree burn
2nd degree burn
3rd degree burn
Poison Ivy
rash from chemical plant oil that can seep through keratinize…
1st degree burn
2nd degree burn
91 terms
Skin Diseases
Dermis AKA
Adipo... Lipo... Steato
Cutaneo... Dermato... Dermo
Hidro... Sudoro
Corium
Fat
Skin
Sweat
Dermis AKA
Corium
Adipo... Lipo... Steato
Fat
Skin Diseases
impetigo
basal cell carcinoma
squamous cell carcinoma
malignant melanoma
impetigo
basal cell carcinoma
23 terms
Skin diseases
Acne
Alopecia
Athletes foot
Birthmark
Disease of the Sevaceous glands that produce blackheads and p…
Hair loss
Fungal infection usually in the skin of the toes and souls
Congenital blemish or spot on the skin visible at birth or so…
Acne
Disease of the Sevaceous glands that produce blackheads and p…
Alopecia
Hair loss
18 terms
Skin Disorders and Diseases
Primary skin lesions. These illustrati…
Papules and Pustules
Secondary Skin Lesions
Keloids
A small elevation on the skin that contains no fluid gbut may…
Are Characterized by piles of material on the skin surface, s…
Thick scar resulting from excessive growth of fibrous tissue.
Primary skin lesions. These illustrati…
Papules and Pustules
A small elevation on the skin that contains no fluid gbut may…
12 terms
Skin Diseases
Folliculitis
Furuncles
Carbuncles
Scalded Skin Syndrome
1) Causative agent: Staphylococcus Sp. especially, STAPHYLOCO…
1) Causative agent: Staphylococcus Sp. especially STAPHYLOCOC…
1) Causative agent: Staphylococcus Sp. and especially STAPHYL…
1) Causative agent: STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ... 2) Bacterial... 3) Un…
Folliculitis
1) Causative agent: Staphylococcus Sp. especially, STAPHYLOCO…
Furuncles
1) Causative agent: Staphylococcus Sp. especially STAPHYLOCOC…
137 terms
Skin Diseases
Outermost layer of skin
epidermis composed of
dermis contains
sweat contains
Epidermis
dead cells
hair follicles... sweat glands
-perspiration... -sebum (oil)... -salt... -enzymes (inhibits bacterial…
Outermost layer of skin
Epidermis
epidermis composed of
dead cells
43 terms
Skin Diseases
Addison's disease
chronic renal disease
AIDS
CREST syndrome
hyper-pigmentation of skin and mucous membranes
pallor, hyper-pigmentation, uremic frost, calcification of sk…
Karposi's sarcoma, molluscum contagiosum, acquired ichthyosis…
calcinosis, raynaud's phenomenon, sclerodactyly, telangiectasis
Addison's disease
hyper-pigmentation of skin and mucous membranes
chronic renal disease
pallor, hyper-pigmentation, uremic frost, calcification of sk…
17 terms
Skin Diseases
Staphylococcus
Tetanus
MRSA
Impetigo
Staphylococcus
Tetanus
78 terms
Skin diseases
Pallor - may be due to absence of oxyg…
Cyanosis (blue hue) - systemic or cent…
Carotenemia - yellow orange tinge caus…
Vitiligo - depigmented areas lack mela…
What is the lighter color called and why might the skin be th…
What is the color called and why might the skin be this color?
Pallor - may be due to absence of oxyg…
What is the lighter color called and why might the skin be th…
Cyanosis (blue hue) - systemic or cent…
What is the color called and why might the skin be this color?
33 terms
Skin Diseases
Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)
Atopic triad
Allergic Contact Dermatitis
Irritant Contact Dermatitis
Immune Disease. Hypersensitivity type I. Mutation in pro-fila…
Eczema, asthma, and rhinitis
Immune Disease. Hypersensitivity four. Presents days to weeks…
Immune disease in which chemical causes direct cellular injur…
Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)
Immune Disease. Hypersensitivity type I. Mutation in pro-fila…
Atopic triad
Eczema, asthma, and rhinitis
20 terms
Skin Disorders and Diseases
Primary skin lesions. These illustrati…
Bulla
Papules and Pustules
Poison Oak Vesicles
A large blister containing a watery fluid: smiilar to a vesic…
A small elevation on the skin that contains no fluid gbut may…
A small bluster or sac containing clear fluid, lying within o…
Primary skin lesions. These illustrati…
Bulla
A large blister containing a watery fluid: smiilar to a vesic…
53 terms
Skin Diseases and Disorders
Albinism
Allergic Contact dermatitis
Anaerobic
Anhidrosis
Congenital hypopigmentation or absence of melanin.
An allergic reaction to repeated exposure of a chemical aka s…
Cannot survive in the presence of oxygen.
Deficiency in perspiration.
Albinism
Congenital hypopigmentation or absence of melanin.
Allergic Contact dermatitis
An allergic reaction to repeated exposure of a chemical aka s…
26 terms
Skin Diseases
halitosis, redness
once
alopecia, redness, odor
dark
what are two clinical signs of lip fold dermatitis?
treatment for lip fold dermatitis is to clean the lip folds _…
what are three clinical signs of skin fold dermatitis?
skin fold dermatitis affects the moist and _______ areas?
halitosis, redness
what are two clinical signs of lip fold dermatitis?
once
treatment for lip fold dermatitis is to clean the lip folds _…
37 terms
Diseases of the Skin
Dermatitis
Atopic Dermatitis
Contact Dermatitis
Impetigo
"Inflammation of the skin", eczema
Inflammatory genetic disease, begins acute and becomes chronic
Acute or chronic inflammation caused by contact with allergens
Superficial strep and/or staph infection
Dermatitis
"Inflammation of the skin", eczema
Atopic Dermatitis
Inflammatory genetic disease, begins acute and becomes chronic
Diseases of the Skin
Folliculitis - C.A.
Folliculitis - C.A. characteristics
Folliculitis - Reservoir
Folliculitis - MOT
Staphylococcus aureus
1. Gram (+) cocci... 2. Facultative anaerobe... 3. Catalase (+)... 4.…
Humans
Direct contact, fomites
Folliculitis - C.A.
Staphylococcus aureus
Folliculitis - C.A. characteristics
1. Gram (+) cocci... 2. Facultative anaerobe... 3. Catalase (+)... 4.…
20 terms
Skin Disorders and Diseases
Primary skin lesions. These illustrati…
Bulla
Papules and Pustules
Poison Oak Vesicles
A large blister containing a watery fluid: smiilar to a vesic…
A small elevation on the skin that contains no fluid gbut may…
A small bluster or sac containing clear fluid, lying within o…
Primary skin lesions. These illustrati…
Bulla
A large blister containing a watery fluid: smiilar to a vesic…
51 terms
Diseases of the Skin
Hyperkeratosis
Parakeratosis
Acanthosis
Acantholysis
hyperplasia of stratum corneum
retention of nuclei in stratum corneum
epidermal hyperplasia
loss of cohesion between keratinocytes
Hyperkeratosis
hyperplasia of stratum corneum
Parakeratosis
retention of nuclei in stratum corneum
29 terms
Skin diseases
acantholysis
acanthosis
acanthosis nigricans, keratosis nigric…
acne
a breakdown of a cell layer in the epidermis (as in pemphigus)
an abnormal but benign thickening of the prickle-cell layer o…
a skin disease characterized by dark wart-like patches in the…
an inflammatory disease involving the sebaceous glands of the…
acantholysis
a breakdown of a cell layer in the epidermis (as in pemphigus)
acanthosis
an abnormal but benign thickening of the prickle-cell layer o…
24 terms
Diseases of the Skin
IgE Dependent
IgE independent
Erythema Multiforme... etiology?
Erythema Multiforme... description?
Pollens, foods, drugs, venoms
opiates, antibiotics
cytotoxic CD8 T cells... Infections (eg HSV, mycoplasma, histopl…
Multiform lesions (macules, ... papules, vesicles, bullae)... Targe…
IgE Dependent
Pollens, foods, drugs, venoms
IgE independent
opiates, antibiotics
81 terms
Skin Diseases
Different Disease Mechanisms
Causes of microbial diseases
Viruses
Bacteria
~infections = microbial... ~cancers... ~inflammation... ~mediated by t…
~viruses (simplest)... ~bacteria... ~protists... ~fungi (complex)
~EM needed to view... ~not strictly living - nucleic acid surrou…
~prokaryotes... ~identified by size, shape, and metabolic fxn... ~c…
Different Disease Mechanisms
~infections = microbial... ~cancers... ~inflammation... ~mediated by t…
Causes of microbial diseases
~viruses (simplest)... ~bacteria... ~protists... ~fungi (complex)
68 terms
Skin Diseases
The Rickettsial disease that killed Ho…
Which of the following is considered a…
Which of the following is considered a…
The surface layer of the skin is the…
louse-borne typhus.
control body temperature
All of the choices are correct.
epidermis.
The Rickettsial disease that killed Ho…
louse-borne typhus.
Which of the following is considered a…
control body temperature
11 terms
Skin Diseases
Jaundice
Addison's Disease
Vitiligo
Dermatitis
-Abnormal skin pigmentation... - Skin can't excrete bile so it t…
- Tumors on the pituitary can be a cause... -an increase in MSH…
- Chronic disorder, causes depigmentation of patches of skin…
Inflamaton of the dermis ... - abrasions ... - infection... - chemical…
Jaundice
-Abnormal skin pigmentation... - Skin can't excrete bile so it t…
Addison's Disease
- Tumors on the pituitary can be a cause... -an increase in MSH…
Skin diseases
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Ringworm
Dermatophytosis
Skin disease percentage affects newborn puppies
Skin disease percentage affects adult dogs
Dermatophytosis
Microsporum gypseum, trichophyton mentagrophytes, microsporum…
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Skin disease percentage affects newborn puppies
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Skin disease percentage affects adult dogs
98 terms
Diseases of Skin
Macule... -Size... -Flat/elevated... -texture
Patch... -Size... -Flat/elevated... -texture
Papule... -Size... -Flat/elevated... -texture
Plaque... -Size... -Flat/elevated... -texture
<1 cm... Flat area of discoloration... No change in texture
>1 cm... Flat area of discoloration... No change in texture
<1 cm... Elevated... Palpable skin lesion
>1 cm... Elevated... palpable skin lesion
Macule... -Size... -Flat/elevated... -texture
<1 cm... Flat area of discoloration... No change in texture
Patch... -Size... -Flat/elevated... -texture
>1 cm... Flat area of discoloration... No change in texture
45 terms
Diseases of the Skin
Bulla
Cyst
Macule
Nodules
A large blister containing watery fluid
A closed, abnormally developed sac containing fluid, infectio…
A flat spot or discoloration on the skin, such as a freckle.
Often reffered to as tumors, but they are smaller bumbs cause…
Bulla
A large blister containing watery fluid
Cyst
A closed, abnormally developed sac containing fluid, infectio…
Skin Disorders and Diseases
Albinism
Allergic contact dermatitis
Anaerobic
Anhidrosis
absence of melanin pigment of the body including the skin, ha…
an allergy to an ingredient or a chemical, usually caused by…
cannot survive in the presence of oxygen
deficiency in the perspiration, often a... result of fever or ce…
Albinism
absence of melanin pigment of the body including the skin, ha…
Allergic contact dermatitis
an allergy to an ingredient or a chemical, usually caused by…
32 terms
Chapter 5 Skin Diseases and Disorders
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
pathogenic and non-pathogenic
Nonpathogenic bacteria may perform use…
parasites
The _________________ registers many different types of disin…
There are thousands of different kinds of bacteria, but they…
Organisms that grow, feed, and shelter on or in another organ…
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The _________________ registers many different types of disin…
pathogenic and non-pathogenic
There are thousands of different kinds of bacteria, but they…
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