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46 terms
Skin
apocrine sweat gland
basal layer
collagen
eccrine sweat gland
one of the larg dermal exocrine glands located in the axilla…
deepest region of the epidermis; it gives rise to all the epi…
structural protein found in the skin and connective tissue
most numerous sweat-producing exocrine gland in the skin
apocrine sweat gland
one of the larg dermal exocrine glands located in the axilla…
basal layer
deepest region of the epidermis; it gives rise to all the epi…
14 terms
skin
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis
Stratum Corneum
Epidermis
Dermis
320 terms
SKIN
Skin
what are the 5 layers of skin? Califor…
Basal cell carcinoma (upper lip and hi…
where are melanocytes and merkel cells…
...
Stratum corneum, S. lucidum (in palms and soles) S. Granulosu…
#1 cancer, and arises from the basal layer. Forms pearly papu…
in the basal layer
Skin
...
what are the 5 layers of skin? Califor…
Stratum corneum, S. lucidum (in palms and soles) S. Granulosu…
Skin
epiderms
keratin
melanin
dermis
first layer of skin
A fiber protein that is the principal component of hair, skin…
A pigment that gives the skin its color
Inner layer of skin
epiderms
first layer of skin
keratin
A fiber protein that is the principal component of hair, skin…
46 terms
skin
apocrine sweat gland
basal layer
collagen
eccrine sweat gland
one of the larg dermal exocrine glands located in the axilla…
deepest region of the epidermis; it gives rise to all the epi…
structural protein found in the skin and connective tissue
most numerous sweat-producing exocrine gland in the skin
apocrine sweat gland
one of the larg dermal exocrine glands located in the axilla…
basal layer
deepest region of the epidermis; it gives rise to all the epi…
Skin
Corneum, lucidum, granulosum, spinosum…
California Ladies Give Superb Backrubs
Corneum
Lucidum
What are the 5 layers of the epidermis from most superficial…
What is the mnemonic to remember the epidermis layers?
What is the layer of skin that has dead scale-like keratinocy…
What is the layer of skin that has dead compacted keratinocyt…
Corneum, lucidum, granulosum, spinosum…
What are the 5 layers of the epidermis from most superficial…
California Ladies Give Superb Backrubs
What is the mnemonic to remember the epidermis layers?
43 terms
Skin
Skin:Functions
Melanin
Keratin
Collagen
1.Provision of protective barrier from foreign invader,protec…
*Pigment providing color to skin... traps UV radiation prevents…
Durable protein that makes the epidermis waterproof and resis…
Fibrous protein found in the dermis, connective tissue, tendo…
Skin:Functions
1.Provision of protective barrier from foreign invader,protec…
Melanin
*Pigment providing color to skin... traps UV radiation prevents…
24 terms
Skin
Integumentary System
Barrier
-Protecting the body... -Maintaining temp…
Steady
The system in which the skin is part of... -System also includes…
What the skin forms to keep harmful substances outside the bo…
The 5 functions of the skin
The kind of temperature your body maintains... -Your body perspi…
Integumentary System
The system in which the skin is part of... -System also includes…
Barrier
What the skin forms to keep harmful substances outside the bo…
skin
Contusion
Abrasion
Sinus tract
Clean
bruise;
superficial open wound
channel/tunnel between two cavities
wound not infected
Contusion
bruise;
Abrasion
superficial open wound
Maintenance of Tissue Integrity
Integumentary System
Skin
Epidermis
requires adequate perfusion to carry oxygenated blood and nut…
Hair, nails, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands.
Elastic, self regenerating cover for the entire body. They ar…
The outermost layer of the skin. The epidermis is made of epi…
Maintenance of Tissue Integrity
requires adequate perfusion to carry oxygenated blood and nut…
Integumentary System
Hair, nails, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands.
14 terms
Skin
Skin
Oran
Dermis
Epidermis
Body's largest and heaviest organ
More than one tissue with discrete boundaries
Connective tissue layer
Stratified squamous epithelium... Lacks blood vessels
Skin
Body's largest and heaviest organ
Oran
More than one tissue with discrete boundaries
32 terms
Skin
Epidermis layers
Dermal-Epidermal Interface
Rete ridge (peg)
Dermal Papilla
Basale (Germinativum), Spinosum, Granulosum, Lucidum(palm and…
Basement membrane. Collagen type 4. Thickened during diabetics.
Epidermis projects downward
Dermis projects upward
Epidermis layers
Basale (Germinativum), Spinosum, Granulosum, Lucidum(palm and…
Dermal-Epidermal Interface
Basement membrane. Collagen type 4. Thickened during diabetics.
24 terms
Skin
The skin (cutis)
functions:
the skin consists of
skin appedages are
covers the external surface and is heaviest single organ of t…
protects body against influence of the external factors,... cont…
=>epidermis /an epithelial layer of ectodermal origin/ ... =>der…
are either keratinised (hair and nails) or glandular (sebaceo…
The skin (cutis)
covers the external surface and is heaviest single organ of t…
functions:
protects body against influence of the external factors,... cont…
Skin
Epidermis
Dermis
Pores
Melanin
Epidermis is the outer layer of skin with no nerve or blood v…
The Dermis is the middle layer of skin that contains blood ve…
Openings in the skin through which sweat reaches the surface…
A pigment that gives skin color and protects against burning.
Epidermis
Epidermis is the outer layer of skin with no nerve or blood v…
Dermis
The Dermis is the middle layer of skin that contains blood ve…
Skin
Integumentary System
Integument (Skin)
Functions of the Integument
Epidermis
-The skin is the largest organ in the body... -Total surface are…
-Epidermis: thick epithelium... -Dermis: fibrous connective tiss…
-Protection from pathogens, friction, and UV radiation... -Tempe…
-Keratinized Stratified Squamous (shorter than they are wide)…
Integumentary System
-The skin is the largest organ in the body... -Total surface are…
Integument (Skin)
-Epidermis: thick epithelium... -Dermis: fibrous connective tiss…
12 terms
Skin
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis
Sebaceous gland
Epidermis
Dermis
209 terms
Skin
hyperkeratinization
pediculicide
small hair follicle, sebaceous gland
retinoid
increased epithelial cell turnover which can lead to clumping…
an agent used to kill lice
what 2 things make up the pilosebaceous unit
a substance chemically related to retinol/vitamin A1
hyperkeratinization
increased epithelial cell turnover which can lead to clumping…
pediculicide
an agent used to kill lice
5 terms
skin
Lichenification
Langerhans Cell
Pruritus
Induration
Thick, leathery skin, usually the result of constant scrating…
Dendritic cells, containing granules in the cytoplasm and fou…
a sensation that causes the desire or reflex to scratch.
Hardness to one spot
Lichenification
Thick, leathery skin, usually the result of constant scrating…
Langerhans Cell
Dendritic cells, containing granules in the cytoplasm and fou…
40 terms
Skin
Functions of the skin
Clean surgical wound
epidermis
desquamation
Protection, thermoregulation, sensation, metabolism, communic…
Closed surgical wound
skins outer layer-avascular, layers of stratified squamous ep…
outermost layer of skin is continuously shed
Functions of the skin
Protection, thermoregulation, sensation, metabolism, communic…
Clean surgical wound
Closed surgical wound
9 terms
Skin
Epidermis Layers
Stratum Basale
Stratum Spinosum
Stratum Granulosum
deep to superficial: stratum basale, stratum spinosum, stratu…
Mitotic layer (base layer); constantly undergoes cell division
Tiny spiny projections; between granulosum and basale
Dark layer
Epidermis Layers
deep to superficial: stratum basale, stratum spinosum, stratu…
Stratum Basale
Mitotic layer (base layer); constantly undergoes cell division
11 terms
skin
Psoriasis
Psoriasis treatment
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Auto immune,T cells and cytokines, one of the most common chr…
Topical corticosteroids may be applied for their antiinflamma…
BCC is the most common type of skin cancer but is rarely fata…
(metastases) proliferation arising from the epidermis. Its pr…
Psoriasis
Auto immune,T cells and cytokines, one of the most common chr…
Psoriasis treatment
Topical corticosteroids may be applied for their antiinflamma…
skin
7 functions of skin
integumentary system definition
epidermis vs dermis
layers of epidermis
maintains homeostasis... protective covering... slows water loss... ho…
the skin and its accessory organs
epidermis: outer layer, no blood vessels, stratified squamous…
stratum corneum ... stratum lucidum ... stratum granulosum... stratum…
7 functions of skin
maintains homeostasis... protective covering... slows water loss... ho…
integumentary system definition
the skin and its accessory organs
146 terms
Skin
Integumentary system
pheomelanin
pheomelanin, eumelanin, neuromelanin
Eumelanin
Composed of the skin, hair, oil and sweat glands, nails, and…
red to yellow melanin
three different kinds of melanin
dark brown to black melanin
Integumentary system
Composed of the skin, hair, oil and sweat glands, nails, and…
pheomelanin
red to yellow melanin
Skin
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Dermis
Hair Follicle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Skin
Two regions/layers of the skin
epidermis layer
dermis layer
subcutaneous layer (hypodermis)
epidermis and dermis
outermost layer- keratinized stratified squamous epithelial t…
inner layer- keratinized epithlium (hair follicles), gladular…
IDENTIFICATION: layer beneath the skin, adipose tissue and bl…
Two regions/layers of the skin
epidermis and dermis
epidermis layer
outermost layer- keratinized stratified squamous epithelial t…
66 terms
SKIN
fxn of the skin
Changed of the skin with age
ask old peeps
central cyanosis
temp maintenance... fluid and electrolyte balance... absorption/ ex…
delayed wound healing... decreased skin turgor= decrease in elas…
history of diabetes and PVD... ask about pressure ulcers
cardiopulmonary problems
fxn of the skin
temp maintenance... fluid and electrolyte balance... absorption/ ex…
Changed of the skin with age
delayed wound healing... decreased skin turgor= decrease in elas…
109 terms
Skin
Lichenification
Annular
Induration
Morbilliform
hyperpigmentation, perm. changes, scratched to point of thick…
Round in nature
Hardness, fullness, inflammatory response
Rash, looks like measles
Lichenification
hyperpigmentation, perm. changes, scratched to point of thick…
Annular
Round in nature
11 terms
Skin
Pore
Hair
Nerve ending
Fat cells
No Image
Pore
Hair
Skin
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Dermis
Hair Follicle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Skin
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Dermis
Hair Follicle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
25 terms
Skin
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Dermis
Hair Follicle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
25 terms
Skin
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Dermis
Hair Follicle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Epidermis
Arrector Pili Muscle
Smooth muscle that is attached to the base of the hair follic…
Skin
Seven ways to describe a skin lesion
Induration
Morbilliform
Papulosquamous
(1) Distribution, location (2) Configuration (3) Color (4) Mo…
...
Rash that looks like measles. Also seen in Kawaski disease, o…
papules and scales or papules and plaques, seen in psoriasis
Seven ways to describe a skin lesion
(1) Distribution, location (2) Configuration (3) Color (4) Mo…
Induration
...
skin
largest organs
Preventing fluid loss... Providing a bar…
the epidermis, the dermis, and the sub…
the outermost, avascular layer of the…
skin
functions of skin
skin structure
the epidermis
largest organs
skin
Preventing fluid loss... Providing a bar…
functions of skin
skin
Dermal papillae
Hair follicle receptor
hypodermis
epidermis
Dermal papillae
Hair follicle receptor
Skin
Radiation
Conduction
Convection
Evaporation
Heat from core body tissues is transported in blood to subcut…
The transfer of heat energy between skin and an object which…
Loss of heat energy from skin tissues to surrounding air.
The process of air or water flowing by the skin and carrying…
Radiation
Heat from core body tissues is transported in blood to subcut…
Conduction
The transfer of heat energy between skin and an object which…
Skin
Keratinocyte
Melanocytes
Merkel Cells
Langerhans's Cells
Functions of the proteins in the skin - keratin. The most abu…
Skin color, vitamin D, UV protection.
Sensation - touch
Macrophages - immune response. They migrate from red bone mar…
Keratinocyte
Functions of the proteins in the skin - keratin. The most abu…
Melanocytes
Skin color, vitamin D, UV protection.
Skin
Epidermis
dermis
hypodermis layer
stratum basale
the superficial, thinner layer of skin, composed of keratiniz…
a layer of dense irregular connective tissue lying deep to th…
a continuous sheet of areolar connective tissue and adipose t…
the deepest layer of the epidermis consisting of stem cells c…
Epidermis
the superficial, thinner layer of skin, composed of keratiniz…
dermis
a layer of dense irregular connective tissue lying deep to th…
32 terms
Skin
skin changes with aging (5)
petechiae
seborrheic dermatitis
seborrheic dermatitis treatment (3)
loss of elasticity... skin is thinner... less nerve endings... less su…
small red spots on skin from irritation
chronic inflammation of sebaceous glands on scalp, face, groin
shampoo (for scalp)... hydrocortisone cream... low dose steroid
skin changes with aging (5)
loss of elasticity... skin is thinner... less nerve endings... less su…
petechiae
small red spots on skin from irritation
25 terms
Skin
Macule
Papule
Nodule
Vesicle
Non-palpable, discoloration, confined to epidermis
Palpable, affects epidermis and dermis
Palpable, deep
Fluid filled in confined area, epidermis
Macule
Non-palpable, discoloration, confined to epidermis
Papule
Palpable, affects epidermis and dermis
13 terms
Skin
Spider Angioma
Petechiae
Purpura
Macule
flat, bright red spot with radiating blood vessels at edges
flat red spots; 1-2mm in diameter; do not change in color whe…
purple or blue appearing patch; varies in size and shape
non-palpable, flat lesion that has color and measures less th…
Spider Angioma
flat, bright red spot with radiating blood vessels at edges
Petechiae
flat red spots; 1-2mm in diameter; do not change in color whe…
79 terms
Skin
Dermatology
Dermatologist
Appendages
Epidermis
Study of skin
Physician who treats skin
Something that protrudes out of the skin
The outermost layer of the skin, forms a protective covering…
Dermatology
Study of skin
Dermatologist
Physician who treats skin
7 terms
Skin
complexion
melancholy
prospective
grooms
texture and appearance of the skin of the face
Depression of spirits
expected, likely, potential
to make something neat and clean
complexion
texture and appearance of the skin of the face
melancholy
Depression of spirits
9 terms
Skin
Layers of skin
Layers of epidermis
dermis
Merkel cells
- epidermis, dermis, hypodermis (also called subcutaneous lay…
- 5 layers: Come, Let's Get Sun Burned ... - stratum corneum: fl…
- papillary layer: loose connective tissue... - reticular layer:…
sensory receptor for deep pressure/texture
Layers of skin
- epidermis, dermis, hypodermis (also called subcutaneous lay…
Layers of epidermis
- 5 layers: Come, Let's Get Sun Burned ... - stratum corneum: fl…
Skin
Macule
Papule
Vesicle
Pustule
Small, flat spot up to 1cm, freckle
Superficial, elevated lesion up to 1cm; can palpate it
Serous, fluid-filled lesion up to 1 cm, not filled with pus
Pus-filled
Macule
Small, flat spot up to 1cm, freckle
Papule
Superficial, elevated lesion up to 1cm; can palpate it
20 terms
SKIN
CYANOSIS
JAUNDICE
ERYTHEMA
TURGOR
-BLUISH DISCOLORATION... -ASSOCIATED WITH HYPOXIA... -CAUSED BY HEA…
-YELLOW-ORANGE DISCOLORATION... -INCREASED BILIRUBIN IN TISSUE... -…
-RED DISCOLORATION ... -OXYHEMOGLOBIN CAUSED BY DILATION OR INCR…
-ELASTICITY OF THE SKIN ... -EDEMA/DEHYDRATION CAN DIMINISH TURG…
CYANOSIS
-BLUISH DISCOLORATION... -ASSOCIATED WITH HYPOXIA... -CAUSED BY HEA…
JAUNDICE
-YELLOW-ORANGE DISCOLORATION... -INCREASED BILIRUBIN IN TISSUE... -…
36 terms
Skin
3 pigment contribute to skin color
Redness
Palior
Jaundice
Melanin, carotene, hemoglobin
Inflammation, hypertension, fever or allergy
Emotional stress (fear ) anemia , low blood pressure
Liver disorder
3 pigment contribute to skin color
Melanin, carotene, hemoglobin
Redness
Inflammation, hypertension, fever or allergy
SKIN
Functions of the Skin
Layers of skin
Layers of Epidermis :)
Function of Epidermis
thermoregulation... blood reservoir... protection... sensations... excret…
Epidimis... Dermis... Hypodermis
Stratum: ... Corneum... Lucidum... Granulosum... Sponosum... Basale
resists physical damage, ... decreases water loss... prevents penet…
Functions of the Skin
thermoregulation... blood reservoir... protection... sensations... excret…
Layers of skin
Epidimis... Dermis... Hypodermis
48 terms
Skin
Aka for skin
Functions of the skin
Layers of the skin
Aka for the subcutaneous layer
Integumentary system
Protection, vitamin D production, sensory organ, temperature…
Epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous
Hypodermics layer
Aka for skin
Integumentary system
Functions of the skin
Protection, vitamin D production, sensory organ, temperature…
25 terms
Skin
Epidermal ridges
Dermal papillae
Capillary tube
Sweat pore
Epidermal ridges
Dermal papillae
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