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Blisters, Bullae, and Vesicles..Oh my!
Epidermolysis Bullosa
Bullous Pemphigoid
Pemphigoid Gestationis
Mucous Membrane Pemphigoid
Mutliple distinctive disorders... Genetic Transmission... Mechanica…
-Most common autoimmune blistering disorder... -Pruritic urticar…
-Rare pruritic blistering disorder during late pregnancy... -IgG…
-autoimmune subepithelial blistering disorder... -Involve mucosa…
Epidermolysis Bullosa
Mutliple distinctive disorders... Genetic Transmission... Mechanica…
Bullous Pemphigoid
-Most common autoimmune blistering disorder... -Pruritic urticar…
23 terms
Blisters
Blister
Erosion
Crust
Causes of blisters
fluid filled lesion... small = vesicle... large = bulla
after blisters "unroof"
dried transudate... formed after blister is disrupted and oozes…
anything that causes inflammation in the upper levels of the…
Blister
fluid filled lesion... small = vesicle... large = bulla
Erosion
after blisters "unroof"
Mthp ch12 pathology of integumentary system fluid-filled lesions
abscess
purulent
exudate
cyst
closed pocket with pus caused by bacterial infection
producing or containing pus
fluid such as pus that leaks out infected wound
abnormal sac containing gas, fluid or semisolid material
abscess
closed pocket with pus caused by bacterial infection
purulent
producing or containing pus
44 terms
Blisters
Causes of Blisters
Inflammation/Infection
Injury
Autoimmune
1. Inflammation/Infection... 2. Injury... 3. Autoimmune... 4. Genetic
Fluid accumulates within the epidermis causing it to lift
Physical disruption of the bonds between epidermal cells or a…
Loss or disruption of adhesion molecules between cells or at…
Causes of Blisters
1. Inflammation/Infection... 2. Injury... 3. Autoimmune... 4. Genetic
Inflammation/Infection
Fluid accumulates within the epidermis causing it to lift
5 terms
Fluid Filled Lesions
abscess
cyst
pustule
vesicle
lesion filled with puss
closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisolid material
pus filled pimple
small blister
abscess
lesion filled with puss
cyst
closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisolid material
7 terms
skin eruptions
vesicle
papules
crusts
pustules
blisters or sacs full of fluid... ex: blisters
firm raised areas on the skin... ex: pimples
areas of dried pus and blood... ex: scab
sacs filled with pus... ex: pus
vesicle
blisters or sacs full of fluid... ex: blisters
papules
firm raised areas on the skin... ex: pimples
36 terms
Blisters
Vesicle
Bulla
Erosions
Crust
Small blister`
Large blister
After blisters unroof... When top of blister unroofs - forms er…
Dried transudate
Vesicle
Small blister`
Bulla
Large blister
Primary Lesions
lesion
bulla
cyst
papule
Abnormal tissue or a break in a normal tissue
A large blister
A closed, abnormally developed sac that contains fluid
A pimple
lesion
Abnormal tissue or a break in a normal tissue
bulla
A large blister
The Integumentary System (Part3) - Skin Eruptions
Macules (macular rash)
Papules
Vesicles
Pustules
Flat spots on the skin Ex: Freckles
Firm raised areas, seen in pimples
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Sacs filled with pus Ex: Acne, pimples
Macules (macular rash)
Flat spots on the skin Ex: Freckles
Papules
Firm raised areas, seen in pimples
23 terms
Blisters
Blisters causes
When blisters break
Viruses that cause vesicles
Chicken pox or varicella zoster virus…
inflammation/infection: fluid accumulates within the epidermi…
it forms an erosion(loss of all or part of the epidermis) or…
...
diffusely scattered vesicles on an erythematous base (dew dro…
Blisters causes
inflammation/infection: fluid accumulates within the epidermi…
When blisters break
it forms an erosion(loss of all or part of the epidermis) or…
Foundations of Health (Ch 7.3 Integumentary System) skin eruptions
Vesicles
Papules
Crusts or scabs
Pustules
Blisters ot sacs full of fluid
Firm raised areas on the skin
Areas of dried pus and blood
Sacs filled with pus
Vesicles
Blisters ot sacs full of fluid
Papules
Firm raised areas on the skin
Skin eruptions
vesicles
papules
crusts
pustules
blisters or sacs full of fluid
firm raised areas on the skin
areas of dried pus and blood
sacs filled with pus
vesicles
blisters or sacs full of fluid
papules
firm raised areas on the skin
Skin eruptions
Macules
Papules
Vesicles
Pustules
Flat spots on skin
Firm raised areas
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Sacs filled with puss
Macules
Flat spots on skin
Papules
Firm raised areas
7 terms
foundation- chapter 7- section 3
vesicles
papules
crusts or scabs
pustules
blisters or sacs full of fluid
firm raised areas on the skin
areas of dried pus and blood
sacs filled with pus
vesicles
blisters or sacs full of fluid
papules
firm raised areas on the skin
7 terms
Health Science - Skin Eruptions/Lesions
Vesicles
Papules
Crusts
Pustules
blisters or sacs full of fluid
firm raised areas on the skin
areas of dried pus and blood
sacs filled with pus
Vesicles
blisters or sacs full of fluid
Papules
firm raised areas on the skin
30 terms
Blisters
Vesicle vs Bulla
Erosion
Crust
Herpes zoster (shingles)
Vesicle is a small blister and Bulla is a large blister
After blisters unroof
Dried transudate
-eruption of latent varicella zoster virus... -Dermatomal erupti…
Vesicle vs Bulla
Vesicle is a small blister and Bulla is a large blister
Erosion
After blisters unroof
7 terms
Emerg terms tech
Vesicles
Papules
Crust
Pustules
Blisters or sac full of fluid
Firm raised area on the skin
Areas are dried pus or blood
Sacs filled with pus
Vesicles
Blisters or sac full of fluid
Papules
Firm raised area on the skin
Skin Eruptions
Vesicles
Papules
Crusts
Pustules
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Firm, raised areas such as pimples
Scabs (blood & pus)
Pus-filled sacs
Vesicles
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Papules
Firm, raised areas such as pimples
integumentary system
macules
papules
vesicles
pustales
flat spots on the skin... ex. freckles
firm raised areas... ex.pimples and stages of chicken pox
blisters or sacs full of fluid... ex. stages of chicken pox
sacs filled with pus... ex. acne
macules
flat spots on the skin... ex. freckles
papules
firm raised areas... ex.pimples and stages of chicken pox
Skin eruptions
Macules
Papules
Vesicles
Pustules
...
Small pimple like eruptions
Sacs fill fluid that kinda look like blisters
Pimple looking sacs of pus
Macules
...
Papules
Small pimple like eruptions
Skin eruptions
Vesicles
Papules
Crusts
Pustules
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Firm raised areas on skin
Areas of dried pus and blood
Sacs filled with pus
Vesicles
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Papules
Firm raised areas on skin
Phs integumentary
Vesicles
Papules
Crusts
Pustules
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Firm raised areas on the skin
Areas of dried pus and blood
Sacs filled with pus
Vesicles
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Papules
Firm raised areas on the skin
Skin lesions
macules
papules
plaques
bullae
nonraised ... discolored... <1cm
elevated... <1cm
elevated, circumscribed patches... >1cm
blisters of clear fluid... >1cm
macules
nonraised ... discolored... <1cm
papules
elevated... <1cm
10 terms
Skin eruptions
Vesicles
Papules
Crusts
Pustules
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Firm raised areas on the skin
Area of dried pus and blood
Sacs filled with pus
Vesicles
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Papules
Firm raised areas on the skin
Primary lesions
Macule
papule
papule
nodule
any flat spot or discoloration of the skin ; such as a freckl…
small, solid skin elevation; contains no fluid but may develo…
also known as pimple; small elevation on the skin that contai…
solid, round or oval elevated lesion; larger than .4 inches o…
Macule
any flat spot or discoloration of the skin ; such as a freckl…
papule
small, solid skin elevation; contains no fluid but may develo…
7-3 defining words
Erythema
Jaundice
Vesicles
Papules
Reddish color of the skin
Yellow discoloration. Indicates bile in blood because of live…
Blisters or sacs full of fluid
Firm raised areas on the skin
Erythema
Reddish color of the skin
Jaundice
Yellow discoloration. Indicates bile in blood because of live…
Blisters
What's the difference between a vesicl…
What are erosions?
What is crust?
What happens when the top of a blister…
Diameter... <5 mm/cm = vesicle... >5 = bulla
After blisters unroof
Dried transudate
It forms an erosion or ulceration and oozes serous fluid to f…
What's the difference between a vesicl…
Diameter... <5 mm/cm = vesicle... >5 = bulla
What are erosions?
After blisters unroof
fluid filled lesions
abscess
purulent
exudate
pustule
closed pocket containing pus that is caused by a bacterial in…
producing or cantaining pus
a fluid,such as pus,that leaks out of an infected wound
known as a pimple,circumscribed lesion containing pus
abscess
closed pocket containing pus that is caused by a bacterial in…
purulent
producing or cantaining pus
11 terms
Vesicles
Lysosomes
Animal cells
Small sacs
Vacuole
Contains enzymes to digest ingested material or damaged tissues
Where are lysosomes present
What are lysosomes consisted of
Predominantly present in plant and fungal cells
Lysosomes
Contains enzymes to digest ingested material or damaged tissues
Animal cells
Where are lysosomes present
64 terms
Skin related stuff
English
Sebaceous Gland
Pustle
Reticular Layer
English
Oil glands of the skin connected to the hair follicle.
Inflamed pimple containing pus.
Deeper layer of the Dermis.
English
English
Sebaceous Gland
Oil glands of the skin connected to the hair follicle.
64 terms
The Skin with disorders
English
Sebaceous Gland
Pustle
Reticular Layer
English
Oil glands of the skin connected to the hair follicle.
Inflamed pimple containing pus.
Deeper layer of the Dermis.
English
English
Sebaceous Gland
Oil glands of the skin connected to the hair follicle.
18 terms
Blisters
What is an erosion?
What does a blister form when it is di…
A fixed drug eruption with ______ and…
What is herpes zoster?
after blisters unroof
erosion or ulceration and oozes serous fluid to form a crust
bulla
-VZV virus... -dermatomal distribution... -grouped vesicles on an e…
What is an erosion?
after blisters unroof
What does a blister form when it is di…
erosion or ulceration and oozes serous fluid to form a crust
skin eruptions- integumentary system
blisters or sacs full of fluid
firm raised areas on the skin, such as…
areas of dried pus and blood, known as…
sacs filled with pus, seen in acne and…
vesicles
papules
crusts
pustules
blisters or sacs full of fluid
vesicles
firm raised areas on the skin, such as…
papules
75 terms
ASMT Skin, Hair, and Nails
cafe au lait
Cafe au lait
tinea versicolor
Tinea versicolor
macule. irregular border. benign. usually less than 1.5 cm
fungal infection. hypo/hyper-pigmented "versicolor". slightly…
cafe au lait
Cafe au lait
macule. irregular border. benign. usually less than 1.5 cm
113 terms
Chapter 5 -Integumentary System - Wingerd Medical Terminology
aden/o
aut/o
cutane/o
cyan/o
gland
self
skin
blue
aden/o
gland
aut/o
self
9 terms
Chapter 16 Cutaneous Lesions
cyst
fissure
macule
papule
thick-walled, closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisol…
groove or crack-like sore
flat, pigmented lesion (mole)
small, solid elevation of the skin
cyst
thick-walled, closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisol…
fissure
groove or crack-like sore
8 terms
Description
Macules
Papules
Bullae
Vesicles
Flat
Raised
Large Blisters
Small Fluid filled sac
Macules
Flat
Papules
Raised
Blisters & Anti-Virals
Blister
Vesicle
Bulla
What is the difference between a vesic…
• an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid... • forms f…
a small blister
a large blister
diameter
Blister
• an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid... • forms f…
Vesicle
a small blister
Skin eruptions
Macules
Papules
Vesicles
Pustules
Freckles
Pimples
Blisters
Acne
Macules
Freckles
Papules
Pimples
12 terms
idk
subcutaneous fascia
sudoriferous
dermis
papule
innermost layer of skin
sweat glands in the skin
also called corium or true skin
rim raised area on the skin
subcutaneous fascia
innermost layer of skin
sudoriferous
sweat glands in the skin
12 terms
Integumentary System 7.3
Subcutaneously Fascia
Sudoriferous
Dermis
Papule
Innermost layer of the skin
Sweat glands in the skin
Also called corium or true skin
Firm raised area on the skin
Subcutaneously Fascia
Innermost layer of the skin
Sudoriferous
Sweat glands in the skin
35 terms
Blisters
What is the difference between a vesic…
What happens when blisters break?
Three causes of blisters are?
Acral arrangement means
Bulla are >1 cm with fluid inside
Either erosion, or ulceration including dermis, then oozing o…
Inflammation with fluid accumulation like contact dermatitis,…
on distal extremities including hands and feet
What is the difference between a vesic…
Bulla are >1 cm with fluid inside
What happens when blisters break?
Either erosion, or ulceration including dermis, then oozing o…
Integumentary System
Subcutaneous fascia
Ulcer
Epidermis
Crust
Innermost layer of skin and is made up of connective and adip…
Deep loss of skin surface that may extend into dermis
Layer of skin with no blood vessels
Scab or dried pus and blood
Subcutaneous fascia
Innermost layer of skin and is made up of connective and adip…
Ulcer
Deep loss of skin surface that may extend into dermis
Dermatology
Macule
Patch
Papule
Plaque
Flat discoloration of the skin <1cm
Flat discoloration of the skin >1cm
Elevated solid skin lesion <1cm
Elevated solid skin lesion >1cm
Macule
Flat discoloration of the skin <1cm
Patch
Flat discoloration of the skin >1cm
12 terms
Cutaneous lesions
crust
cyst
erosion
fissure
collection of dried sebum and cellular debris; scab
thick-walled, closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisol…
wearing away or loss of epidermis
groove or crack-like sore
crust
collection of dried sebum and cellular debris; scab
cyst
thick-walled, closed sac or pouch containing fluid or semisol…
Dermatology- skin lesions
Papule
Macule
Scale
Wheal
Small skin tumor
Freckle
Severe dandruff
Hives
Papule
Small skin tumor
Macule
Freckle
20 terms
Integumentary System Vocabulary
Crust
Cyanosis
Dermis
Epidermis
A scab or dried pus and blood
Bluish discoloration of the skin
Also called Corium or true skin
Layer of skin without blood vessels
Crust
A scab or dried pus and blood
Cyanosis
Bluish discoloration of the skin
8 terms
Descriptive terms for skin lesions
vesicles
pustules
macules
papules
blisters less than 1 cm and filled with clear fluid
vesicles filled with cloudy fluid or pus
non-raised discolored spots less than 1 cm in diameter
elevated lesion less than 1 cm in diameter
vesicles
blisters less than 1 cm and filled with clear fluid
pustules
vesicles filled with cloudy fluid or pus
20 terms
Skin lesions (Primary& Secondary)
Macule
Papule
Plaque
Wheal
< 1cm, flat, circumscribed (freckles/measles)
< 1cm, raised (mole/wart)
> 1cm, raised (psoriasis)
"single hive" raised, fluid filled, superficial... (mosquito bit…
Macule
< 1cm, flat, circumscribed (freckles/measles)
Papule
< 1cm, raised (mole/wart)
skin eruptions
vesicles
papules
scabs
pustules
blisters or sacs filled with fluid
firm raised area
sacs of dried blood and pus ex: scab
sac filled with pus ex: acne
vesicles
blisters or sacs filled with fluid
papules
firm raised area
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