GU HA Week 3
Card Set Information
GU HA Week 3
GU HA week 3
Flaking of skin with seborrheic dermatitis or following a drug rxn; dry skin.
Rough, thickened epidermis secondary to persistent rubbing, itching, or skin irritation; often invoves flexor surface of extremity
example of lichenification
Irregularly shaped, elevated, progressively enlarging scar; grows beyond the boundaries of the wound; caused by excessive collagen formation during healing.
Thin to thick fibrous tissue that replaces normal skin following injury or laceration to dermis.
Example of a scale.
fladking of skin with seborrheic dermatitis or following a drug rxn; dry skin
Example of an excoriation.
abrasion or scratch; scabies
Loss of the epidermis; linear hollowed-out, crusted area
Linear crack or break from the epidermis to the dermis; may be moist or dry.
Examples of a fissure.
Athlete's foot, cracks at the corner of the mouth
Loss of part of the epidermis; depressed, moist, glistening; follows rupture of a vesicle or bulla.
Examples of an erosion.
varicella, variola after rupture
Loss of epidermis and dermis; concave; varies in size.
Dried serum, blood, or purulent exudates; slightly elevated; size varies; brown, red, black, tan, or straw-colored.
Lesion appears in one small area.
Term for: Lesions that appear widely distributed or in numerous areas simulataneously.
Term to describe coin-shaped lesions.
Term to describe lesions with round, active margins with central clearing.
Term to describe lesions following a nerve or segment of the body.
Term to describe lesions with interlocking or coalesced circles (formed by enlargement of annular lesions); ex: psoriases, urticaria.
Term to describe lesions with pink macules and purple central papules.
Term to describe lesions that are star-shaped
Term to describe lesions that are snakelike or have a wavy line track (cutanea larva migrans).
Term to describe lesions that are netlike or lacy.
Term to describe lesions that are measles-like (maculopapular lesions that become confluent on the face and body).
Term to describe lesions that are well demarcated or defined (psoriasis).
Term to describe lesions that are poorly defined, have borders that merge into normal skin or outlying ill-defined papules.
Term to describe lesions that have a margin showing greater activity than the center.
Term to describe lesions that are nonsmooth or have a notched margin.
Term to describe lesions with a depressed center (basal cell carcinoma center).
border raised above
Term to describe lesions that are expanding at the margins.
Term to describe lesions with an erythematous border surrounding lighter skin.
Term to describe lesions with peeling or sloughing off skin.
Term to describe lesions with hypertrophic stratum corneum.
Term to describe lesions with central umbilication or dimpling.
Term to describe lesions with dilated BV within it that blanch completely (may be markers of systemic disease).
Dried exudate that may have been serous, purulent, or hemorrhagic
Term to describe lesions that run together.
Term to describe lesions that are disc-shaped without central clearing.
Term to describe lesions with partil rings.
Term to describe lesions that have horny thickening