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  1. What is the prefix for:
    Within, inside---
    Intra-/endo-
  2. What a prefix for :
    Large
    Prefix for Large is Macro-
  3. Write a prefix for :
    before, infront of--
    The prefix for before, infront of: pre-/ante-
  4. Write a prefix for :
    Around
    Prefix for around is: peri-
  5. Write a prefix for: new
    Prefix for new is : neo-
  6. What is the prefix for : without
    Prefix for without is : a-/an-
  7. Prefix for half is:
    Prefix for half is: hemi-/semi-
  8. Write a prefix for painful, difficult:
    Prefix for painful, difficult is: dys-
  9. Write a prefix for above:
    Prefix for above is: supra-/super-/hyper-
  10. Write a prefix for over, above:
    Prefix for over, above is: hyper-/super-
  11. Write the prefix for many:
    prefix for many is: poly-/multi-
  12. Write a prefix for slow:
    Prefix for slow is: brady-
  13. Write a prefix for self:
    Prefix for self is : auto-
  14. What is the prefix for across:
    Prefix for across is: trans-
  15. What is the prefix for two:
    Prefix for two is: bi-
  16. What is the prefix and meaning of tachycardia:
    • The prefix of tachycardia is:
    • prefix is tachy
    • meaning is fast
  17. What is the prefix and meaning of pseudocyesis:
    • Prefix and meaning for pseudocyesis:
    • Prefix is pseudo
    • meaning is false
  18. What is the prefix and meaning of hypoglycemia:
    • The prefix and meaning of hypoglycemia:
    • Prefix-hypo
    • meaning-under/below
  19. The 3 layers of skin in order starting with the most superficial are:_____________,_____________and ___________________.
    The 3 layers of skin in order starting with the most superficial are:_epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous Layer.
  20. The _____________layer is the only living layer of the epidermis.
    Basal Cell
  21. The subcutaneous layer of skin is composed primarily of:
    adipose
  22. Sensory receptors are located in the ______________layer of skin.
    Dermis
  23. Nails and hair are composed of a hard protein called:
    Keratin
  24. __________________ is the pigment that gives skin its color.
    Melanin
  25. Another name for the dermis is _____________.
    Corium
  26. The nail body is connected to underlying tissue by the _______________.
    Nail Bed
  27. __________________ glands release their product directly into hair follicles while _____________ glands release their product into a duct.
    • Sebaceous Gland
    • Sweat Gland
  28. _____________ glands are sweat glands found in the underarm are public areas.
    Apocrine gland
  29. What is inflammation fo the skin?
    Dermatitis
  30. What is any abnormal skin condition?
    Dermatosis
  31. An instrument for cutting the skin?
    Dermatome
  32. What is a specialist in the skin:
    Dermatologist
  33. What is surgical repair of the skin?
    Dermatoplasty
  34. What is the study of skin?
    Dermatology
  35. What does melan/o means black:
    Black Tumor- what is the name?
    Black Cell-what is the name?
    • Black Tumor - Melanoma
    • Black Cell- Melanocyte
  36. With the suffix -dermy meaning skin:
    Scaly Skin-
    White Skin-
    Red Skin-
    • Scaly Skin-Ichtyoderma
    • White Skin- Leukoderma
    • Red Skin- Erythroderma
  37. What are the meaning of each when anych/o refers to the nail:
    Softening of the nail-
    Infection around the nail-
    Nail eating (bitting)-
    Removal of the nail-
    • Softening of the nail-Onychomalacia
    • Infection around the nail-paronychia
    • Nail eating (bitting)-Onychophagia
    • Removal of the nail-Onychectomy
  38. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Cry/o
  39. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Cutane/o
  40. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Diaphor/o
  41. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Py/o
  42. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Cyan/o
    Cold
  43. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Ungu/o
    nail
  44. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Lip/o
    Fat
  45. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Hidr/o
    Sweat
  46. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Rhytid/o
    Wrinkle
  47. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Seb/o
    Sebum
  48. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Trich/o
    hair
  49. Define the following combining forms and use them to form integumentary terms:
    Necr/o
    Death
  50. Define the following:
    macule
    Macule- flat, discolored area that is flush with the skin surface
  51. Define the following:
    papule
    Papule-small solid raised spot less than 0.5 cm
  52. Define the following:
    Cyst
    Cyst- fluid filled sac under the skin
  53. Define the following:
    fissure
    Fissure-crack-like lesion or groove on the skin
  54. Define the following:
    pustule
    Pustule-raised spot on the skin containing pus
  55. Define the following:
    wheal
    Wheal-Small,round, swollen area on the skin; typically seen in allergic skin reactions such as hives and usually accomplanied by urticaria
  56. Define the following:
    vesicle
    Vesicle-a blister, small, fluid-filled raised spot on the skin
  57. Define the following:
    ulcer
    Ulcer-Open sore or lesion in skin or mecous membrane
  58. Define the following:
    nodule
    Nodule-firm, discolored area that is flush with the skin surface. An example would be a freckly or a birthmark.
  59. Define the following:
    laceration
    Laceration-a torn or jagged wound; incorrectly used to describe a cut.
  60. Describe the following burn type:
    First degree
    First Degree burns-redness involving superficial layer of the skin
  61. Describe the following type of burn:
    Second Degree
    Second Degree burn-Burn damage through epidermis and into dermis causing vesicles
  62. Describe the following type of burn:
    Third Degree
    Third Degree Burns- burn damage to full thickness of epidermis and dermis.
  63. What does eczema mean:
    e
  64. What does nevus mean?
    f
  65. What does lipoma mean?
    i
  66. What does urticaria mean?
    j
  67. What does bedsore mean?
    a
  68. What does acne rosacea mean?
    c
  69. What does acne vulgaris mean?
    l
  70. What does hirsutism mean?
    g
  71. What does alopecia mean?
    k
  72. What does gangrene mean?
    h
  73. What does scleroderma mean?
    d
  74. What does albinism mean?
    b
  75. Define debridement:
    h
  76. Define cauterization:
    i
  77. Define chemabrasion:
    j
  78. Define dermatoplasty:
    e
  79. Define liposuction:
    c
  80. Define rhytidectomy:
    a
  81. Define curettage:
    f
  82. Define dermabrasion:
    g
  83. Define dermatome:
    b
  84. Define cryocurgery:
    d
  85. What is the abbreviation for frozen section:
    FS
  86. What is the abbrevviation for incision and drainage:
    I & D
  87. What is the abbreviation for intradermal:
    ID
  88. What is the abbreviations for subcutaneous:
    subq, subcu,SC
  89. What is the abbreviations for ultraviolet:
    UV
  90. What is the abbreviations for biospy:
    BX, bx
  91. Identify C&S:
    culture and sensitivity
  92. Identify BCC:
    Basal Cell Carcinoma
  93. Identify derm:
    dermatology
  94. Identify SG:
    Skin Graft
  95. Identify decub:
    Decubitus Ulcer
  96. Identify MM:
    Malignant Melanoma
  97. The winter climates can cause dry skin. The medical term for this is___________________.
    xeroderma
  98. Kim has ecdperienced small pinpoint purplish spots caused by bleeding under the skin. This is called ___________________.
    petechiae
  99. Janet has a fungal skin disease. This is called ___________________.
    tinea
  100. A contagious skin disease caused by a mite is ________________________.
    scabies
  101. j-5
    An infection around the entire nail is called:
    paronychia
  102. J-6
    A form of skin cancer affecting AIDS patients is called_______________.
    Kaposi's sarcoma
  103. J-7
    latrivia has a bacterial skin infection that results in pustules crusting and rupturing. It is called_________________.
    impetigo
  104. J-8
    James's burn scar became a hypertrophic _______________________________.
    keloid
  105. J-9
    For a(n) ______________________ test, cells scraped off teh skin are examied under a microscope.
    Exfoliative cytology
  106. J-10
    During surgery a ____________________ was ordered for a paid exam of tissue cut from a tumor.
    Frozen Section
  107. Use the prefixes to write a word that means:
    epi- , sub- , intra- , hypo-

    under the skin ___________ or ____________.
    hypodermic, or subcutaneous
  108. Use the prefixes to write a word that means:
    epi- , sub- , intra- , hypo-

    Within the skin ____________.
    intradermal
  109. Use the prefixes to write a word that means:
    epi- , sub- , intra- , hypo-

    On the skin ____________.
    epidermis

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