coarse crackling sensation palpable over the skin surface. It occurs in subcutaneous emphysema when air escapes from the lung and enters the subcutaneous tissue, as after open thoracic injury or surgery.
Difficulty with language comprehension or expression
A hemorrhagic spot or blotch, larger than petechia, in the skin or mucous membrane, forming a nonelevated, rounded or regular, blue or purplish patch
restriction of blood flow due to factors in blood vesels
A hypertrophic scar. The resulting skin level is elevated by excess scar tissue, which is invasive beyond the site of original injury. May increase long after healing occurs. Looks smooth, rubbery, “clawlike,” and has a higher incidence among blacks.
pain and limited mobility
may impair cardiopulmonary function
Prolonged intense scratching eventually thickens the skin and produces tightly packed sets of papules; looks like surface of moss
Solely a color change, flat and circumscribed, of less than 1 cm. Examples: freckles, flat nevi, hypopigmentation, petechiae, measles, scarlet fever.
back and forth oscillation of the eyes
Btwn Lethargy and stupor
difficult to rouse, sleeps most of the time
swelling of the optic disc/nerve
something you can feel (i.e., solid, elevated, circumscribed, less than 1 cm diameter) caused by superficial thickening in the epidermis. Examples: elevated nevus (mole), lichen planus, molluscum, wart (verruca).
smooth, pale gray, avascular, mobile, not tender
can be from alergies
decreased power of accomodation of the lens
ex. of upper eyelid
blood and serous fluid drainage
clear yellow, transparent
benign, watery like
Deviation in the anteroposterior axis of eye
Superficial, raised, transient, and erythematous; slightly irregular shape due to edema (fluid held diffusely in the tissues). Examples: mosquito bite, allergic reaction, dermographism, Tumor