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What are the two layers of skin?
The primary pigment in the skin
excessive flow of oil from the sebaceous glands
the scar left after the healing of a wound
literally means a lying down, a bed sore
contagious skin diesease affecting both man and domestic animals, caused by certain fungi and marked by the localized appearance of discolored, scaly, patches on the skin, also called ringworm
a skin condition caused by a fungus
a cancerous tumor that has black pigmentation
one who specializes in the study of skin
ologist-one who specializes
the horny embryonic tissue from which the nail develops
abnormal redness of the skin occurring over widespread areas of the body
overgrowth of scar tissue caused by excessive collagen formation
pertaining to jaundice
pertaining to below the nail
a fungus condition of the hair
plastic surgery for the removal of wrinkles
an instrument used to cut the skin for grafting
tome-instrument to cut
Hypodermic injection would be given where?
absence of pigment in the skin, hair, and eyes
what does the integumentary system consist of?
skin, hair, nails, and various glands
what are the functions of the skin?
storage, excretion, or synthesis
what is the top layer of skin called?
full of ridges that fit over the papillae of the dermis (fingerprints)
what is the middle layer of skin called
contains blood vessels, nerves, hair follicles, and sweat and oil glands
What is the inner most layer of skin called?
filled with fat globules, blood vessels, and nerves
what is hair composed of?
root, follicle, and shaft
inflammatory condition ofthe sebaceousglands and the hair follicles (pimples)
loss of hair, baldness
inflammation of the skin
inflammatory skin diesase of the epidermis
pigment that gives color to the skin
an inflammatory skin disease caused by a herpes virus (type I); cold sore or fever blister
the production of pus or serum
a skin infection marked by vesicles or bullae
a large blister, a bleb
how long should you keep scheduling books?
if the office opens at 8am, what time should the opening MA be there?
When you have a new schedule book, what should you do first?
form a matrix-cross out times that the dr will be unavailable, including lunch breaks.
what is the first thing you should do when a patient is a "no show"?
Record N/S in the schedule book and the pt's chart
What is the oil secreted from the sebaceous gland called?
a disease of follicles of the sebaceous gland
what are some steps that should be taken when a pt cancels their appt?
make every attempt to fill the void
document in the pt's chart
missed appts must be rescheduled