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sebum
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dermis
apocrine glands
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nail matrix
tinea unguium
herpes zoster
impetigo
3rd degree burn
2nd degree burn
hair papillia
mucus membrane
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Integumentary (diagnostic terms) Word Search

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vitiligo
tinea
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scabies
psoriasis
pediculosis
paronychia
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lupus
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herpes simplex virus
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SKIN & BODY MEMBRANES - pt. 1 Word Search

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cutaneious membrane
cutaneous glands
dermal papillae
dermis
epidermis
epithelial membrane
epperson rules
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integumentary system
keratin
keratinocytes
melanin
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pericardium
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subcuataneous tissue
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Integumentary System Bingo Cards

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Subcutaneous Layer
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melanin
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Dermis
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Hair follicle
Apocrine
Sebacceous Glands
Heat
Melanocytes
Nail Plate
Albinism
Eumelanin
Merocrine Gland
Eccrine Gland
Mammary Glands
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Integumentary System Crossword

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Description

Makes up 7% of body weight Skin
Are cells that produce keratin. Keratinocytes
Produce Melanin or pigment Melanocytes
Is the thicker inner region of skin Dermis
Also called the subcutaneous layer Hypodermis
Composed of keratinized filaments rising from pouchlike follicles in the dermis. Hair
or hair follicle receptor HairRootPlexus
an inflammatory Bacterial skin infection Acne
Detect light pressure and low frequency vibration MeissnerCorpuscles
The ability to perceive objects or forces through physical contact Touch
Glands that produce earwax ceruminous
Glands that produce sweat sudoriferous
Produces oil Sebaceous
Glands that produce a watery liquid Eccrine
Glands located in the axilla and the areola of the breast Apocrine
compact Keratinizedcells that form thin hard plates found on the fingers Nails
Is a pigment that give people yellow or golden color Carotene
Are Muscles attached to Hair follicles ArrectorPilli
Detect changes in the temperature and located beneath the skim Thermoreceptors
Is the crescent shaped white area at the base of the nail. Lunula
Was a Hungarian psychiatrist and pioneer in touch deprivation research ReneASpitz
Or tactile disks MerkelDisks
Information from receptors in the skin travel toward this area. PostcentralGyrus
A natural occuring protien found in connective tissues Collagen
Type of tissue that makes up the dermis Epithelial
Deepest layer of the epidermis StratumGerminativum
Is between the epidermis and the dermis Epidermal Junction
found only in the thick skin of palms and soles of feet Stratum Lucium

Integumentary System Crossword

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The very bottom player of the epidermis that has melanocytes within it. Germinativum
The very top layer of the skin that is avascular and has no pain receptors. Epidermis
The protein that is responsible for waterproofing and protection of the skin. Keratin
The gland that helps with secretion, providing oil, lubricating hair and preventing split ends. Sebaceous
(BLANK) corpuscle is the receptor that senses pressure. Pacinian
The type of tissue found in the epidermis. Stratified squamous
The yep of tissue found in the hypodermis. Adipose
The gland found in your ear that produces ear wax in order to protect the ear drum. Ceruminous
An immune response when there is an increase in sebum that contains bacteria Acne
A pathology that comes in 3 degrees, and can damage all 3 layers of the skin depending on the severity. Burn
A pooling of blood due to poor circulation where extreme vasoconstriction results in tissue death. Bedsores
The very top layer of the epidermis where there are 25-30 layers of shedding skin. Corneum
The layer of the epidermis where cells die and are filled with keratin protien. Granulosum
The receptor that senses pain and temperature. Free nerve ending
The dermis is (BLANK) to the hypodermis. Superficial
This part of the skin explains why we have fingerprints. Papillae
(BLANK) is responsible for skin color and UV ray protection. Melanin
The (BLANK) layer is deep to the papillary layer. Reticular
There are two types of this gland, apocrine and eccrine. Sweat
A (BLANK) degree burn causes damage to all 3 skin layers and destruction of free nerve endings. Third

Physiology and Histiology of the Skin Crossword

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Crossword
Description

coiled structures attached to hair follicles apocrine
goose bumps arrector pili
protective barrier of the epidermis barrier function
glycolipid materials that are a natural part of the interellular matrix ceramides
stratum corneum cell corneocytes
membranes of rideges and grooves that attach to the epidermis dermal papillae
derma, corium, cutis, true skin dermis
assist in holding cells together desmosomes
burning rays uvb
aging rays uva
enzyme that stimulates melanocytes tyrosinase
transepidermal water loss tewl
couperose skin telangiectasia
help regulate immune response tcells
sweat glands sudoriferous
subcutis tissue adipose
subcutaneous layer hypodermis
layer above the basal layer stratum spinosum
clear transparent layer lucidum
layer composed of cells filled with keratin granulosum
stratum germinativum basal cell layer
outer most layer of the epidermis stratum corneum
oil that provides protection for the epidermis sebum
appendages connected to follicles sebaceous glands
characterized by flushing, telangiectasis, and formation of papules and pustules rosacea
layer that supplies skin with oxygen and nutrients reticular
tube-like openings for sweat glands pores

Integumentary System Word Search

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sebaceous gland
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hair
skin
dermatologist
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melanin
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squamous cell carcinoma
basal cell carcinoma
subcutaneous layer
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Chapter 5 Skin Crossword

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Crossword
Description

One way our body regulates temperature Sweating
Where nail growth occurs Nail
Composed of 5 epithelium layer, found in palms and soles Thick Skin
Deepest layer of the skin Dermis
Composed of fused, dead, keratinized cells Hair
Sensations which arise in the skin Cutaneous Sensations
Found in the epidermis, react to pain, heat and cold Free Nerve Endings
Most common sweat glands Eccrine Sweat Gland
Also known as the cutaneous membrane Skin
Sheath which surrounds the hair root Hair Follicle
Produce the protein keratin Keratinocytes
Produced by the skin when activated by UV rays Vitamin D
Gives skin strength, ability to stretch Reticular Layer
Portion of the hair below the surface Root
When it's hot our blood vessels ________________ Dilate
Location in the hair which produces new hair cells Matrix
Most superficial layer of the epidermis Stratum Corneum
Help us sense touch, located in the dermis and the epidermis Meissners Corpuscles
Elimination of substances from the body Excretion
White semilunar area near the nail root Lunula
Layer of skin found only in thick skin Stratum Lucidum
Produce the pigment melanin Melanocytes
Produce earwax in the ear Ceruminous Gland
Prevent the evaporation of water from the skin Lipids

SKIN AND BODY MEMBRANES Word Search

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CONNECTIVE
SKIN
NAILS
VASCULAR
DERMOTOLOGIST
RETICULAR
FINGERPRINTS
FIRST DEGREE
SECOND DEGREE
THIRD DEGREE
BURN
ELASTICITY
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Skin Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

During fear, anger, and certain other types of emotional stress, some people become pale. Pallor
An abnormal yellow skin tones usally signifies a liver disorder, in which yellow bile pigments accumulate in the blood and are deposited in body tissue. Jaudice
A bronze, or metallic appearance of the skin. Bronzing
A mark where blood escaped from the circulation and forms clots. Bruise
Dark pigment formed by cells called melanocytes; imparts color to skin and hair. Melanin
Yellow to orange pigment that accumulates in the stratum corneum epidermal lauer and in fatty tissue of the hypodermis. Carotene
When hemoglobin is poorly oxygenated, both the blood and skin appear blue. Cyanosis
Reddened skin indicating embarrassment, fever, hyperextension, inflammation, or allergy. Erythema
Oxygen-transporting protein of erythrocytes. Hemoglobin
The separation of the epidermal and dermal layers by a fluid-filled pocket. Blister
Dermal tearing. Stretch marks
Sweat glands abundant on the palms, soles of feet, and the forehead. Eccrine glands
The surface opening of the duct of a sweat gland. Pore
The less numerous type of sweat gland; produces a secretion containing water, salts, proteins, and fatty acid. Apocrine sweat gland
Milk-producing glands of the breast. Mammary gland
Epidermal glands that produce and oily secretion called sebum. Sebaceous glands
Oily secretion of sebaceous glands. Sebum
A burn in which the epidermis and the upper region of the dermis are damaged. Second-degree burn
Formed if the sebaceous gland duct is blocked by accumulated sebum. Whitehead
Formed from an oxidized whitehead. Blackhead
An active inflammation of the sebaceous glands. Acne
Glands that accumulate their secretion within their cells; secretions are discharged only upon rupture and the death of a cell. Holocrine glands
Also known as "cradle cap" in infants. Seborrhea
The spider-shaped epithelial cells that synthesize the pigmet melanin. Melanocytes
Full thickness burns that involve the entire thickness of the skin. Third-degree burn