Med-skin anatomy

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stages of wound healing1. inflammation-vessels contract(hemostasis) then dilate to allow macrophages to come in 2. proliferation-fibroblasts lay down collagen to rebuild skin produce scar tissue 3. remodeling-collagen 3 turns back into collagen 1
re-epithelializationmigration of keratinocytes into wound
anchors epidermis to dermisrete ridges
layer where cell division occursbasale
what kind of distribution does melanocytes havepageoid distribution(upward spread)
prominent feature in s. spinosum layerdesmosome
what is a desmosomecell to cell junction import for bulls disorders
purpose of lipids in s. granwater barrier
cells in s. cornanucleate cells filled with keratin
pemphigus vulgarisblisters ruptured
bullous pemphigoidattack hemidesmosomes(epidermis to BM); intact blisters
hemidesmosomes attachepidermis to BM
accelerated rate of epidermal turnover, before 28 dayspsoriasis
new vessels formed form old vesselsangiogenesis
papillary dermis contains ? that supplies O2 & nutrients to epidermispapillary loops
name for skin lines or relaxed skin tension lineslanger's lines
collagen orientation in reticular dermisskin lines are collagen orientation and it is perpendicular to long axis
do u want your incision perpendicular or parallel to relaxed skin tension linesparallel
term for allergic rx; edema in papillary dermisurticaria
inflammation of subcutaneous skin layer often present on shinserythema nodosum
split thickness vs full thickness skin graftssplit-epidermis and part of dermis, Pro-good take, Con-contract during healing. Full thickness-ep and all of dermis p-less contraction c-less take
3 types of neuropathyautonomic, sensory, motor
clinical feature of neuropathy caused by metabolic pathway abnormalitystocking glove
raynaud's phenomenon vs dzdz-vasoconstriction of vessels due to cold; phenonmenon-caused by another condition