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This document and the information thereon is the property ofPHINMA Education (Department of Nursing)1 of 6Anatomy & Physiology - LectureSTUDENT ACTIVITY SHEETBS NURSING / FIRST YEARSession # 4LESSON TITLE:INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEMLEARNING OUTCOMES:Upon completion of this lesson, you can:1.Define the integumentary system and its structures;19. Describe the nail structures and its nail growth2.Describe the major functions of integumentary system;process;3.Identify the major tissue layers of skin;20. Recognize how the integumentary system can4.Describe the structure and function of epidermis;be used as a diagnostic aid;5.Describe the different epidermal strata;21. Define the burn injury and its classification on6.Enumerate the common conditions associated with stratumthe basis of the amount of skin damagecorneum; produced;7.Illustrate the process of keratinization;22. Describe the two burn treatments;8.Discuss the structure and function of dermis;23. Enumerate the different skin diseases and9.Describe the layers of dermis and dermal papillae; disorders;10. List the factors that determine the skin color; 24. Describe the skin cancer and its types; and, 11. Define themelanocytes and melanosomes; 25. List the changes the integumentary system 12. Describe melanin with itsdeterminants and areas with more undergoes with age.& less melanin production;13. Discuss the process on how melanin transfers to epithelialMaterials:cells;14. Describe the structure & function of subcutaneous tissue;Book, pen and notebook15. Describe the structure and functions of a hair and itsReference:components;16. Identify the cycle of hair production;VanPutte, C., Regan, J., & Russo, A. (2019).17. List down important facts regarding the hair;Seeley’s essentials of anatomy & physiology18. Name the glands of the skin with its structure, types of(10th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-HillEducation.

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