Mammary Glands - cells. Lesion Eruption (Rash) Macules...

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Integumentary System Mammary Glands * Modified apocrine sweat glands * Milk producing glands that develops during pregnancy and lactation. * Mammae - breast (men have breast but not mammary glands) Polythelia * thick strips of ectoderm extending from the axillary to the inguinal regions called mammary ridges. * The development of additional nipples or mammae along the milk line Accessory Organs of the Skin Nails- plates of tightly packed, hard, keratinized cells of the epidermis * Consist of three parts * body (plate)- portion that is visible and that lies over the nail bed * free edge- extends past the end of the finger or toe * nail root- portion that is not visible * nails are pink because of underlying vessels * whitish semilunar area near the root is call lunula . It appears white because vascular tissue underneath does not show through due to thickened stratum basale. * nail growth occurs by the transformation of superficial cells of the nail matrix into nail
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Unformatted text preview: cells. Lesion Eruption (Rash) Macules Papule Plaques Scales Ulcer circumscribed area of skin loss extending through the epidermis and at least part of the dermis (papillary). Crust Erosion Lichenification Atrophy Scar Cyst Pustule Nodule Vesicle (Blister) Integumentary System Tinea * "Tinea" refers to a skin infection with a dermatophyte (ringworm) fungus. * Depending on which part of the body is affected, it is given a specific name. * Tina barbae (beard) * Tina capitis (head) * Tina corporis (body) * Tinea cruris (groin) * Tinea faciei (face) * Tinea manuum (hand) * Tinea pedis (foot) * Tinea unguium (nail) Tinea barbae Fungal beard infection Typical tinea capitis Tinea corporis (body) Tinea cruris (groin) Tinea cruris (groin) Tinea faciei (face) Tinea manuum (hand) Tinea unguium (nail)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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