a Squamous Cell Carcinoma b Basal Cell Carcinoma c Malignant Melanoma 13 What

A squamous cell carcinoma b basal cell carcinoma c

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Which one is considered the most deadly skin cancer type? a) Squamous Cell Carcinoma b) Basal Cell Carcinoma c) Malignant Melanoma
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13. What is the main reason of the development of skin cancer? 14. Squamous Cell Carcinoma comes from? 15. Basal Cell Carcinoma comes from? 16. Physicians used the ABCD method to determine cancer. Explain the acronym A: asymmetry B: border C: color D: dimeter 17. Identify the types of cancer 18. Which type of burn degree requires skin graft? 19. Which type of burn degree leaves blisters? 20. Which burn type only affects the epidermis and appears red and it is painful? 21. Match the following diseases
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a) Addisons 1) Pigment loss due to bodies immune system attacking normal melanocytes b) Xerosis 2) dead necrotic tissue due to ischemia (bed sores) c) Eczema 3) inflammation of the skin of the cheeks; common in women d) Callous 4) separation of the epidermis and dermis that becomes filled with fluid e) Psoriasis 5) Itching f) Vitiligio 6) Chronic autoimmune disorder; can affect any organ system in the body g) Marfan’s 7) defect in elastic fibers (excessive tallness) Syndrome h) Decubitus Ulcer 8) Dryness of the skin and mucous membranes i) SLE (Systematic 9) deep localized staph infection which is associated with sebaceous gland of Lupus Erythematosus hair follicle; redness, swelling and pus; contagious j) Pruritis 10) an increase in the number of layers of the stratum cor neum k) Rosacea 11) chronic dry silvery on the skin l) Carbuncle 12) chronic itchy scaly rash that can crust over; commonly in children
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  • Fall '17
  • patty finkenstadt
  • Sebaceous gland, ers, Squamous cell carcinoma

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