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Integumentary System

FUNCTIONS OF THE SKIN STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN DERMIS HYPODERMIS SKIN PROBLEMS
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What is the MAIN function of the skin?
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What is the MAIN function of the skin?
A watertight covering
Skin also helps regulate the ______ within the body?
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Skin also helps regulate the ______ within the body?
Temperature
What is the process of internal heat circulating through the blood vessels and being lost?
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What is the process of internal heat circulating through the blood vessels and being lost?
Radiation
Help you respond to pain, pressure, changes in temperature, etc.
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Help you respond to pain, pressure, changes in temperature, etc.
Nerve Endings
Skin is your major_____ organ
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Skin is your major_____ organ
Sense
How many layers of skin do you have?
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How many layers of skin do you have?
2
What are the names of the 2 layers of skin?
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What are the names of the 2 layers of skin?
Dermis/Epidermis
What do we call the portion that lies below the dermis?
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What do we call the portion that lies below the dermis?
Hypodermis
The 'epidermis' conatains a protein called?
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The 'epidermis' conatains a protein called?
Keratin
What are two examples of dead cells which grow out of the epidermis?
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What are two examples of dead cells which grow out of the epidermis?
Toenails/Fingernails
What are the 2 types of glands in the skin?
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What are the 2 types of glands in the skin?
Sweat/Sebaceus
What is the oily substance secreted by the sebaceous glands?
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What is the oily substance secreted by the sebaceous glands?
Sebum
These glands secrete perspiration through ducts to pores
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These glands secrete perspiration through ducts to pores
Sweat Glands
Approximately how many hairs do you have on your head?
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Approximately how many hairs do you have on your head?
Between 100,000 and 200,000
A small pocket that holds the root in the dermis
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A small pocket that holds the root in the dermis
Follicle
What does the word 'Hypo' mean?
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What does the word 'Hypo' mean?
Under, little,low, etc.
The hypodermis attaches your skin to ______ and ______
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The hypodermis attaches your skin to ______ and ______
Bone and Muscle
What is the other function of the 'hypodermis' besides providing insulation?
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What is the other function of the 'hypodermis' besides providing insulation?
Acts as a cushion to protect organs
What is the clogging of the pores of skin?
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What is the clogging of the pores of skin?
Acne
What years of life is Acne most prevalent?
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What years of life is Acne most prevalent?
Adolescence (11-19)
Skin infections that result in swelling, redness, and the formation of pus (Bible times)
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Skin infections that result in swelling, redness, and the formation of pus (Bible times)
Boils
Small growths caused by viruses
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Small growths caused by viruses
Warts
Raised areas that are filled with a 'watery liquid'
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Raised areas that are filled with a 'watery liquid'
Blisters
Red 'patches' on the skin and than flakes off
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Red 'patches' on the skin and than flakes off
Psoriasis
Caused by an absence of melanin (white spots on skin)
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Caused by an absence of melanin (white spots on skin)
Vitiligo

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