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  • 1. Jennifer Enghauser
    Presentation 3
    3B: Page 67
    September 7, 2011
    Professor Abdullah
    Bio 120: Medical Terminology
    Integumentary System
  • 2. The integumentary system includes the following organs: Skin, hair, nails, sebaceous glands and sweat glands. The skin alone is the largest organ in the human body. It provides a protective two-way barrier between our internal and external environments.
    Because of the amount of surface area that the skin contains, there is a lot of potential for disease. I have included some of those diseases on the slides that follow using combining forms and suffixes pertaining to the skin and nails.
    Introduction
  • 3. Dermatosis: Abnormal condition of the skin.
    Dermatitis: Inflamation of the skin
    Dermat/o (combining form: skin)
  • 4. Melanoma: Black tumor
    Melanocyte: Black Cell
    Melan/o (combining form: black)
  • 5. Erythroderma: Red skin
    Leukoderma: White Skin
    -derma (suffix: skin)
  • 6. Onychomalacia: Softening of the nails
    Onychophagia: Nail biting
    Onych/0 (combining form: nail)

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