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Sabrina Scarborough Skin Chpt 2
 

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Chapter 2 - Skin

Chapter 2 - Skin

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    Sabrina Scarborough Skin Chpt 2 Sabrina Scarborough Skin Chpt 2 Presentation Transcript

    • OverviewofSkin
      Sabrina Scarborough
    • Protection
      Sensation
      Temperature Regulation
      Excretion
      Functions
    • Microorganisms
      Ultraviolet Light
      Dehydration
      Abrasions
      Water Loss
      Protects Against:
    • Detects:
      Hot
      Cold
      Touch
      Pressure
      Pain
      Sensation
    • Control of Blood Flow
      Activity of Sweat Glands
      Temperature Regulation
    • Waste Products
      Gland Secretion
      Excretion
    • Epidermis
      Dermis
      Hypodermis
      Three Major Tissue Layers
    • Superficial Part of Skin
      Composed of Five Strata (Layers)
      Strata Corneum
      Strata Lucidum
      Stratum Granulosum
      Stratum Spinosum
      Stratum Basale
      Epidermis
    • Deep Part of Skin
      Connective Tissue
      Composed of Two Layers
      Papillary
      Reticular
      Dermis
    • Not Part of Skin
      Loose Connective Tissue
      Contains Abundant Fat Deposits
      Connects Skin to Muscles and Bones
      Hypodermis
    • Thick Skin
      Contains Five Strata
      Palms of Hands
      Soles of Feet
      Fingertips
      Thin Skin
      Generally Four Strata
      Covers Remaining Parts of Body
      Type of Skin Where Hair is Found
      Thick and Thin Skin
    • Determined by:
      Pigments
      Blood Circulation
      Thickness of Stratum Corneum
      Skin Color
    • Most Common Type of Cancer
      Result From:
      Ultraviolet Radiation
      Chemicals
      X-Rays
      Depression of Immune System
      Inflammation
      Inherited
      Skin Cancer