Discuss the events of psoriasis and list the various treatments for this problem.
Dermis Discuss the two layers of the dermis in terms of the connective tissue cells and matrix, as well as the host of sensory receptors, immune cells, adipocytes, and functional extensions of the epidermis.
Discuss the appearance, development, and uniqueness of the epidermal ridges.
The Structural Basis of Skin Color Explain the basis for skin color function and variation.
Discuss the use of skin color as a diagnostic clue for certain conditions.
Accessory Structures of the Skin Explain what is meant by epidermal derivative, and the organs that are in this category.
Hair Discuss the location of hair in the adult.
Anatomy of a Hair Describe the cell types involved in production of the hair root and follicle, and how they are related to the structures of the sheath layers.
List the accessory structures (nerves, erector pilli muscle, sebaceous gland, etc.) and their functional relation to the hair follicle.
Hair Growth Discus the growth and resting stages of the hair cycle.
Hair Color Discuss the role of melanin in hair color.
Functions of Hair List and describe the functions of hair.
Skin Glands List the different types of skin glands.
Sebaceous Glands Explain the distribution and size of glands over the body, as well as the content, function, and dysfunction of the sebum secretion.
Describe the cause, location, and possible outcome of acne.
Sudoriferous Glands Discuss the different structures, locations, and secretions of the two types of sudoriferous glands.
Ceruminous Glands Discuss the specialized location of ceruminous glands and the difference in purpose between cerumin and sebum.
Discuss the effect of impacted cerumen on hearing and the treatment for the condition.
Nails Describe the components of the fingernails and toenails and their growth pattern.
Types of Skin Compare the structural and functional differences between thin and thick skin.
Functions of Skin List the functions of skin.
Thermoregulation Explain the role of the skin in helping to maintain the homeostasis of normal
Protection Describe the role of the skin in providing a physical, chemical, and biological barrier for protection.
Cutaneous Sensations Briefly discuss the types of cutaneous sensations that are associated with the skin.
Excretion and Absorption Discuss the role of the skin in excretion of substances from the body and in absorption.
Synthesis of Vitamin D Discuss the role of the skin in vitamin D synthesis.
Discuss the process of transdermal drug administration.
Maintaining Homeostasis: Skin Wound Healing List the two kinds of skin wound healing, based on the depth of the injury.
Epidermal Wound Healing Outline the causes, description, and steps involved in epidermal wound healing.
Deep Wound Healing Outline the causes, description, and steps involved in deep wound healing.