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sudoriferous glands sebaceous glands secondary lesion Primary lesions
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What is ANHIDROSIS
lack of sweat, usually a nerve problem. Needs medical attention.
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What is OPEN COMEDO
black heads, have no infection
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What is CRUST
Dead cells that form over a wound or blemish while healing; accumulation of sebum and pus sometimes mixed with epidermal cells. Dead and alive cells are in the crust along with blood, lymph, and sometimes bacteria.
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What bulla
large blister containing a watery fluid; similar to a vesicle. requires medical referral. Caused by injury, etc. Treated by a doctor when it pops.
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What is PUSTULE
Raised, inflamed, papule with a white or yellow center containing pus in the top of the lesion. use gloves and wrap your fingers with cotton.
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What is BROMHIDROSIS
false smelling, too much bacteria building up in sweat glands. can go to the doctor to help decrease the smell.
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What is CLOSED COMEDO
white head, have infection. Pimple with pus
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What is EXCORIATION
skin sore or abrasion by scratching or scraping.
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What is cyst
closed, abnormally developed sac that contains pus, semifluid, or morbin matter, above or below the skin. A cyst can be drained of fluid and a tubercle cannot. requires medical referral.
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What is TUMOR
Abnormal mass varying in size, shape , and color. Any type of abnormal mass, not always cancer. Requires medical referral.
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What is HYPERHIDROSIS
too much sweat. Need to see a doctor
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What is MILIA
white bumps under the skin. Little white pearl size balls under the skin. considered little tiny cysts.
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What is FISSURE
crack in the skin that penetrates the dermis.
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What is MACULE
flat spot or discolored on the skin
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What is VESICLE
small blister or sac containing clear fluid, lying within or just beneath the epidermis. Requires medical referral if cause is unknown or untreatable with over- the -counter products
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What is MILIARIA RUBRA
prickly heat; little tiny red bumps. sweat glands being out not knowing what they're supposed to be doing.
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What is ACNE
pusterals that grow to larger size. propionibacterium acnes
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What is KELOID
A thick scar resulting from excessive growth of fibrous tissue. keloids will form along any type of scar for people susceptible to them.
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What is NODULE
a solid bump larger than 0.4 inches (1cm) that can be easily felt. requires medical referral. Should be referred to a doctor.
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What is WHEAL
An itchy, swollen lesion that can be caused by a blow, scratch, bite of an insect, or urticaria, or the sting of a nettle. Typically resolves on its own, but referral to a physician should be considered when the condition lasts more than three days.
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What is CONJUNCTIVITIS
pink eye, contagious needs medical attention
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What is SEBACEOUS CYST
A large protruding pocket- like a lesion filled with sebum. frequently seen on the scalp and the back may be surgically removed by a dermatologist.
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What is SCALE
thin, dry, or oily plate of epidermis flakes.
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What is PAPULE
a small elevation on the skin that contains no fluid, but may develop pus.
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What is herpes simplex
fever blister or cold sore. Blister appears on the lip, nostrils, or other parts of the face, and they can last up too 3 weeks.




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