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Anatomy A. Chapter 4 Week 3. Agenda 12/10. Research & Report Presentations Medical Terminology Quiz Tuesday. Agenda 12/11. Research & Report Presentations Medical Terminology Quiz Chapter 4 Quiz 2 Friday 12/14 Chapter 4 TEST Wednesday 12/19 . Warm-up 12/12.

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Anatomy a

Anatomy A

Chapter 4

Week 3


Agenda 12 10
Agenda 12/10

  • Research & Report Presentations

  • Medical Terminology

    • Quiz Tuesday


Agenda 12 11
Agenda 12/11

  • Research & Report Presentations

  • Medical Terminology Quiz

  • Chapter 4 Quiz 2 Friday 12/14

  • Chapter 4 TEST Wednesday 12/19


Warm up 12 12
Warm-up 12/12

  • Using your knowledge about the Integumentary system and skin structure, how would YOU classify burns into 3 different classes? (First, Second & Third Degree)

  • As a table group, write a description for each burn class.

    • What layers involved?

    • What kind of damage?



Agenda 12 12
Agenda 12/12

  • Finish Research & Report Presentations (LAST CHANCE)

  • Notes: Homeostatic Imbalances of the Skin

    • What are the differences between 1st , 2nd, and 3rd degree burns?

    • What is the importance of the “Rule of Nines”?

    • What are the basic characteristics of basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma?

  • Homework p.16 in packet

  • Chapter 4 Quiz 2 Friday 12/14

  • Chapter 4 TEST Wednesday 12/19


C skin homeostatic imbalances
C. Skin Homeostatic Imbalances

  • Infections

    • _________________________

      • Caused by fungal infection

    • ___________________

      • Caused by bacterial infection

    • __________

      • Caused by virus

Boils and Carbuncles

Athlete’s Foot (tineapedis)

Cold sores


Athletes foot
Athletes Foot

  • Fungal Infection


Boils
Boils

  • Inflammation of hair follicles/sebaceous glands—Staph Infection (Carbuncles)


Cold sore canker sore
Cold Sore/Canker Sore

Canker Sores: Caused by break in the mucous membrane

Cold Sores: Active Herpes Infection


C skin homeostatic imbalances1
C. Skin Homeostatic Imbalances

  • Infections and allergies

    • _________________

      • Exposures cause allergic reaction

    • _________

      • Caused by bacterial infection

    • _________

      • Cause is unknown

      • Triggered by trauma, infection, stress

Contact dermatitis

Impetigo

Psoriasis



Dermititis
Dermititis

  • Poison Oak: Allergic Response to Chemical Defense of Plant


Dermititis1
Dermititis

  • Poison Ivy: Allergic Response to Chemical Defense of Plant


Impetigo
Impetigo

  • Staph Infection (Blister Form)


Psoriasis
Psoriasis

  • Scaled epidermis, increased rates of mitosis, highly keratinized.


C skin homeostatic imbalances3
C. Skin Homeostatic Imbalances

  • Burns

    • Tissue damage and cell death caused by ________________________________

    • Associated dangers

      • ____________

      • ____________________

      • ________________

Heat, electricity, UV radiation, or chemicals

Dehydration

Electrolyte imbalance

Circulatory shock


3 burns
3. Burns

Rule of Nines

  • ____________ - Way to determine the extent of burns

    • Body is divided into 11 areas for quick estimation

    • Each area represents about 9% of total body surface area



3 burns1
3. Burns

  • Severity of Burns

    • First-degree burns

      • _________________________

      • _____________________

    • Second-degree burns

      • __________________________________

      • _____________________

    • Third-degree burns

      • _____________________

      • _______________________

Only epidermis is damaged

Skin is red and swollen

Epidermis and upper dermis are damaged

Skin is red with blisters

Destroys entire skin layer

Burn is gray-white or black


Severity of burns what degree
Severity of Burns What Degree?

Third Degree

First Degree

Second Degree


3 burns2
3. Burns

  • Critical Burns

    Burns are considered critical if

    • ________ of body has second-degree burns

    • ________ of the body has third-degree burns

    • There are third-degree burns of the face, hands, or feet

Over 25%

Over 10%


Warm up 12 13
Warm-up 12/13

  • Fill in the Following chart as best you can.


Agenda 12 13
Agenda 12/13

  • Notes: Homeostatic Imbalances of the Skin

    • What is the importance of the “Rule of Nines”?

    • What are the differences between 1st , 2nd, and 3rd degree burns?

    • What are the basic characteristics of basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma?

  • Homework p.16 in packet

  • Chapter 4 Quiz 2 Friday 12/14

  • Chapter 4 TEST Wednesday 12/19


D skin cancer
D. Skin Cancer

  • abnormal cell mass, the most common type of cancer

  • Classified two ways

    • _______

      • Does not spread (encapsulated)

    • __________

      • Metastasized (moves) to other parts of the body

  • Benign

    Malignant


    D skin cancer1
    D. Skin Cancer

    • Skin Cancer Types

      • ___________________

        • Least malignant

        • Most common type

        • Arises from stratum basale

    Basal cell carcinoma


    Skin cancer types
    Skin Cancer Types

    Figure 4.12a




    2 skin cancer types
    2. Skin Cancer Types

    Squamous cell carcinoma

    • ______________________

      • Metastasizes to lymph nodes if not removed

      • Early removal allows a good chance of cure

      • Believed to be sun-induced

      • Arises from stratum spinosum


    Skin cancer types1
    Skin Cancer Types

    Figure 4.12b




    2 skin cancer types1
    2. Skin Cancer Types

    • ___________________

      • Most deadly of skin cancers

      • Cancer of melanocytes

      • Metastasizes rapidly to lymph and blood vessels

      • Detection uses ABCD rule

    Malignant melanoma


    Skin cancer types2
    Skin Cancer Types

    Figure 4.12c


    3 abcd rule
    3. ABCD Rule

    • A = Asymmetry

      • Two sides of pigmented mole do not match

    • B = Border irregularity

      • Borders of mole are not smooth

    • C = Color

      • Different colors in pigmented area

    • D = Diameter

      • Spot is larger then 6 mm in diameter



    Is it a mole or melanoma
    Is it a Mole or Melanoma?

    • http://youtu.be/CEZYXcrvvAA


    Quiz tomorrow
    Quiz Tomorrow!

    • Complete p. 16

    • Review learning objectives 1 & 2

    • Complete Discovery Lab


    Warm up 12 14
    Warm-up 12/14

    What layer of the skin is this a description of?

    • Translucent cells that contain keratin that are dead by the time they reach their resting place.

      • Stratum corneum and Stratum lucidum

    • Dermis layer responsible for finger prints,

      • Papillary layer

    • Epidermal layer involved with cell division; most inferior.

      • Stratum basale

    • Site of melanin formation

      • Stratum basale


    Agenda 12 14
    Agenda 12/14

    • Chapter 4 Quiz 2

    • Developmental Aspects of Skin and Body Membranes

    • Complete p. 17

    • Chapter 4 TEST Wednesday 12/19


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