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Skin (Integumentary system). Functions Protection Prevents water exchange Insulation, heat exchange Holds things in Cushions Excretion Immune Sense receptors Synthesis of vitamin D. Structure Two layers of tissue Epidermis-stratified squamous Become keratinized (tough)

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skin integumentary system
Skin (Integumentary system)
  • Functions
    • Protection
    • Prevents water exchange
    • Insulation, heat exchange
    • Holds things in
    • Cushions
    • Excretion
    • Immune
    • Sense receptors
    • Synthesis of vitamin D
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Structure
    • Two layers of tissue
      • Epidermis-stratified squamous
        • Become keratinized (tough)
        • Separation of layers causes blisters
        • Occurs from friction or burns
      • Dermis-dense connective tissue
      • Subcutaneous (hypodermis)
        • NOT part of skin
        • Mostly adipose tissue
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Epidermis-composed of 5 strata (layers)-Deep to superficial
    • Stratum germinativum (basale)-undergoes cell division, receives blood
    • Stratum spinosum-flatter and more keratin (water-proofing layer)
    • Stratum granulosum-flatter and more keratin
    • Stratum lucidum-only occur where there is no hair, extra thick, no blood, lots of keratin-soles and palms
    • Stratum corneum-thickest layer (20-30 cells), full of keratin, completely dead
      • New epidermis every 25-45 days
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Dermis-hide (leather products)-superficial to deep
    • Papillary
      • Dermal papillae-projections that form ridges on surface of skin
        • Capillary loops-nourishment
        • Meissner’s corpuscles-touch receptors
        • Leave films of sweat behind-fingerprints
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Reticular layer-deepest layer of skin
    • Sweat and oil glands
    • Pacinian corpuscles-pain receptors
    • Many phagocytes-stop bacteria
    • Collagen and elastic fibers (DCT)
    • When body temperature rises, capillaries become dilated, heat leaves skin, causes redness
    • Decubitus ulcers (bedsores) –weight of body puts pressure on skin, restricts blood, cells die, skin cracks and sores
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Skin color
    • Amount and kind of melanin (yellow, red, brown)-found in stratum germinativum
      • Lots of melanin-brown skin-exposure to sun
    • Amount of carotene (yellow-orange)
      • Stratum corneum
      • Eating orange foods
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Amount of oxygen in blood (red)
    • Less melanin will allow to see easier
    • Cyanosis-bluish skin, poor oxygen
  • Emotions
    • Redness-embarrassed, fever, hypertension
    • Pallor (paleness)-stress, fear, anemia, low BP
slide11
Jaundice (yellow)- liver disorder
  • Bruises-blood clotting under surface of skin
    • Easily bruised-lack of Vitamin C
    • Hematomas-bruising
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Appendages
    • Cutaneous glands-exocrine (ducts)
      • Sweat glands-2.5 million per person
        • Eccrine glands-produce sweat (water salt vitamins, nitrogen, lactic acid)
          • Empty in pores
          • Regulate heat
        • Apocrine glands-axillary and pubic regions
          • Empty into hair follicles
          • Contains fats and proteins
          • Bacteria use fats and make smell
          • Precise function is unknown-pain, stress, foreplay
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Sebacous glands-oil, everywhere except palms and soles
    • Secrete sebum (oil)-keeps skin moist and prevents hair from being brittle
      • Contains chemicals killing bacteria
      • Highly active during puberty
      • If blocked-whitehead, blackhead, acne
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Hair and hair follicles
    • Found in epidermis
    • Functions-protection (eyebrows and nose hairs), warmth
    • Root-part of hair in follicles
    • Shaft-projection from follicle
    • Three layers-medulla, cortex, and cuticle
      • Wearing away of cuticle, causes split ends
      • Melanin is hair color
    • Hair follicle-part that forms hair
      • Arrector pili muscles-pulls hair upright when cold or frightened (goose bumps)
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Nails-hoof or claw of animal
    • Nail matrix-responsible for growth
    • Nails become keratinized and die
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Homeostatic Imbalance
    • Athlete’s foot-itch caused by fungus
    • Boils and carbuncles-infection of hair follicle
    • Cold sores-small fluid filled blisters that itch, can be caused by herpes virus
    • Contact Dermatitis-caused by poison ivy, etc. (chemicals)
    • Impetigo-pink water filled lesion that develop yellow crust (bacterial)
    • Psoriasis-red lesions could be hereditary
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Burns
    • Rules of 9-divides body to easily quantify burn
    • 1st degree-only epidermis is damaged (sunburn)
    • 2nd degree-epidermis and dermis, blisters form-most painful
    • 3rd degree-destroys entire skin, growth of skin is not possible, not painful (burns nerves), infection, circulatory problems, water loss
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Cancer
    • ABCD
      • Asymmetrical borders
      • Border irregularity
      • Colors
      • Diameter > 6mm
    • Basal Cell Carcinoma-least malignant, most common, affects stratum germinativum, shiny with white edges
    • Squamous Cell Carcinoma-scaly reddened lesions. Thought to be sun-induced
    • Malignant Melanoma-only 5% of skin cancers, spread rapidly, 50% chance of survival
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Developmental Aspects
    • Decreased subcutaneous-elderly are cold
    • Thinning of skin-more bruising
    • Loss of elasticity-wrinkles, sped up by sun
    • Hair balding-by age 50 1/3 of hair follicles are gone, also male pattern baldness (genetic)
    • Hair graying-caused by delayed action gene-decreases melanin production
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