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skin

skin

The membranous protective covering of the body, consisting of the epidermis and corium (dermis).cutis [NA] ; [A.S. scinn]
alligator s.ichthyosis
bronzed s.the dark s. in Addison's disease.
deciduous s.keratolysis (2)
diamond s.the appearance of the affected site in erysipeloid.
elastic s. See Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
farmer's s.dry, wrinkled s. with presence of dry premalignant keratoses; observed most commonly in fair-skinned, blue-eyed persons who are exposed by occupation or sport to sunshine for prolonged periods and over many years.golfer's s., sailor's s;
fish s.ichthyosis
glabrous s.s. that is normally devoid of hair.
glossy s.shiny atrophy of the s., usually of the hands, following nerve injury.atrophoderma neuriticum;
golfer's s.farmer's s
hidden nail s.eponychium (2)
loose s.cutis laxa
parchment s.parchment-like appearance of the s. caused by loss of underlying connective and elastic tissue, or by the relatively rapid and persistent loss of water from the horny layer.
piebald s.piebaldness
pig s.soft s. in which follicles are widely dilated; seen in pretibial myxedema.
porcupine s.epidermolytic hyperkeratosis
sailor's s.farmer's s
sex s.the s. of the genital regions of the Macaca mulatta and other primates which becomes hyperemic during estrus; at the same time the dermis becomes gelatinous and the epidermis thickened.
shagreen s.an oval-shaped nevoid plaque, skin-colored or occasionally pigmented, smooth or crinkled, appearing on the trunk or lower back in early childhood; sometimes seen with other signs of tuberous sclerosis.shagreen patch;
s. tagauricle of atrium
s. of teethenamel cuticle
toad s.phrynoderma
yellow s. 1. xanthochromia 2. xanthoderma (2)

 

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