This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Privacy Policy OK

Esthetics Chapter 11 - Diseases and Disorders

| See more in Human Services

Skin diseases and disorders review of terms from Milady's Chapter 11.

Created Date 03.14.20
Last Updated 03.16.20
Viewed 6 Times
Your browser doesn't support HTML5. System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String] System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String]
submit to reddit

Create multiple-choice games on Wisc-Online and play them on our Chakalaka mobile app!

But that's not all! Explore educational games created by others. Simply search by category or enter agame code number and dive into a world of learning and fun.

Download the Chakalaka mobile app here:
Topics of this game:
  • Chronic inflammation of the sebaceous glands: blemishes and comedones
  • Pink or flesh colored lesions; pre-cancerous
  • Lack of perspiration
  • Most common form of skin cancer; least severe
  • Foul smelling perspiration; feel/underarms
  • Hard sebum impacted in the hair follicle; blackhead
  • Very contagious infection of the mucus membrane around the eye; Pinkeye
  • Inflammatory condition of the skin; atopic, contact and seborrheic
  • Physician that specializes in skin, hair and nail disorders/diseases
  • Inflammation, acute or chronic; dry with moist leasions
  • Abrasion created from scratching or scraping
  • Crack in the skin that penetrates the dermis
  • Recurring, contagious viral infection; fever blister/cold sore
  • Excessive perspiration
  • Abnormal overgrowth of skin
  • A thick scar resulting from excessive fibrous tissue
  • Callus; causes by continued pressure and friction
  • Most serious form of skin cancer; can spread to other areas of the body
  • Epidermal cysts; pearl like masses of sebum and dead cells under the skin
  • Pigmented nevus; raised or flat; can be tan to bluish black
  • Abnormal pigmentation; noticeable at birth
  • Elevated pimple with NO fluid or pus
  • Acne-like condition around the mouth; possibly caused by toothpaste
  • Red patches covered by silver white scales
  • Raised, inflamed papule; contains white or yellow fluid
  • Open comedones; located on the nose
  • Overgrowth of sebaceous glads; often doughnut shaped
  • Extreme oiliness of the skin; over active sebaceous glands
  • Small benign extensions of the skin; small flaps of skin caused by friction
  • Sebaceous cyst; AKA Wen; size ranges from pea to an orange
  • Contagious infection that forms a ring; AKA Ringworm
  • Dilated and twisted veins; common in legs
  • Caused by a virus; AKA wart
  • Small blisters with clear fluid; result of touching poison ivy or poison oak
  • Pigmentation disease characterized by white patches; lack of pigment
  • Itchy swollen lesion; examples - hives or mosquito bites