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BINGO: Diseases & Disorders of the Skin

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Match various diseases and disorders of the skin, based on the Milady Standard Textbooks for Cosmetology, Esthetics and Barbers.

Created Date 02.24.18
Last Updated 02.26.18
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Topics of this game:
  • The study of minute structures of the body, skin or hair
  • The ability of the skin to stretch and regain it's natural shape shows
  • The largest organ of the human body is the
  • Two main divisions of the skin are the _____ and ____.
  • The skin's protective outer layer is called the
  • The skin is thickest on the
  • The epidermis is also called the
  • Blood, nerves, and sweat and oil glands are found in the
  • The skin gets it's color from a pigment called
  • The layer of epidermis that is continually being shed and replaced
  • Continued rubbing and pressure over an area of the skin will cause a
  • The layer of the epidemis responsible for reproducing new skin cells is the
  • The dermis is also called the
  • A symptom that gives pain or itches is called
  • A scraped knee is an example of
  • Sebum and pus mixed with blood and epidermal cells is a
  • A crack in the skin that penetrates into the dermis is called a
  • The papillary layer of hte dermis contains touch receptors and
  • Fatty tissue is called
  • Sensory nerve fibers in the skin are affected by
  • Two factors that give the stratum corneum the ability to be water proof to fight off germs.
  • Normal body temprature
  • Sweat glands are called
  • A sebaceous cyst is called a
  • An oily skin condition due to over active sebaceous glands is called
  • A common name for a comedone is a
  • A chronic inflammatory disorder of the sebaceous gland is called
  • A subcutaneous tumor of the sebaceous gland is a
  • A contagious disease is
  • Perspiration takes salts from the body by
  • Sebum lubricated the skin by means of
  • The part of the skin that supports its shape and prevents wrinkles is the
  • An occupational disease can be the cause of
  • The skin structures most active in heat regulation are
  • Dry or moist lesions
  • Dry patches with white scales
  • Fever Blisters
  • Inflammatory skin condition
  • Birthmark
  • Over functioning of the glands
  • Attacks large poplulation
  • Redness, pain, swelling
  • Can be raised or flat
  • Caused by bacteria
  • Mosquito bite
  • Poison ivy
  • Freckles
  • Inflamed, contains pus
  • Pimple
  • Whitehead