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PSYCH 515 UOP Course Tutorial / psych515dotcom

PSYCH 515 Entire Course (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 1 Assignment Introductory Case Study (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 1 DQ 1 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 1 DQ 2 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 2 DQ 1 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 2 DQ 2 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 3 DQ 1 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 3 DQ 2 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 3 Individual Assignment Critical Issue Analysis (Issue 11) (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 3 Team Assignment Case Study Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 4 DQ 1 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 4 DQ 2 (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 4 Individual Assignment Critical Issue Analysis (Issue 6) (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 4 Team Assignment Case Study Major Depression (UOP), PSYCH 515 Week 5 DQ 1 (UOP)

2014-10-03 • 21 Cards

skin disorders

Acne Vulgaris, Alopecia, Angioedema, angiomas, Basal cell skin cancer, Carbuncle, dermatitis, Dx and meds for fungal skin disorders, Dx and Tx for skin cancer, Dx and Tx of acne vulgaris, Dx and Tx of dermatitis, Dx and Tx of eczema, Dx and Tx of SLE, Dx and Tx of uticaria, Eczema

2011-04-28 • 74 Cards

Skin Physiology

Acid Mantle, Acne, Acne Treatments, adipocytes, Adipose Cells, Albinism, Anaerobic, Androgen, Anhidrosis, Apocrine Glands, Arrector Pili, Asteatosis, Atopic Dermatitis, Basal cell carcinoma, Basal Cells

2011-04-28 • 167 Cards

Muscle and skin

______ are motor proteins that interact with microtubules and carry cargo., ______ is required for skeletogenesis., ______ is the main protein in thick filament, ______ of mesenchyme to chondroblasts forms hyaline cartilage to give a long avascular cartilage template., ________ are extra-cellular protein complexes of glycosaminoglycan and impart most of the function of cartilage., ________ carry processes for linking osteocytes in adjacent lamellae both within Haversian systems and inner and outer circumferential lamellae., ________ destroys bone, ________ is the main protein in thin filament, ________ surrounded by matrix, maintain matrix, do not divide, ________ traffic is the movement from the soma to the axon terminal, ________ traffic is the movement of the molecules from the axon terminal to the cell body., _________ consists of chondrocytes surrounded by territorial and interritorial matrices containing type 2 collagen interacting with proteoglycans and elastic fibers., _________ is the dense irregular CT surrounding peripheral nerves, _________ large multinucleate cells, resemble macrophage in function, remodel bone by reabsorbing bone matrix., _________ ossification gives rise to skull, calvaria, and facial bones.

2011-04-28 • 191 Cards

Secondary skin lesions & derm terms

Auspitz's sign, Crusts, Fissures, Glass slide or diascope, Grams stain, Koebner phenomenon, Lichenification, Macerated, Nikolsky's sign, Oil mount or microscopic exam, Oozing, Petechiae, Scar, Skin biopsy, Telangiectasia

2011-04-28 • 20 Cards

Bones Skin Muscle

3 forms of energy involved in a muscle contraction, Bones protect, Bruises, cadaver, Cardiac Muscle, Cardiac muscle, Cartilage, Cartilage, Dermis, Doctors are beginning to grow large sheets of this from small pieces of the victim's healthy skin., Epidermis, Epidermis, Fatty Layer, Formed in the marrow in the center of your bones., Found toward the ends of long bones

2011-04-28 • 59 Cards

Word Anatomy Ch. 6

-emia, -ism, -sis, alb/i, ap/o, bili, corne/o, cyan/o, derm/o, dermat/o, eryth, melan/o, pil/o, scler/o, sub-

2011-04-28 • 15 Cards

MedTerm Ch.11 vocab terms and the skin

actinic, albinism, alopecia, bulla (-ae), callus, cicatrix, cyst, ecchymosis, erosion, eruption, erythema, eschar, exanthem, excoriation, exfoliation

2011-04-28 • 37 Cards

C14 Skin

acne, cancer, dermis, dermis, dermis, epidermis, epidermis, exfoliation, fat layer, follicle, melanin, melanin, melanoma, perspiration, pores

2011-04-28 • 17 Cards

Skin Conditions

Abreva, Aldara, Bactroban, Calamine, Compound W, Cortizone, Decadron, Desenex, Elocon, Lamisil, Mycostatin, Neosporin, Nix, Nizoral, Oracea

2011-04-28 • 20 Cards

101 Skin Theory

4 types of skin, 6 basic functions, acid mantle, dermatology, dermis, epidermis, melanin, sebaceous glands, skin, stratum corneum, stratum germinativum, stratum granulosum, stratum lucidum, stratum spinosum, subcutaneous layer

2011-04-28 • 16 Cards

Primary skin lesions

Atrophy, Bullae, Erosion, Pustule, Scale, Ulcer, Vesicles, What is a macule?, What is a nodule?, What is a papule?, What is a patch?, What is a plaque?, What is a tumor?, Wheal

2011-04-28 • 14 Cards

Skin, Skeletal and Muscle

________ and _________ supply all of skin ( plexi), _________ weighs an average of 6 lbs., A muscle can contract to __ of its length., a small muscle ( arrector pili) is attached to follicle - can cause to rise. also called goosebumps, Absolute refractory period, Absorbtion - many drugs and antibiotics can be absorbed by _________., Afferent Somatics, Apocrine, aprocrine glands, arise from special epithelial cells at lunula, arrector pili, Atagonism, ATP, Attachments varies from loose to tight- separated from underlying tissue by superfiscial fascia or hypdermis., Awareness to external enviroment.

2011-04-28 • 108 Cards

skin care center

active stage, antiseptics, bacilli, bloodborne pathogens, chemiclave, cocci, contagious disease, diplococci, external parasites, flagella, H B V, immunity, inactive stage, infection, infection control

2011-04-28 • 23 Cards


Apocrine gland, Arrector Pili, Carotene, Cyanosis, Dermis, Eccrine gland, Epidermis, Eponychium, Flushing, Functions of the Integumentary System, Melanin, nail root, nails, Pallor, Sebaceous Glands

2011-04-28 • 18 Cards