Christine Ivy C. Samonteza Anatomy and Physiology Grade 12 – 7 Andres Appendages of the Skin Skin appendages • Cutaneous glands, hair, hair follicles, and nails • Arise from the epidermis • A unique role in maintaining body homeostasis Cutaneous Glands Exocrine glands: formed by stratum basale, push into deeper skin regions, reside almost in the dermis 1. C4 Appendages of the Skin - Anatomy 261 with Caitlin Stoops at Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis - StudyBlue To sense insects before they bite or sting. What is the main function of body hair? Hair Hair follicles Nails Sweat glands Oil glands. (Maintain body homeostasis) Sweat Glands. The ICD-10 code range for ICD-10 Disorders of skin appendages L60-L75 is medical classification list by the World Health Organization (WHO). Anhidrosis. The skin appendages, such as hair follicles, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands, make the skin function well in touch, temperature sensation, excretion, perspiration, and thermoregulation.Although most of the commercialized skin substitutes can promote wound healing well, it remains a challenge to regenerate skin with complete appendages (Figure 52.9) . What are three reasons for having hair on your head? To sense insects before they bite or sting. List and describe the function of the three types of cells we discussed in the epidermis. Include the nails, sweat glands, sebaceous (oil) glands, hair follicles and hair. Acne vulgaris 2. back 1. Skin Appendages. 2. Fox-Fordyce disease 5. Histology of the skin appendages. C. In your own words, what are the main functions of the integumentary system? Hair Hair follicles Nails Sweat glands Oil glands. Bromhidrosis 4. What are three reasons for having hair on your head? Author: Lorenzo Crumbie MBBS, BSc • Reviewer: Uruj Zehra MBBS, MPhil, PhD Last reviewed: November 13, 2020 Reading time: 23 minutes The largest organ in the body is the skin.It forms the bulk of the integumentary system.The skin is the site of numerous biochemical processes as it carries out a myriad of functions. Study 26 C4 Appendages of the Skin flashcards from David B. on StudyBlue. Also called sudoriferous glands are distributed over the entire sin surface except the nipples and part of the external genitalia. Hyperhidrosis 6. Rosacea-like dermatitis 4. back 2. 1. Ch 5 Appendages Of The Skin; Karina L. • 26 cards. Rosacea 3. Xerosis, Asteatosis front 1. 3. In this chapter, the types and functions of skin in different parts of the body are described first, followed by the microstructure of the epidermis and dermis, and the appendages of skin including the pilosebaceous units and the sweat glands and nails. B. Disorders of the sweat glands: 1. Chapter 19: Disorders of the Skin Appendages: A. Chapter 5 Appendages of the Skin. front 3. Chapter 5 Appendages of the Skin. Name 5 skin appendages. CHAPTER 7 Skin and its appendages. front 2. Disorders of sebaceous glands: 1. 4. Appendages of the Skin Skin appendages are formed from the epidermis but reside in the dermis. Sebaceous glands produce an oily product (sebum), usually connected by a duct into a hair follicle. D. A. Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei (LMDF) 5. Pompholyx 3. Appendages of skin Nervous structures B. What is the main function of body hair? Please label the diagram using textbook chapter 5. Name 5 skin appendages. Guards against head trauma, heat loss, and sunlight. Miliaria 2. Sebum keeps the skin and hair soft and contains bacteria-killing chemicals (Figure 4.2).