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2 Anatomy Integumentary System Lesson 1 Integumentary System Lesson 1

3 Compare the structures and functions of the epidermis and dermis. Identify the role of the skin in responding to external stimuli. Outline the healing process that takes place when the skin is injured. Section Objectives:

4 What is skin

5 Integumentary System Skin, the main organ of the integumentary (inh TE gyuh MEN tuh ree) system, is composed of layers of the four types of body tissues:

6 4 Types of Body Tissue 1. Connective tissue. (Types are bone, tendon, cartilage, fat and blood.) 2. Muscle tissue 3. Epithelial tissue 4. Nervous tissue 1. Connective tissue. (Types are bone, tendon, cartilage, fat and blood.) 2. Muscle tissue 3. Epithelial tissue 4. Nervous tissue

7 Skin Composition - Layers made of 4 types of body tissues.

8 Connective tissue - binds together, supports and protects body structures. (Types are bone, tendon, cartilage, fat and blood.) Matrix - non living substance that separates the cells. binds together, supports and protects body structures. (Types are bone, tendon, cartilage, fat and blood.) Matrix - non living substance that separates the cells.

9 Muscle tissue - group of cells that are specialized for contractions. Cardiac Muscle

10 Epithelial tissue - covers the body and the organs.

11 Nervous tissue - carries information throughout the body. Neuron - nerve cell, conducts signals in the form of electrical impulses. carries information throughout the body. Neuron - nerve cell, conducts signals in the form of electrical impulses.

12 Did You know If the skin of a 150 lb person were spread out flat, it would cover approximately 20 square feet and weighs about 6 pounds.

13 Nervous tissue helps us detect external stimuli, such as pain or pressure. Epidermis Dermis Structure and Functions of the Integumentary System

14 Skin Functions - 1. Sensations 2. Protection 3. Regulates internal temperature. (has tiny blood vessels help regulate various areas.) Normal body temperature is 98.6 o F or 37 o C 4. Vitamin D Synthesis (Lipid cholesterol can be converted by sunlight to Vit. D. Vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium into the blood stream. 1. Sensations 2. Protection 3. Regulates internal temperature. (has tiny blood vessels help regulate various areas.) Normal body temperature is 98.6 o F or 37 o C 4. Vitamin D Synthesis (Lipid cholesterol can be converted by sunlight to Vit. D. Vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium into the blood stream.

15 2 Layers of the Skin Epidermis Dermis

16 Melanin Oil glands Hair Elasticity Sweat glands The Skin

17 1. Epidermis Outer layer, thin almost transparent. Protects the skin from UV. Consists of layers of dead, flattened cells. These cells are constantly being shed. Top layer is made of a waterproof protein called Keratin. This layer helps protect living cell layers and contributes to the skin’s elasticity. Outer layer, thin almost transparent. Protects the skin from UV. Consists of layers of dead, flattened cells. These cells are constantly being shed. Top layer is made of a waterproof protein called Keratin. This layer helps protect living cell layers and contributes to the skin’s elasticity.

18 Epidermis Melanin - produced deeper in epidermis, helps give the skin its color. Melanin absorbs UV radiation in sunlight, preventing mutations in the DNA of the skin cells and other damaging effects.

19 Skin color - due to circulatory supply and pigment composition and concentration. Melanin genetically determined Sunlight, UV reduction in the blood flow may change skin color due to circulatory supply and pigment composition and concentration. Melanin genetically determined Sunlight, UV reduction in the blood flow may change skin color

20 Epidermis Melanocytes produce melanin.

21 Skin, Hair and Nails

22 Dermis: The inner layer of skin

23 2. Dermis Thick inner layer - produces collagen (a protein that makes your skin supple and strong.)

24 4 Other Structures of the Dermis

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26 1. Sebaceous Gland (Oil) pores located at the surface of the skin, produces sebum (oil) to keep skin soft. Helps inhibit the growth of bacteria. Acne - bacterial infection of sebaceous glands. pores located at the surface of the skin, produces sebum (oil) to keep skin soft. Helps inhibit the growth of bacteria. Acne - bacterial infection of sebaceous glands.

27 2. Sweat Glands pores located at the surface of the skin. Help in temperature regulation and helps rid the body of wastes.

28 Sweat Gland About 900 ml of sweat is produced daily. You have about 2 million sweat glands. About 900 ml of sweat is produced daily. You have about 2 million sweat glands.

29 3. Hair Follicles narrow cavities where hair grows from.

30 Hair Follicles Arrector Pili - Muscles that pull hair follicles so hair will lay at an angle; contraction of this muscle produces goose bumps, raises hair on head due to emotional crisis.

31 Hair Follicles Shaft- extends away from the skin surface. Composed of dead epidermal cells.

32 Hair Color is determined by genes that direct the type and amount of pigment that epidermal melanocytes produce.

33 Hair Color If these cells produce a lot of melanin – dark hair.

34 Hair Color Intermediate amounts of melanin – blond hair.

35 Hair Color If no melanin – hair is white.

36 Hair Color The pigment trichosiderin produces – red hair.

37 Hair Color A mixture of pigmented and unpigmented – gray hair.

38 4. Hair/ Nails made of dead epidermal cells made of keratin.

39 Hair/Nails Cuticle - fold of skin which covers the root of nail

40 Skin

41 Subcutaneous Layer (Hypodermis)- beneath the dermis, consists of lose connective and adipose tissue. The adipose tissue helps to insulates the body.

42 Inflammation is the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants. Inflammation is a protective attempt by the organism to remove the injurious stimuli as well as initiate the healing process for the tissue. is the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants. Inflammation is a protective attempt by the organism to remove the injurious stimuli as well as initiate the healing process for the tissue.

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44 Inflammation

45 Additional Integumentary Information

46 Did You Know? – The thumbnail goes the slowest; the middle nail grows the fastest. Not sure I can tell from this picture

47 Lee Redmond And can you imagine making a nail appointment for a manicure? “Hello, Bambi? This is Lee, I need to make an appointment to get my nails painted. Can you find a free couple of days to give me a manicure and order the 302 bottles of polish you’ll need to paint my nails?” Not to mention trying to figure out how she washes her hair, puts on makeup, and a whole bunch of other awkward thoughts. I wonder what happens when she walks in a windstorm and her fingernails rattle? Gloves aren’t an option unless she maybe gets the finger cut out gloves and spends a couple of hours threading her nails through them. It’s just too weird! By the way she is a grandmother.

48 Lee Redmond

49 It came to an end Lee Redmond, a 68-year-old woman's record-breaking 28-foot long fingernails were cut short - tragically in a car crash! The Salt Lake City, Utah native said it was the most dramatic event of her life when the car accident robbed her of her 28-foot-4-inch fingernails. Redmond, who parted ways with her claws in February 2009, says life is much easier without them and her hands seem to fly with the weight of the nails gone. Despite pleas from her great- grandchildren to 'glue them back on', she won't grow her nails again, saying it took 30 years to get them to that length and she probably won't live for another 30. Redmond hadn't cut her nails since 1979 and entered the Guinness World Records book in 2002 for longest fingernails on a woman. Lee Redmond, a 68-year-old woman's record-breaking 28-foot long fingernails were cut short - tragically in a car crash! The Salt Lake City, Utah native said it was the most dramatic event of her life when the car accident robbed her of her 28-foot-4-inch fingernails. Redmond, who parted ways with her claws in February 2009, says life is much easier without them and her hands seem to fly with the weight of the nails gone. Despite pleas from her great- grandchildren to 'glue them back on', she won't grow her nails again, saying it took 30 years to get them to that length and she probably won't live for another 30. Redmond hadn't cut her nails since 1979 and entered the Guinness World Records book in 2002 for longest fingernails on a woman. Click Here for Movie

50 Trivia: It takes about 28 days for you to shed your skin (so to speak). From the time the new cells form until the time when they are shed.

51 Skin Diseases and Conditions Leprosy Staph

52 MRSA a staph These infections in the community are usually manifested as minor skin infections such as pimples and boils. Transmission of MRSA has been reported most frequently in certain populations, e.g., hospital workers, children, and sports participants to name a few.

53 Skin Cancer It is projected that this most deadly of all skin cancers will develop on the skin of 44,000 Americans annually. Every year, an estimated 7,300 Americans will die from melanoma. Affects the various skin cells.

54 Some pictures of Melanoma and other skin cancers

55 Asymmetrical skin growths in which one part is different from the other, may indicate melanoma. Here, the left side of the mole is dark and a little raised, whereas the right side is lighter in color and flat Check for asymmetry: Draw an imaginary line down the middle and compare halves

56 Irregular Borders Melanomas tend to have borders that are vaguely defined. Growths with irregular, notched or scalloped borders need to be examined by a doctor.

57 Note changes in color Multiple colors or uneven distribution of color may indicate cancer. Generally, growths that are a uniform color are noncancerous.

58 Diameter A skin growth's large size may be an indication of cancer. A rapid increase in size over weeks or months may indicate cancer. Have your doctor check out any growth larger than the diameter of a pencil eraser (6 millimeters).

59 Evolving The mole shown here does not fit into any of the other criteria for removal — size, shape, color or pattern. But watch moles like these closely for changes, due to the small amount of color irregularity. Look for changes over time, such as a mole that grows in size or that changes color or shape. Moles may also evolve to develop new signs and symptoms, such as new itchiness or bleeding. The mole shown here does not fit into any of the other criteria for removal — size, shape, color or pattern. But watch moles like these closely for changes, due to the small amount of color irregularity. Look for changes over time, such as a mole that grows in size or that changes color or shape. Moles may also evolve to develop new signs and symptoms, such as new itchiness or bleeding.

60 Moles Moles can appear anywhere on the skin, alone or in groups. They are usually brown in color and can be various sizes and shapes. The brown color is caused by melanocytes, special cells that produce the pigment melanin. Moles can appear anywhere on the skin, alone or in groups. They are usually brown in color and can be various sizes and shapes. The brown color is caused by melanocytes, special cells that produce the pigment melanin.

61 Moles Moles probably are determined before a person is born. Most appear during the first 20 years of a person's life, although some may not appear until later in life. Sun exposure increases the number of moles. Moles probably are determined before a person is born. Most appear during the first 20 years of a person's life, although some may not appear until later in life. Sun exposure increases the number of moles.

62 Trivia Your skin is the thinnest on the eyelid.

63 Did You Know ?? Moles and freckles are benign tumors.

64 Burns can result from exposure to the sun or contact with chemicals or hot objects. Burns are rated according to their severity. Skin Injury and Healing

65 First-degree burns, such as a mild sunburn, involve the death of epidermal cells and are characterized by redness and mild pain. First-degree burns usually heal in about one week without leaving a scar. Skin Injury and Healing

66 Burns

67 Second-degree burns involve damage to skin cells of both the epidermis and the dermis and can result in blistering and scarring. Third-degree burns are the most severe, which destroy both the epidermis and the dermis and can result in blistering and scarring. With this type of burn, skin function is lost, and skin grafts may be required to replace lost skin. Skin Injury and Healing

68 Human Skin

69 Age related changes -As people get older, their skin changes. It becomes drier as glands decrease their production of lubricating skin oils—a mixture of fats, cholesterol, proteins, and inorganic salts. Skin Injury and Healing

70 Wrinkles may appear as the elasticity of the skin decreases. Age related changes Skin tags appear most often in women and elderly people.

71 Skin Diseases Leprosy

72 Skin Diseases Eczema

73 Skin Diseases Poison Ivy

74 Recognize Learn to recognize these plants: (left to right) poison ivy, oak, and sumac

75 Skin Diseases Shingles - Chickenpox virus


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