dermatoneurosis

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September 18, 2015

dermatoneurosis

Any cutaneous eruption due to emotional stimuli.

神经性皮肤炎?由于情感刺激引起的皮肤发炎?

先不说这个病(没什么能说的,文献和图片都搜不到什么有用的,估计又是个少见的)

说说皮肤,skin的拉丁语叫'cutis', 希腊语叫'derma', 所以单词里有这两个的都和皮肤有关。如dermatitis 皮肤炎(-titis = the inflammation, dermatitis = the inflammation of skins)和cutaneous (-ous是形容词后缀, cutaneous = pertaining to skins)


皮肤是人体最大的器官,占人体1/5的重量 (大致),没有皮肤人会死于脱水(dehydration),我们也需要它吸收阳光合成维生素D3,总之离不开它。


皮肤大致有三层:

表皮:epidermis; 真皮: dermis; 和皮下: subcutaneous (台湾也有说hydrodermis的)


表皮上有毛孔(sweat pore) 和毛梢(hair shaft)

真皮内容比较多,油脂腺、汗腺、毛囊、神经、血管等。

皮下主要是脂肪(adipose tissue - fat)


具体如下:


中英文对照:


文章内容字典释义:

dermato- |ˈdəːmətəʊcombining form relating to the skin: dermatomycosis.ORIGIN from Greek derma, dermat- ‘skin, hide’.


neuro- |ˈnjʊərəʊ| combining form relating to nerves or the nervous system: neuroanatomy | neurohormone.ORIGIN from Greek neuron ‘nerve, sinew, tendon’.


-osis |ˈəʊsɪs| suffix (pl.-oses |ˈəʊsiːz| ) denoting a process or condition: metamorphosis.• denoting a pathological state: neurosis | thrombosis.ORIGIN via Latin from Greek -ōsis, verbal noun ending.

cutaneous |kjuːˈteɪnɪəs| adjective relating to or affecting the skin: cutaneous pigmentation.ORIGIN late 16th cent.: from modern Latin cutaneus (from Latin cutis ‘skin’) + -ous.


eruption |ɪˈrʌpʃ(ə)n| nounan act or instance of erupting: the eruption of Vesuvius.• a sudden outbreak of something, typically something unwelcome or noisy: a sudden eruption of street violence.spot, rash, or other mark appearing suddenly on the skin. irritable skin eruptions.ORIGIN late Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin eruptio(n-), from the verb erumpere (see erupt) .


stimulus |ˈstɪmjʊləsnoun (pl.stimuli |-lʌɪ-liːa thing or event that evokes a specific functional reaction in an organ or tissue: areas of the brain which respond to auditory stimuli.• a thing that arouses activity or energy in someone or something; a spur or incentive:if the tax were abolished, it would act as a stimulus to exports.• in sing. ] an interesting and exciting quality: she loved the stimulus of the job.ORIGIN late 17th cent.: from Latingoad, spur, incentive.

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