Thinning with the loss of skin markings. Axilla. Armpit. Axillary. Pertaining to the armpit. Bulla. A blister that is larger than 1cm and filled with clear fluid. Cyanosis. The type of muscle that causes erection of the hairs of the skin. Pilomotor . Thinning with the loss of skin markings is characteristic of. Atrophy. The skin layer . a term that means sterile. asepsis. the abscence of germs. aspiration. withdrawing fuild from a cyst with a syringe. atrophy. thinning with the loss of skin markings. thinning with the loss of skin markings (stretch marks). axilla. armpit. axillary. pertaining to the armpit. bulla. a blister tha is larger than 1 cm and filled with clear . the type of muscle that causes erection of the hairs of the skin is. pilomotor . thinning with the loss of skin markings is characteristic of. atrophy. the skin layer that . names and descriptions of terms related to skin lesions Learn with flashcards, games, and . thinning of the skin surface and loss of skin markings, skin appears . thin to thick fibrous tissue that replaces normal skin following injury or laceration to the . thinning of the skin surface and loss of skin markings; skin appears . Atrophy Wasting of the epidermis; skin appears thin and transparent Ulcer . atrophy ulcer fissure scales characterized by thinning with the loss of skin markings. Atrophy: This is thinning of the skin, it may be epidermal, dermal or of the subcutaneous tissue. Atrophy is characterised by loss of normal skin markings. TABLE 40.2 Dermatological terms Atrophy Thinning of the epidermis with loss of normal skin markings Bulla A large collection of fluid below the epidermis Crust .