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Acne

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

I

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Cold Sores

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

K

3

Psoriasis

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

B

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Athlete's Foot

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

G

5

Impetigo

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

D

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Basal cell carcinoma

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

L

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Malignant melanoma

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

C

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Third-degree burns

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

A

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Seborrhea

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

J

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Alopecia

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

H

11

Decubitus ulcers

A) full-thickness burn

B) overproduction of skin cells causing dry, silvery scales

C) cancer of skin pigment cells

D) staphylococcus bacterial infection causing water-filled lesions around the mouth and nose

E) bedsores

F) partial-thickness burn

G) fungus infection between toes

H) hair thinning and some degree of baldness

I) infection of the sebaceous glands accompanied by skin pimples

J) overactivity of sebaceous glands that results in dandruff

K) fluid-filled blisters caused by herpes simplex virus

L) malignancy of the lowest epidermal layer

E

12

Papillary Layer

A) outermost covering of the hair follicle

B) part of the hair projecting from the skin surface

C) part of the hair enclosed in the follicle

D) central core of each hair

E) sudoriferous glands largely confined to the axillary region

F) divides to form hair cells

G) upper layer of the dermis

H) lower layer of the dermis

I) sudoriferous glands found all over the body

G

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Hair Root

A) outermost covering of the hair follicle

B) part of the hair projecting from the skin surface

C) part of the hair enclosed in the follicle

D) central core of each hair

E) sudoriferous glands largely confined to the axillary region

F) divides to form hair cells

G) upper layer of the dermis

H) lower layer of the dermis

I) sudoriferous glands found all over the body

C

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Matrix

A) outermost covering of the hair follicle

B) part of the hair projecting from the skin surface

C) part of the hair enclosed in the follicle

D) central core of each hair

E) sudoriferous glands largely confined to the axillary region

F) divides to form hair cells

G) upper layer of the dermis

H) lower layer of the dermis

I) sudoriferous glands found all over the body

F

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Medulla

A) outermost covering of the hair follicle

B) part of the hair projecting from the skin surface

C) part of the hair enclosed in the follicle

D) central core of each hair

E) sudoriferous glands largely confined to the axillary region

F) divides to form hair cells

G) upper layer of the dermis

H) lower layer of the dermis

I) sudoriferous glands found all over the body

D

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Apocrine gland

A) outermost covering of the hair follicle

B) part of the hair projecting from the skin surface

C) part of the hair enclosed in the follicle

D) central core of each hair

E) sudoriferous glands largely confined to the axillary region

F) divides to form hair cells

G) upper layer of the dermis

H) lower layer of the dermis

I) sudoriferous glands found all over the body

E

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Eccrine gland

A) outermost covering of the hair follicle

B) part of the hair projecting from the skin surface

C) part of the hair enclosed in the follicle

D) central core of each hair

E) sudoriferous glands largely confined to the axillary region

F) divides to form hair cells

G) upper layer of the dermis

H) lower layer of the dermis

I) sudoriferous glands found all over the body

I

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Dermal sheath

A) outermost covering of the hair follicle

B) part of the hair projecting from the skin surface

C) part of the hair enclosed in the follicle

D) central core of each hair

E) sudoriferous glands largely confined to the axillary region

F) divides to form hair cells

G) upper layer of the dermis

H) lower layer of the dermis

I) sudoriferous glands found all over the body

A

19

The deepest layer of the dermis is called the __________ layer.

reticular

20

In a hair, the outermost single layer of cells that overlap one another like shingles is called the __________.

cuticle

21

The part of a hair that projects from the surface of the scalp or skin is called the __________.

shaft

22

The sebaceous glands produce __________.

oil

23

The skin that covers the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet has an extra layer of epidermis called the stratum __________.

lucidum

24

The dermis is composed of the reticular and __________ layers.

papillary

25

"Goosebumps" are caused by contractions of the __________ muscles.

arrector pili

26

The type of burn that involves injury to the epidermis and the upper region of the dermis and is red, blistered, and painful is termed as a __________-degree burn.

second

27

The white, cheesy-looking substance that is produced by the sebaceous glands and protects a baby's skin while it is floating in its water-filled sac inside the mother is called __________.

vernix caseosa

28

The part of the hair enclosed in the follicle is known as the __________.

root

29

The white cresent area located over the nail matrix is called the __________

lunula

30

The layer of the serous membrane that covers an organ is known as the __________ layer.

visceral

31

The type of connective tissue membrane found in joints is the __________.

synovial membrane

32

The two major categories of membranes are __________ and __________.

epithelial membranes; connective membranes

33

Epithelial membranes contain two types of tissue, __________ and __________ tissue.

epithelial; connective