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01/31/2013

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Term
which of the following organs is condered to be the largest?
liver, brain, stomach, skin?
Definition
skin
Term
The skin has how many basic functions?
3, 5, 6, 9
Definition
6 or 7
Term
Which of the following terms is NOt a funcition of the skin?
sensation, secretion, absorptions, lymph production
Definition
lymph production
Term
Functions of the skin include reglation of body temperatre, respiration and:
reproduction, protection, digestion, circulation
Definition
Protection
Term
Which body system is made up fo the skin and its layers?
excretory, respiratory, sensation, integumentary
Definition
integumentary
Term
What is the technical name for teh stdy of skin, including its structure, functions and disorders?
pathology, etiology, anatomy, dermatology
Definition
dermatology
Term
the dermis is also referred to as wich of the following?
cuticle, epidermis, true skin, scarf skin
Definition
true skin
Term
which of the following terms in the outermost layer of the skin?
Dermis, epidermis, stratum granulosum, stratm corneum
Definition
epidermis
Term
In which layer of teh epidermis does mitiosis (cell division) or replacement of the skin take place?
Stratum lucidum, granulosum, corneum, or germinativum
Definition
Stratum Germinativum
Term
The conversion fo living cells into dead protein cells is called:
mitosis, cell division, keratinization, lucidum
Definition
keratinization
Term
Melanocytes start out in which of the follwin glayers of the epidermis?
Stratum granulosum, germinativum, corneum, subcutaneous layer
Definition
stratum germinativum
Term
Which layer of the skin is known as the epidermis?
Innermost, third, second or first
Definition
First
Term
Which of the follwing skin layers does NOT contain blood vessels?
Cutis, dermis, corium or epidermis
Definition
epidermis
Term
Which of the following layers of cells is NOT a part of teh epidermis?
Stratum corneum, lucidum, subcutaneous layer, or germinativum
Definition
Subcutaneos layer
Term
Which of teh folliwing skin layers is the toughest and is composed of keratin cells?
startum lucidum, germinativum, granulosum, corneum
Definition
stratum corneum
Term
In which layerdo the cells become more regualry shaped and look like tiny granules?
Strtum lucidum, granulosum, germinativum, corneum
Definition
Stratum granulosum
Term
The soles of the feet and the palms of th hand are the only places where which layer of the skin is found?
Stratum spinosum, germinativum, lucidum, coreum
Definition
Stratum lucidum
Term
What type of tissue makes up the dermis?
muscular, epithelial, connective, nerve
Definition
Connective
Term
The effects of teh skins aging process can be seen in the:
epidermis, dermis, cuticle or scarf skin
Definition
Dermis
Term
What part of teh skin is often referred as "true Skin"
Stratum lucidum, epidermis, dermis, stratum germinativum
Definition
dermis
Term
Which layer of the skin produces collagen proteien and elastin fibers that help give the skin its elasticity and pliability?
dermis, epidermis, stratum lucidum, germinativum
Definition
dermis
Term
All of the following statements describe the cells in teh stratum granulosum, EXCEPT:
they become more regulary shaped.
the eventually replace cells that are shed.
they look like tiny granules.
They are called squamous cells.
Definition
They are called squamos cells
Term
Sudoriferous glands produce which of the following?

lymph, oil, sweat, or collagen
Definition
Sweat
Term
What is the major function of teh sdoriferos gland?

Give skin texture
Help to regulate body temp.
Give skin a healty color
Protect the Skin's elasticity
Definition
help to regulate body temp.
Term
Which of the following glands regulate body temp?
Eccrine
Sabaceous
Oil
ductless
Definition
Eccrine
Term
The small openings of the sweat glands in teh skin are called:

Follicles, pores, glands, ducts
Definition
Ducts
Term
The sudoriferous glands function to do all of teh following except:

Produce oil
help reg body temp
excrete waste
help to maintain proper pH of the skin
Definition
produce oil
Term
All fo the following are examples of duct glands EXCEPT:

eccrine, endocrine, sebceos, sudoriforous
Definition
endocrine
Term
The papillary canal takes oil (sebum) to the:

Blood vessels, surface of teh skin, nerves or keratin
Definition
surface of the skin
Term
The acid mantle is a mixture of all of the following EXCEPT:

sebum, oil, toner, sweat
Definition
toner
Term
Most skin problems are caused by the:

sudoriferous glands, eccruine glands, sebaceous glands, arrector pili muscles
Definition
sebaceous glands
Term
What part of the skin is composed of fatty and loose conncective tissue?

subcutaneous layer, dermis, acid mantle, epidermis
Definition
subcutaneous layer
Term
Which of the following is not true about the acid mantle:

helps preven chapping
provides a protective cusion for the skin
keeps skin smooth
Definition
provdes a cusion for the skin
Term
What part of the skin is composed of fatty and loose conncective tissue?

subcutaneous layer, dermis, acid mantle, epidermis
Definition
subcutaneous layer
Term
MOst of the skins problems are caused by the:

sudoriferous glands, eccrine glands, subaceous glands, arrector pili muscles
Definition
sebaceous glands
Term
Which of the following is the a protective cushion for the skin?

subcutaneous layer, dermis, acid mantle, epidermis
Definition
subcutaneous layer
Term
The pH of the acid mantle is?

2.5, 4.5 to 5.5, 7, 7.5 to 8.5
Definition
4.5-5.5
Term
the subcutaneous layer contains all EXCEPT:

stratum corneum
glandular parts of some sudoriferous glands
large blood vessles that transport nourshiment to teh skin and nerves
some sense organs for touch and pressure and temp
Definition
stratum corneum
Term
The subcutaneous tissue inclues all of the following functions EXPCEPT:

body insulation, support of delicate structures such as blood vessels, protective cushion for skin, protein digestion
Definition
protein digestion
Term
Which is NOT true about dark skin?

contains more melanocytes, contains more melanin, better barrier to damging rays, can be damaged by overexposurer to uvrays
Definition
contains more melanocytes
Term
Which of the following statements is true about melanin?

contains sebum, tans the skin, may harm the skin or produces prespiration
Definition
Tans the skin
Term
Which type of skin is NOT prone to acne?

dry, oily, normal, combo
Definition
dry
Term
The least common skin type:

oily, dry, normal, combo
Definition
normal
Term
the most common skin type is?

oily, dry, normal, combo
Definition
combo
Term
A disease taht spread by person contact is known as:

systemic, congenital, contagious, occupational
Definition
contagious
Term
The term used to identify conditions that are brief and sever is known as:

acute, chronic, objective, subjective
Definition
acute
Term
Chronic is teh term used to identify conditions that are;

breif and severe, frequent and habitual, influeced by weather, visible
Definition
frequent and habitual
Term
what is the tech term for the study of the cause of a disease?

etiology, pathology, anantomy or dermatology
Definition
etilogy
Term
Anticipating the most probable course a disease may follow is known as?

diagnosis, prognosis, recognition, analysis
Definition
prognosis
Term
Abornormal changes in teh structure of organs or tissues are called primary and secondary:

fissures, infections, esions, papules
Definition
esions
Term
Which of the following terms isused for symptons that are visable?

season, subjective, objective, visible
Definition
objective
Term
Which of the following symptons is NOT considered subjective?

itching, inflammation, burning, pain
Definition
inflammation
Term
A freckle is a type of:

chloasma, macule, lekoderma, vitiligo
Definition
macule
Term
Herpes simplex is teh tech name for which of teh following condtions?

fever blister, eczema, psoriasis or acne
Definition
fever blister
Term
A freckle is a type of:

chloasma, macule, lekoderma, vitiligo
Definition
macule
Term
Herpes simplex is teh tech name for which of teh following condtions?

fever blister, eczema, psoriasis or acne
Definition
fever blister
Term
Which of teh follwing lesions is characterized by a solid formation above teh skin, ofter caused by an insect bite or allergic reaction?

pustules, macules, papules, wheals
Definition
Wheals
Term
Treatment for secondary skin sesions needs to be performed by a medical doctor or which of the following?

dermatologist, cosmetologist, raidology, esthetician
Definition
dermatologist
Term
a cyst is defined by which of teh following descriptions?

oozing sore, wheals lesions, crack in the skin or abnormalmembranous sac
Definition
abnormal membranous sac
Term
Which of the following secondary lesions are sheddin gdead cells of teh upper most layer of the epidermis?

Scales, crusts, exoriations, fissures
Definition
scales
Term
A secondary lesion appears as round, dry patches of skin covered with rough, silvery scales is called:

eczema, psoriasis, herpes complex, acne
Definition
psorisis
Term
Which of the following secondary lesions are cracks in the skin

wheals, fissures, tumores, crusts
Definition
fissures
Term
The dried remains of an oozing sore are known as:

scales, crusts, tumors, scars
Definition
crusts
Term
The lesion found following the healing of an injury is calle

mole, scale scar fissure
Definition
scar
Term
All of the following secondary skin lesions are considered hypertrophies (new growth) EXcept a:

callus, verruca, naevus, skin tag
Definition
naevus
Term
Which of the following describes a thickening of the epidermis from pressure and friction;

callus, verruca, ulcer, skin tag
Definition
callus
Term
A congenital failure of the skin to form melanin pigment is known as:

lentigines, chloasma, vitiligo, albinism
Definition
albinism
Term
What is another name for a stain in the skin caused by the dilation of a small blood vessels which is also known as a birthmark?

scar, callus, verruca, naevu
Definition
naevus
Term
Which term is used to describe any hyperpigmentation caused by overactivity of the melanocytes in the epidemrmis?

albinism, leukoderma, vitilgo, callus
Definition
leukoderma
Term
masses of sebum trapped in the hair follicle are known as comedones or which of the follwing:

blackheads, acne, rosacea steatoma
Definition
black heads
Term
Accumulations of hardened sebum benath the skin are called whiteheads or:

milia, comedones, acne, rosacea
Definition
milia
Term
A condition characterized by dry, scaly skin caused by decreaed production of sebum is called:

soberrhea, steatoma, asteatosis, roascea
Definition
asteatosis
Term
Which disorder is caused by excessive secretion fo teh sebacesous glands?

seborrhea, bromidrosis, asteatosis, milia
Definition
sebrrheao
Term
Which of the following is the term used for foul-smelling prespiration?

anhidrosis, bromidrosis, hyperhidrosis, psriasis
Definition
bromidrosis
Term
The lack of prespiration caused by fever or disease is known as:

osmidrosis, bromidrosis, anhidrosis, hyperhidrosis
Definition
anhidrosis
Term
What sebaceaous gland disorder appears in the dermis and epidermis and is caused by acute bacterial infection?

boils, moles, skin tags, scars
Definition
Boils
Term
Which of the following terms is NOT a disorder of the sudorferous glands?

Seborrhea, anihrosis, hyperhidrosis, miliaria ruba
Definition
seborrhea
Term
Which of the follwing massage movements involves a light, gental strocking or circular motion?

Petrissage,effluage, tapotment, vibration
Definition
effluage
Term
All of the following results are benefits of massage EXCEPT:

increasing circulation
inproving texture of skin
stimulating glandular activity of skin
weakening musclue tissue
Definition
Weakening muscle tissure
Term
Which of the following areas is a cosmetologist not allowed to massage?

feet, hands, face, lower back
Definition
lowerback
Term
Which of the following is not one fo the 5 basic movments of massage?

Effleruage, petrissage, tapotement, cleansing
Definition
cleansing
Term
A light heavy kneadking, rolling, and squeezing of the muscles is known as which of the following movement?

efflurage, tapotement, pertissage, vibration
Definition
pertissage
Term
Which of the following massage movements is a light tapping or slapping movement applied with the fingertips?

efflerage, taotement, pertissage vibrations
Definition
tapotement
Term
massage manipulations is a circular or wringing movement usally carried out with the fingertips or palms of the hands?

Friction, vibration, petrissage, tapotement
Definition
vibration
Term
Massage should not be performed when:

Vitilia is present, abrasions are present, fillings are present, tension is present
Definition
abrasions are present
Term
Which of the follwoing massage movements should not be preformed if the client needs smoothing?

gliding, strocking, effleurage, taptement
Definition
tapotement
Term
which is not a facial mask?

cream, clay, paraffin, astringent
Definition
astringent
Term
All are true about parafin except;

heated then applied, applied over a layer of gauze, made from clay, act to draw out oil
Definition
made of clay
Term
Electricity is required for which of the following procedures?

perm hair removal, remoeveing dirt or oil, temp hair removal, prev bacteria from growing
Definition
permenant hair removal
Term
Which of The following permanent hair removal methods uses wavelentgs of light to penetrate and dimish of destroy hair bulb?

laser, galvanic electrolysis, chemical depilartory
Definition
laser
Term
Most corrective make up contouring are done to help the face to appear what shape?

round, square, diamond, oval
Definition
oval
Term
which face is narrow forehead and jaw area with predominat width in the cheakbone area

round, oblong, diamond, square
Definition
diamond
Term
hue is anoher term for which of the following:

color, shade, tint, tone
Definition
color
Term
Which product is used to complete the balance of color in makeup application?

foundation, blush, lipstck, eyeliner
Definition
lipstick
Term
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Definition
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