Chapter 7

  1. Acne
    skin disorder characterized by chronic inflammation of the sebaceous glands from retained secretions and bacteria.
  2. albinism
    absence of melanin pigment of the body, hair, skin, and eyes.
  3. Which of the following is the largest organ of the body?
    A. intestines
    B. hair
    C. integumentary system
    D. skin
    D
  4. The ______ consists of stratum spinosum, stratum lucidum, and stratum corneum.



    B.
  5. The dermis is also called:




    C. subdermis
    D. stratum corneum
    A.
  6. How is skin nourished?



    B. oxygen and nutrients are carried through the bloodstream
  7. The _________ has nerve endings but no blood vessels.
    a derimis
    b. hypodermis
    c. corium
    d. all answers
    C
  8. What is the primary purpose of the subcutaneous tissue?



    C.
  9. The two types of pigment found in the skin are:



    C.
  10. Nerve endings are most abundant in the _________ .



    B.
  11. What are collagen and elastin?



    C.
  12. Define the function of collagen:



    C.
  13. Which of the following are lifestyle habits that cause premature aging of the skin?
    a. excessive alcohol
    b. smoking
    c overexposure to UV rays
    d. all answers
    d.
  14. _________ duct glands extract materials from the blood to form new substances.



    c. sudoriferous and lymph
    A.
  15. The glands that eliminate up to two pints of liquid daily are called:



    A.
  16. Body temperature is regulated by this gland:



    B.
  17. The #1 cause of skin aging is long-term exposure to:



    B.
  18. It is very important that a salon does not serve a client who is suffering from:



    D.
  19. After swimming or water play, what should you do?



    A.
  20. Which of the following professionals is qualified to diagnose a skin disorder?



    C.
  21. A bulla is a:



    D.
  22. A wheal is an:



    A.
  23. What are flaky, dry, or oily scales such as dandruff called?



    C.
  24. define exoriation.



    D.
  25. Define comedo.



    C.
  26. Dilated capillaries called ___ can be caused by tobacco use, sun exposure, or other environmental factors.



    C.
  27. Miliaria rubra is the medical name for:



    A.
  28. Dermatitis is an:



    C.
  29. Which type of dermatitis is the most common skin disease for nail technicians?



    C.
  30. How can clients develop contact dermatitis to a nail ingredient?



    C.
  31. Nail technicians are most likely to develop contqct dermatitis in which area?



    D.
  32. Clients can eventually develop contact dermatitis to nail products when nail technicians:



    B.
  33. _____ is the most common type and least severe form of skin cancer.



    D.
  34. To ensure that your UV bulbs are adequately curing gel nail enhancements, you should:




    c. basal cell carcinoma
    d. skin tags
    C.
  35. A mark on the skin indicating an injury or damage that caused a structural change in tissue is called a :



    C.
  36. What do bleach, strong cleaning agents, quats, solvents, and acetone have in common?



    D.
  37. Nail technicians can avoid developing contact dermatitis by:



    A.
  38. What does vitiligo look like:
    a. multihued warts
    b. blackening of the skin
    c. dark and light spots
    d. milky-white spots
    D.
  39. What is the role of an antioxidant?



    A.
  40. A medical term for abnormal skin inflammation is called:



    A.
  41. Healthy skin should contain between _ of water



    C.
  42. When cells become dehydrated,what happens to them?



    D.
  43. Even mild dehydration can cause:



    B.
  44. You can lessen hunger without consuming calories by:



    D.
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