Chapter 9

  1. When living skin splits around the nail, it is called:



    C.
  2. A trumpet or pincer nail is an:



    A.
  3. What does nail psoriasis do to the nails?



    D.
  4. Leukonychia spots are:



    B.
  5. Describe a bruised nail.



    B.
  6. Discolored nails turn a variety of colors and may indicate a:



    D.
  7. Define onychocryptosis:



    B.
  8. The pressure of an ingrown nail can be relieved by doing what?



    B.
  9. When filing eggshell nails, what grit should you use?
    a. 240 grit or higher
    b. 80 grit
    c 100 grit
    d. should not file at all
    A
  10. A nail disease more susceptible to bartenders, health care workers, and food processors.



    A.
  11. What is another term for onychophagy?



    D.
  12. Which of the following causes beau's lines?



    B.
  13. What is onychia?



    C.
  14. What causes onychia?



    A.
  15. Define fungi



    C.
  16. The discoloration that sometimes develops between the nail plate and the nail enhancement is caused by:
    a. mold
    b. fungus
    c. bacteria
    d. dirt
    cC
  17. An advanced bacterial infection between the nail plate and an artificial nail enhancement is ________ in color.



    C.
  18. How should you treat a client's fungus infection?



    D.
  19. Define Onichomycosis.



    C.
  20. ____ is the separation and falling off of a nail plate from the nail bed.



    B.
  21. What is the medical name for a foot fungus?



    A.
  22. Ridges running vertically down the length of the natural nail plate are caused by:



    B.
  23. Paronychia is more prevalent on the:



    A.
  24. How should you treat nails that are brittle, are deeply split, and have vertical ridges?



    A.
  25. A fungal infection called tinea pedis can be described as:



    D.
  26. Define pyogenic granuloma



    A.
  27. What are the attributes of a healthy nail?



    D.
  28. A __________________ is a condition caused by injury or disease.



    A.
  29. As a professional it is important to carefully study nail structure, nail diseases and disorders for:



    C.
  30. This bacterial infection is correctly referred to as mold.



    D.
  31. While services are being performed, fungi and bacteria can be spread by:



    D.
  32. You should decline to do a nail service any time:



    D.
  33. It is safe to perform nail services when this condition is present:
    a. onychosis
    b onychophagy
    c. onychia
    d. paronychia
    B
  34. Cutting off living tissue during a manicure causes ___________ to develop.



    D.
  35. Abnormal condition that occurs when skin is stretched by teh nail plate.



    D.
  36. Onycholysis is caused by:



    B.
  37. What does onycholysis cause the nail to do?



    D.
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Chapter 9
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Nail Diseases and Disorder
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