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Twenty Questions Integumentary System
1. An inflammation of the skin that produces a rash caused by coming in contact with a substance or stress is: Dermatitis
2. What part of the integumentary system would undergo the GREATEST change if a person eats an excessive amount of food in a three month period of time?? Subcutaneous layer
3. What type of burn involves complete destruction of the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layer? Third degree
4. What muscle causes the skin to pucker around a hair when exposed to a sudden chill? Arrector pili
5. The layer of skin that contains the blood vessels, nerves, glands and hair follicles is the: Dermis
6. When topical medication is applied to the skin, which function of the skin is being utilized? Absorption
7. T/F The skin helps in the production of vitamin C by using ultraviolet rays from the sun to form an initial molecule of vitamin C that matures in the liver. False
8. Sebaceous glands secrete an oil for hair and skin called: Sebum
9. What disorder of the integumentary system causes potential infection of a newborn baby? Genital herpes
10. T/F Sudoriferous glands usually open into hair follicle False
11. Any changes in an existing wart or mole may be a sign of: Melanoma
12. The outer layer of the hair shaft is the: Cortex
13. Whats the pigment that gives color to the skin? Melanin
14. Whats the outermost layer of the epidermis? Stratum corneum
15. What is the function of the skin? Protection from germ invasion
16. T/F The skin is a membrane, organ, and system. True
17. When a normal hair is replaced by a very short, transparent hair, what condition results? Alopecia
18. T/F Athletes foot is a contagious viral infection that usually affects the feet. True
19. Sweat glands are found primarily in or on the: Axilla
20. T/F Papillae help form fingerprints and footprints True
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