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using a Wood's lamp.using a pen light.with illumination provided by daylight.Tangential lighting is best used for inspecting skin:color.turgor.exudates.symmetry.contour.contour.Unusual white areas on the skin may be caused by:adrenal disease.polycythemia.vitiligo.Down syndrome.lentigo.vitiligo.Pigmentary demarcation lines are:a precursor of skin cancermore common on people with fair skincommonly seen on the facea normal variationmay decrease during pregnancya normal variationWhich cultural group has the lowest incidence of nevi? (Groups of benign skin lesions/birthmarks)Native AmericansAfrican AmericansMexican Americans
AsiansEastern EuropeansAfrican AmericansUpgrade to remove adsOnly $1/monthPale, shiny skin of the lower extremities may reflect:excessive steroids.a history of vigorous exercise.peptic ulcer disease.vasculitis.systemic diseasesystemic diseaseA 29-year-old white woman appears jaundiced. A cause of liver disease has been excluded. What history questions should the nurse ask?Whether she had unprotected sexIf she has a history of diabetes mellitusWhether she has unusual bleeding problemsIf she eats a lot of yellow and orange vegetablesIf she has a family history of peripheral vascular diseaseIf she eats a lot of yellow and orange vegetablesThe nurse blanches over a vascular lesion on a pregnant patient. The site blanches andrefills evenly from the center outward. The nurse documents this lesion as (blanches - pushes down on it)telangiectasia.a spider angioma.petechiae.purpura.ecchymosis.a spider angiomaSmall, less than 0.5-cm in diameter, red-purple nonblanchable discolorations of the skin are:ecchymoses.petechiae.spider veins.telangiectasias.purpura.petechiae.A flat, nonpalpable lesion is described as a macule if the diameter isgreater than 1 cm.less than 1 cm.greater than 2 cm.too irregular to measure.exactly 5 mm.less than 1 cm.A 4 × 3-cm, rough, elevated area of psoriasis is an example of aplaque.
patch.macule.papule.wheal.plaque.The nurse inspects an annular lesion. What type of additional lighting source should be used for further assessment?Florescent lightingWood's lampGoose-neck lampSunlightCobalt blueWood's lampSkin turgor checks are performed to determinethe temperature of the skin.hydration status.skin texture.the extent of an ecchymosis.skin moisture.hydration status.Skin lesions are transilluminated to determinevascular from nonvascular lesions.furuncles from folliculitis lesions.fluid-filled lesions in solid cysts or masses.herpes zoster from varicella.macules from papules.fluid-filled lesions in solid cysts or masses.Fluorescing lesions are best distinguished using a(n)incandescent lamp.magnifying glass.transilluminator.

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