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More prominent axillary and pubic hair production

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more prominent axillary and pubic hair production.increased terminal hair follicles to the tragus of men's ears.more prominent peripheral extremity hair production.women possibly developing less coarse facial hair.CBrittle nails are typical findings inadolescents.infants.pregnant women.older adults.children.DThe nails of older adults grow slowly because ofA. decreased circulation.B. dietary deficiencies.C. fungal infections.D. low hormone levels.E. high estrogen levels.ARisk factors for skin cancer includeA. an olive complexion.B. repeated trauma or irritation to the skin.C. a history of allergic reactions to sunscreen.
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D. dark eyes and hair.E. pigmented bands in the nails.BWhich of the following, if reported, belongs in the family history of a patient with a skin rash?A. Father has chronic asthma.B. Sister repeatedly uses a tanning booth.C. Mother trims patient's nails too short.D. Sister had measles as a child.E. Grandparent had chemical burn.AThe type and brand of grooming products used are important to the health history of A. adolescents.B. everyone.C. older adults.D. persons with rashes.E. children.DInspection to determine color variations of the skin is best conducted:A. using an episcope.B. under fluorescent lighting.C. with illumination provided by daylight.D. using a Wood's lamp.E. using a pen light.CTangential lighting is best used for inspecting skin A. color.B. turgor.C. exudates.D. symmetry.E. contour.EUnusual white areas on the skin may be caused by:A. adrenal disease.B. polycythemia.C. vitiligo.D. Down syndrome. E. lentigo.CPigmentary demarcation lines areA. a precursor of skin cancerB. more common on people with fair skinC. commonly seen on the faceD. a normal variationE. may decrease during pregnancyDWhich cultural group has the lowest incidence of nevi?A. Native Americans
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B. African AmericansC. Mexican AmericansD. AsiansE. Eastern EuropeansBUpgrade to remove adsOnly $1/monthPale, shiny skin of the lower extremities may reflectA. excessive steroids.B. a history of vigorous exercise.C. peptic ulcer disease.D. vasculitis.E. systemic disease.EA 29yearold white woman appears jaundiced. A cause of liver disease has been excluded. What history questions should the nurse ask?A. Whether she had unprotected sexB. If she has a history of diabetes mellitusC. Whether she has unusual bleeding problemsD. If she eats a lot of yellow and orange vegetablesE. If she has a family history of peripheral vascular diseaseDThe nurse blanches over a vascular lesion on a pregnant patient. The site blanches andrefills evenly from the center outward. The nurse documents this lesion asA. telangiectasia.B. a spider angioma.C. petechiae. D. purpura.E. ecchymosis.BSmall, less than 0.5cm in diameter, redpurple nonblanchable discolorations of the skin areA. ecchymoses.B. petechiae.
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