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20. What is one of the purposes of the hypodermis?
21. What is a dermatome?22. Where is the information gathered from a dermatome sent?
23. True or false: The root of a hair follicle begins at the shaft.
2/22/19, 9’51 PMNursingABC - Module24. Each hair follicle is connected to a muscle called__________.25. True or false: Hair can be impacted by hormones circulating in the body.Nails26. True or false: Nails are comprised of live skin cells.27. Is the nail body the visible or the invisible portion of the nail?
Page 19 of 2134. What type of burn damages only the epidermis?
28. What types of cells form a blood clot?29. Mast cells release what type of chemical?30. What is the purpose of the chemical released by mast cells?31. True or False: Fibroblasts are involved in engulfing foreign bacteria and particles.32. Fibroblasts secrete what substance to assist in wound healing?33. What is the final phase of wound healing called?
2/22/19, 9’51 PMNursingABC - Module35. Your patient was involved in a severe cooking accident. She is not able to feel any sensation in theburned area. What type of burn did your patient incur?Module 7: Review Question Answer KeyIntroduction to the Integumentary System
Page 20 of 217. Review figure of sensory organsGlands8. Exocrine glands contain secretions which are released through a duct (opening) into an epithelial surfaceor lining.9. Sebaceous glands (oil glands) produce sebum (oil)10. Thermoregulation helps the body to regulate its temperature. Perspiration is one method in assistingthermoregulation.The Epidermis11. False (stratified squamous epithelium)12. Stratum corneum, stratum granulosum, stratum spinosum and stratum basale13. True14. Fingerprints15. True16. Keratinocytes17. MelanocytesThe Dermis18. Papillary and reticular; the reticular region contains the main blood supply19. ContusionThe Hypodermis
2/22/19, 9’51 PMNursingABC - ModulePage 21 of 2120. Fat helps to insulate and regulate body temperature; The thickness of the hypodermis protects thedeeper tissues and organs from injury.Dermatomes21. A dermatome is a region of skin innervated by one sensory nerve.22. The sensory information gathered in each region of the skin is sent to the spinal cord and then finally thebrain for processing.Hair23. False24. Arrector pili muscle25. TrueNails26. False27. The nail body is the visible or the portion of the nail.Tissue Repair28. Platelets29. Histamine30. Helps to dilate blood vessels to bring increased blood and nutrients to the injured area.31. False32. Collagen33. RemodelingBurns34. First-degree burn35. Fourth-degree burn (damage to deep tissues, dermis is completely destroyed along with sensoryreceptors in the skin).Copyright © 2019 Portage Learning. All Rights Reserved.Website by Spire Advertising & Web Design
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Rebekah Stepp
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Stratum Corneum

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