second degree burn extends through the epidermis and into part of the dermis. 14. List three major concerns associated with severe burns. A. bacterial Infection B. fluid loss C. heat loss 15. Exposure to the sun will enable the skin to produce vitamin _____. Matching Set 1 Match the integumentary layer with its tissue type or types _ C __1. Epidermis A. Dense irregular connective tissue _ A __2. Dermis B. Adipose and loose connective tissue _ B __3. Hypodermis C. Stratified squamous epithelium Matching Set 2 Match the disease with its description.
Chapter 5 Homework Assignment _ D ___1. Fungal infection. A. Albinism _ C _2. Bacterial infection. B. Psoriasis _ E _3. Allergic reaction sometimes called hives. C. Impetigo _ B __4. Disorder resulting from overactive cell division. D. Athlete’s foot _ A __5. Inability to produce melanin. E. Urticaria Matching Set 3 Match each structure to its function. _ B _1. Apocrine sweat glands A.secrete an oil which lubricates and waterproofs skin _ A _2. Sebaceous gland B. found in the armpits and groin _ D _3. Eccrine sweat glands C. makes a hair stand on end _ C _4. Arrector pili muscle D. found on the skin surface; help to lower body temperature Matching Set 4 Match the disease with its description. _ E __1. Excessive body and facial hair. A. Decubitus ulcers __ D _2. Hair loss. B. Rickets __ A _3. Bed sores. C. Eczema __ B _4. Defective mineralization of the skeleton. D. Alopecia _ C __5. Caused by sensitivity to various chemicals. E. Hirsutism Essay (5 points) Describe the steps of the healing of a wound to the skin. Please use complete sentences. To heal a wound, first, a blood clot will form. Then, white blood cells along with fibroblasts will move to the injured area. As fibroblasts pull the margins of a wound together a regeneration of tissue will be promoted. New cells will begin to form from the basal layer of the epidermis. Finally, a scar will form by proliferating fibroblasts.
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