Sebaceous gland or the called the oil gland this

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sebaceous gland or the called the oil gland. This produces sebum (oil) toprotect the hair and skinfrom drying outSebaceous gland (oil gland) produces oil (sebum) to protect the skin and hair from drying.
Question 122 / 2 ptsAll of the following are functions of skin except:
Produce vitamin KQuestion 132 / 2 ptsThe thickest region of the dermis is the:
Question 142 / 2 ptsThe hypodermis is comprised mainly of:
Question 152 / 2 ptsWhat is a contusion?A third degree burnAn infection in the epidermisCorrect!Damage to a broken blood vessel
Subcutaneous injectionQuestion 162 / 2 ptsInformation from a dermatome travels to:
Question 1710 / 10 ptsAnswer the following clinical case scenario:This injury, seen below, is best described as what degree of burn? Explain what layer/s of skinare damaged in this type of burn.
Question 188 / 10 ptsAnswer the following clinical case scenario:Your patient was injured in a cooking accident. The burn damaged the entire epidermis, dermisand slightly into the subcutaneous layer.1- What degree of burn best describes your patient’s injury?2- Would your patient experience pain in the injured area? Why or why not?

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Term
Spring
Professor
Rebekah Stepp
Tags
Skin anatomy, Stratum Granulosum

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