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CH 10 Review questions

Langerhans cells, which play a role in defense against microbes are located in the epidermis
The papillary layer of the skin is part of the Dermis
Which of the following organisms is the causative agent for skin infections and toxic shock syndrome Staphylococcus aures
Which of the following is a type of acute infection generally caused by grou A streptococcus Erysipelas
The organism often called "flesh eating bacteria" is Streptococcus pyogenes
Acne is caused by propionibacterium acnes
Warts are commonly caused by Human papillomavirus
Herpes simplex infections on lips and in the mouth are most commonly caused by HSV-1
"Athletes foot" is caused by Tinea pedis
Diaper rash in infants is commonly caused by Candida albicans
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