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Medical Terminology

Unit 2 - Self Assessment - Integumentary System

What word uses a combining form? hiradenoma, hirsutism, dermatologist, dermalgia dermatologist ( dermat /o/logist)
term means between or within the layers of the skin intradermal (intra dermal)
This term means slowing or stoppage of body fluids stasis, sclerosis, scopy, liposis stasis
Which term means hair loss or baldness ? Onychia, Impetigo, Alopecia, Vitiligo Alopecia
Which term means excessive hair growth? Impetigo, hiradenoma, hirsutism, petechiea hirsutism
Which type of burn damages the deepest layers of the skin and tissues underneath it? First degree, Second degree, Second degree, Fourth degree Third degree
Which one is an accessory organ? Hair, Nails, Sweat Glands, All the above? All the above
Which is the most superficial layer of the skin ? Corium, Dermis, Epidermis, Subcutaneous Layer Epidermis
Which one is NOT a function of the skin? Temeperature regulation, protection against pathogens, absorption of nutrients, housing of sensosry receptors
Created by: jaicasha