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esthetics final exam

review for final

blepharoplasty eyelift surgery
rhytidectomy facelift
physiognomy facial features structure
chemical peel exfoliating step treats hyperpigmentation
facial bones 14
jaw mandible 1
mustache maxilla 2
cheekbone zygomatic aka malar 2
forehead frontal 1
nose bridge nasal 2
eye sockets lacrimal 2
nasal septum vomer 1
hard palate palatine 2
nasal cavity walls inferior concha
nasal bones superficial to ethmoid
orbicularis oculi around eye
orbicularis oris around mouth
SCM turns head
trapezius triangle shaped on back
masseter mastication
pectorals chest
shoulder bones clavicle , humerus , scapula
tinea corporis ringworm
bacterial conjunctivitis pinkeye
verruca wart
fever blisters herpes simplex 1
athlete's foot contagious fungal infection
impetigo children
hepatitis a stool , raw shellfish , person to person
hepatitis b unprotected sex , needles , birth
hepatitis c blood transfusion , needles
hepatitis d with hepatitis b
hepatitis e with hepatitis a
congenital from birth
acquired later in life
vitiligo acquired lack of pigment
albinism congenital complete lack of pigment
hypertrophic raised scar
keloid scar grows outside of injury site
cancer ABCD assymetry border color diameter
basal cell carcinoma least harmful, most common cancer
squamous cell carcinoma
malignant melanoma most harmful cancer
storage airtight closed containers
priority safety and sanitation
facial protocol analyze first
medication contraindication
contagious diseases contraindication
skin disorders contraindication
medical conditions contraindication
skin irritation contraindication
fifth cranial nerve largest cranial nerve , trifacial or trigeminal , chief sensory , chewing motor nerve
seventh cranial nerve facial , chief motor , facial expression
eleventh cranial nerve accessory , spinal
light therapy light rays for treatment
red light stimulates psych
green light calms psych
wavelength violet shortest , ultraviolet above violet , infrared below red , red longest
visible light therapy normal white , bare blue , dry deepest red
dry skin penetration use warm
oily skin penetration use cool
anhidrosis deficiency in perspiration
rosacea primarily in cheeks and nose
eczema patchy dry or oily spots
erythema redness
excoriation abrasion from scratching
ulcer concave loss of depth
lentigenes mini freckles
macule one freckle
nevus birthmark
acne four grades , we treat 1 and 2
furuncle boil
lesions 3 levels
primary lesions flat, nonpalpable changes in skin color or and elevation
secondary lesions develop later . excoriation , ulcer
tertiary vascular lesions
sebaceous disorders rosacea , asteatosis , seborrhea
sudoriferous disorders bromhidrosis , anhidrosis , hyperhidrosis
epidermal layers stratum corneum , stratum lucidium , stratum granulosum , stratum spinosum , stratum germinativum
cute looking guys smell great corneum lucidium granulosum spinosum germinativum
melanocytes in deepest epidermal layer
dermis 2 layers living skin . papillary , reticular
collagen and elastin made in deeper reticular
arrector pili attach to hair follicle . give goosebumps
sebaceous oil
sudoriferous sweat
apocrine smelly emotional
eccrine exercise
subcutaneous fatty hypodermis
trichology hair and hair diseases
electrolysis permanent hair removal . electric current destroys hair root
depilation removes hair at or near skin level
epilation removes hair between bulb and papilla
levels of decontamination sanitation , disinfection , sterilization (high)
autoclave sterilization
occlusive locks in moisture
ampules iontophoresis
parsol absorbs UV rays at surface
titanium dioxide reflects UV rays
zinc dioxide reflects UV rays
SPF parsol , titanium dioxide , zinc dioxide
30 % bacteria harmful
pH scale 0 acidic dry . 14 alkaline oily
woods blue white healthy
woods yellow pink comedones
woods green fungi
woods violet dehydration
woods orange sebum
fitzpatrick scale six grades measure hereditary tolerance to sun
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