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Haney AP C6 lc

Haney APC6 lc

How many functions does the skeletal system have? 5
What attaches muscle to bone? tendons
What is it called when bone is developed from spindle-shaped cells? osteoblasts
Where are osteoblasts found? endosteum
What english physician is the haversian canal named for? Cloptin Havers
What are the spaces within the cancellous bone filled with> red bone marrow
What are lacunae and larger Haversian canals connected by? canaliculi
What disease is caused by deficiencies in vitamin D and sunlight? rickets
The second layer of the skin is called? dermis
What consist of dead cells converted to protein and forms the outermost layer of the epidermis? stratum corneum
What is a thickened area of the skin caused by friction called? callus
What is the cell responsible for producing skin color>? melanocytes
The recessive gene that causes the absence of melanin is called? albinism
The visible portion of the hair is called? shaft
What is the name of the muscle that gives us a flesh appearance from chills? arrector pili muscle
Bluish discoloration or lack of oxygen is called? cyanosis
This lies directly beneath the epidermis and referred to as true skin? corium
A highly contagious skin disease of children caused by the bacterium staphylococcus aureus? impetigo
These are simple tubular glands found in most of the body? sweat glands
What's the white crescent at the proximal end of each nail called? lunula
True or False: great frights like being in a serious plane or car accident can cause hair color? True
What is a main characteristic in all mammals in addition to mammary glands? hair
True or False: there are blood vessels in the epidermis? False
True or False: each individual hair is composed of 3 parts? True
The type of burn that involves both the epidermis and dermis? Second-degree burn
Lies directly beneath the stratum corneum, but difficult to see in thinner skin? stratum lucidum
Bony prominences on the foot? corns
What is the normal body temperature maintained at? 98.6
Chronic skin disorder characterized by red patches? psoriasis
It's caused by herpes simplex virus? cold sores
Skin disease resulting in patches of skin lacking pigmentation? vitiligo
This is caused by herpes zoster or chickenpox virus? shingles
This disease is caused by several species of fungus? ringworm
These are caused by human papillomavirus? warts
What are the two secretions skin produce? sebum and sweat
What is the most common type of skin cancer called? basal cell carcinoma
The most dangerous type of skin cancer is called? malignant melanoma
What is the oily substance responsible for lubricating the surface of skin? sebum
The stratum corneum that extends out over the proximal end of nail body? cuticle
When the epidermis and dermis are completely destroyed? thrid-degree burn
Created by: lcvogue