Skin by admin_massage2 | Nov 12, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Skin 1. Ringworm can also be referred to as?Deselect AnswerHerpes zosterTinea pedisTinea corporisDermatitis2. Which pigment gives skin its natural colour?Deselect AnswerMelaninHeparinCollagenHistamine3. Which skin disorder gives skin a flushed reddened appearance?Deselect AnswerHerpes zosterAcne rosaceaAcne vulgarisEczema4. What is dermatitis?Deselect AnswerEczemaAn inflammation of the skin caused by external factorsAn allergy marked by the eruption of wheals with severe itchingAn erythema covered with silvery scales5. Which of the following is a congenital skin disorder?Deselect AnswerChloasmaPsoriasisPapillomaAcne vulgaris6. The Acid Mantle is formed from?Deselect AnswerEccrine & apocrine fluidMast cellsHistamine & heparinSweat & sebum7. Which layer of the skin is the cell membrane not visible?Deselect AnswerStratum granulosumStratum corneumStratum lucidumStratum spinosum8. What type of skin disorder is a port wine stain?Deselect AnswerFungalViralBacterialPigmentation9. The body temperature of healthy humans is?Deselect Answer37.8 degrees celsius36.8 degrees celsius38.6 degrees celsius37.5 degrees celsius10. What is the purpose of collagen in the skin?Deselect AnswerTo plump up the skinTo keep the skin elasticTo produce the anticoagulant heparinTo keep the skin supple11. Shingles is also known as?Deselect AnswerChloasmaUrticariaHerpes simplexHerpes zoster12. How is melanin produced?Deselect AnswerDuring the process of desquamation.In the sweat glands of the dermis.By cells called Melanocytes.By cells called Histiocytes.13. Which layer of skin is the primary site of mitosis?Deselect AnswerBasal layerPrickle cell layerClear layerGranular layer14. Ephelides are more commonly referred to as?Deselect AnswerFrecklesWhiteheadsBlackheadsLiver spots15. Which one of the following is a viral infection?Deselect AnswerPsoriasisMiliaVerrucasLentigo16. Desquamation can be defined as?Deselect AnswerThe cells on the surface of the skin are constantly shedding.The cells on the surface of the skin are constantly shedding.Cell division.A pigmentation which gives skin its colour.17. What do Mast Cells produce?Deselect AnswerHistamine & HeparinAreolar tissueMelaninRed blood cells18. What type of skin disorder is impetigo?Deselect AnswerViral infectionGeneral infectionBacterial infectionCongenital infection19. Comedones are also known as?Deselect AnswerBlackheadsFrecklesHivesWhiteheads20. Which fatty substance in the skin is converted into Vitamin D from UV light?Deselect AnswerHeparinErgosterolMSHMelanin21. Warts can be recognised by?Deselect AnswerHorny tumours on the skinSmall pigmented areas of skinBlocked glandsBrown patches on the skin22. Desquamation occurs on which layer of the skin?Deselect AnswerGranular layerStratum lucidumStratum spinosumStratum corneum23. A bacterial infection of the pilo sebaceous duct is known as?Deselect AnswerDermatitisNaevaeFolliculitisImpetigo24. Which one of the following cannot be absorbed by the skin?Deselect AnswerDrugsWaterEssential oilsSome chemical substances25. Which type of tissue is the dermis made of?Deselect AnswerElastic tissueFibrous tissueMuscular tissueConnective tissue26. Erector Pili can be defined as?Deselect AnswerTiny muscles which are attached to each hair.Nerve endings.Hair follicles which produce sebum.Microscopic capillaries.27. The stratum lucidum is also known as?Deselect AnswerSurface layerClear layerBasal layerGranular layer28. A complete lack of melanocytes causes?Deselect AnswerVitiligoNaevaeAlbinismPapilloma29. What do Eccrine glands excrete?Deselect AnswerWatery sweatMilky fluidOilSebum30. Which of the following can be found in the epidermis?Deselect AnswerElastinSweat glandsMelanocytesLymph vesselsTime is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.