5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Basal Cell Carcinoma
- Marfan Syndrome
- a Skin condition in which the cells grow too quickly, causing patches of dry skin to accummulate and flake off.
- b Disorder of the muscle tissue and associated joints
- c Inflammation of the sebaceous glands of the sking
- d Genetic disorder that causes abnormal connective tissue development (weakness in the tissues of the bones, eyes, muscles). Patients will also have a longer wingspan than height, and abnormally long fingers
- e Tumors that arise from the epidermis (basal layer) and rarely spread
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Injury of the skin that includes both the epidermis and part/all of the dermis; usually associated with blistering
- Also known as a luxation; an injury that occurs when a bone is displaced from a joint in the body (usually resulting in the tearing of various ligaments/tendons that are associated with the joint)
- Cold sores of the mouth, caused by the Herpes Simplex I virus
- Disorder involving irregular levels of blood sugar (usually from dysfunctional cells in the pancreas that have difficulty producing or releasing insulin)
- Condition caused by the constant deficienty of blood to tissues over a bony projection that has been subjected to prolonged pressure (such as a bed, cast, or splint)
5 True/False Questions
Vitiligo → Skin disorder in which the melanocytes are no longer functional, and can no longer produce pigment.
Scolosis → Irregular (lateral) curvature of the spinal column
Plantar Warts → Skin condition in which the cells grow too quickly, causing patches of dry skin to accummulate and flake off.
Herniated Disc → Nutritional disorder that results in a deficiency of Vitamin D
Melanoma → Disorder that involves a low iron count in the bloodstream, which leads to difficulty in transporting oxygen