6 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- oil glands that produce sebum
- an active infection of sebaceous glands causing "pimples"
- located below the epidermis and includes blood vessels, hair follicles, seat glands, sebaceous glands and arrector pili.
- release secretions to skin surface via duct
- function of sebum (KSL)
5 True/False questions
sebaceous glands → type of cutaneous gland (SeG)
whiteheads → occur when the sebaceous gland becomes blocked by sebum
plantar → region where no sebaceous glands are located (pl)
melanocytes → stimulated when exposed to UV light and can act as a nautral sunscreen
Cutaneous glands → are exocrine glands located in the dermis