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Esti State Board Prep Test 10
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The system in the human body which controls and coordinates all other systems is the ______.
Blood is sent from the heart to the lungs to be oxygenated in a process known as ___.
What is true of the muscular system ?
It covers, shapes, and the supports the skeleton
The skeletal system does NOT ______
Contract and move parts of the body
The middle part of the muscle is known as the __.
What does the term digestion refer to?
The breakdown of food by mechanical and chemical means
What is responsible for the production of insulin?
What is the biological definition of blood?
The nutrient-rich fluid circulating through the circulatory system
What function does the pineal gland serve?
Affecting sexual development, sleep, and metabolism
Esthetician's do NOT study anatomy in order to
Understand the effects services have on the body
What is a white blood cell?
A cell that destroys disease-causing germs
The outer parts of the body are connected to the central nervous system through the ______.
Peripheral nervous system
Which of the following is a secretion produced by an endocrine gland?
The largest of the cranial nerves is the
Histology is the study of
The tiny structures found in living tissues
The function of epithelial tissue is to _____.
Provide a protective covering for body cavities and the surfaces of organs
A teenager's acne breakout probably has its source in the ____.
What system creates increased demands on the skin of older female clients?
The reproductive system
All of the following are considered accessories to the skin EXCEPT?
Where is the lunula?
What is NOT part of the lymphatic or immune systems?
The systems that both directly work to develop resistance to pathogens are the _____ systems.
Lymphatic and immune
The glands most closely connected to skin melanization are
The scientific field that studies the structure and composition of the skin tissue is _____
Body tissues come from the basic building blocks known as ____.
The outermost layer of the skin is called the ____.
The type of melanin that is red and yellow in color is called ____.
What is microcirculation?
The circulation of blood from the heart to arterioles, to capillaries, to venues, and then back to the heart.
What does the term subcutaneous layer refer to?
A protective cushion and energy storage for the body
When a dead protein cell that is dried out and lacks nuclei, it is called
The type of light wavelength that ranges between 320 to 400 nanometers and penetrates deep into the skin is
What is also known as aging rays?
Every minute, the human skin sheds _____ cells.
The part of the skin that insulates is known as
What is true of all hair on the human body?
It is an appendage of the skin
What condition, related to circulation, causes the skin under the nails to turn purplish or blue?
One example of a motor nerve functioning is
Sarah is feeling hot and her forehead is sweaty, which is a result of her
What does exfoliation removes and deplete?
What does natural antioxidants in the skin help to prevent damage from?
The harmful effects of pollution will not be counteracted by
What is a result of drinking too much alcohol?
Blocked follicles cause
Someone with impetigo likely has
Clusters of small blisters or crusty lesions filled with bacteria
What statement is true of conjunctivitis?
It is also known as pink eye
Excessive perspiration caused by heat, genetics, medications, or medical conditions
squamous cell carcinoma is defined as
A condition characterized by red or pink scaly papules or nodules
Sebaceous filaments are often found on the ____.
Acne is a condition which
Is a disorder of the sebaceous glands
What are sebaceous filaments?
Mainly small, solidifies impactions of oil without the cell matter
Grade || acne is characterized by ?
Many closed comedones, more open comedones, and occasional papules and pustules
What characterized the condition known as acne?
Excess sebum production
What is true of a tan?
It is caused by exposure to the sun
Allergic contact dermatitis is most frequently caused by ____ dye
The itchy feeling that often accompanies contact dermatitis is caused by ___.
Dermatitis is best defined as _____.
An inflammatory condition of the skin
All of the following people may diagnose rosacea EXCEPT
Disorders of the skin are
Difficult to categorize
Someone who would be most likely to work in conjunction with an esthetician in treating someone with hyperpigmentation is _______.
What diameter indicates melanoma?
At least as large as a pencil eraser
What is a symptom of PCOS that an esthetician can help with?
PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is NOT
Excess buildup of cells is a condition called ?
What are open comedones?
Blackheads caused by a buildup of debris, oil, and dead skin cells
A raised lesion is also known as a ?
What scale is used to measure the skin types ability to tolerate sun exposure?
The Fitzpatrick Scale
What term is best described as a discoloration from melanin production due to sun or other factors ?
Before performing any service, esthetician's must have a full awareness of ?
The clients skin type
The two skin types which have similar levels of hydration are ?
Oily and combination
Uneven skin is observed when touching ____ skin.
Esthetician's examine the skin through a form of touch called
People with the darkest skin are Fitzpatrick skin type
What should sensitive skin be treated with?
Non irritating products
The Décolleté is located
At the lower neck and chest
How does the skin of the décolleté compare to that of the face?
The skin of the décolleté shows aging more quickly
At least how long must the use of isotretinoin be completed before skin treatment?
Who may possible receive safe electrical treatments ?
Clients who have allergies
What form releases the esthetician from liability resulting from treatment?
The medical history of a client is noted on the
Where is history of an esthetician's treatments of a client recorded?
All of the following are other names for the intake form EXCEPT?
Service record card
The most important reason for a client consultation is?
To obtain legal consent
An esthetician should ask about a clients life style and describe any observations about the skins appearance ?
Before applying toner and after touching the skin
What is true of the esthetic use of machine technology?
Machines can produce better results
What is the best choice of a products pH for use in salon peels?
A pH between 3-5.5 depending on the clients skin pH
Who has the longest cell renewal factory (CRF)
Adults over 50
Chemical exfoliation does NOT typically result in
How often should the most gentle enzyme peels be repeated?
Once a week
What is good advice for esthetician's who do not have much experience with enzyme peels?
Be prepared to remove the peel earlier than the manufactures reccomendstions
Clients put themselves at most risk if they wish to schedule a chemical peel in ____
Esthetician's risk respiratory damage when using
Microdermabrasion would be a good choice for
Clients who are wrinkled
What type of client would benefit the most
From micro current ?
For an older client who has sagging skin
What treatment does NOT incorporate the use of seaweed and mud?
What type of treatment includes saunas, steam rooms, and Vichy showers?
The spa treatment that may be incorporated into a regular facial is
What do amino acids, aloe Vera, vitamin B, and essential fatty acids potentially help with?
Before and after surgery, sweeping may be reduced with?
Manual lymph drainage
What is NOT a process that typically falls under the category of medical esthetics?
When performing a light glycolic peel, finish treating the _____.
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