Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin assessment questions

Published on 23rd January 2017

Anatomy and Physiology of THE SKIN

SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS

Use these questions to quickly revise the skin for your ITEC level 3 anatomy, physiology and pathology certificate

 

Name 3 functions of the skin

 

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What is the purpose of the fatty layer under the surface of the skin?

 

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What is the name of the muscle that gives us “goose – pimples “?

 

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The most numerous and widespread sweat glands are called the _______________ sweat glands

 

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The _________________ sweat glands are found mainly in the armpits and in the genital area

 

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Name the 5 layers of the epidermis

 

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Name the two layers of the dermis

 

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The blood vessels and sensory receptors are found in the (epidermis / dermis)

 

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