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The basal cell layer is made of: epidermis, dermis or subcutaneous layer?
epidermis
Which layer aids in cushing epidermis, dermis or subcutaneous layer?
subcutaneous layer
Collagen is made of: epidermis, dermis or subcutaneous layer?
dermis
adipose tissue is made of: epidermis, dermis or subcutaneous layer?
subcutaneous layer
Uniformly thin is made of: epidermis, dermis or subcutaneous layer?
epidermis
Stratum corneum is made of: epidermis, dermis or subcutaneous layer?
epidermis
Elastic tissue is made of: epidermis, dermis or subcutaneous layer?
dermis
What is it called when the skin appears intensly red due to excess blood in the dilated superficial capillaries?
erythema
What is it called when the skin appears bluish mottled signifying decreased perfusion?
cyanosis
What is it called when the skin appears to absent of red-pink tones form oxygenated hemoglobin in the blood?
pallor
What is it called when the skin appears yellow due to increased bilirubin in th blood?
jaundice
Tiny, punctate red macules and papules on the cheek are refered to as:
erythema toxicum
Lower half of body turns red, upper half blanches are refered to as:
harlequin
Transient mottling on truck and extremites are refered to as:
cutis marmorata
Bluish color around the lips, hands, and fingernails are refered to as:
acrocyanosis
Large round or oval patches of light brown usually present at birth are refered to as:
café au lait
Yellowing of skin, sclera,and mucous membranes due to increased numbers of hemolyzed following birth are refered to as:
physiologic jaundice
Yelow-orange color in light-skinned persons from large amounts of foods containg caroteneare refered to as:
carotenemia