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61. (p. 101) Why vitamin D production by the skin

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61. (p. 101) Why is vitamin D production by the skin important to the body?

A. Vitamin D adds strength to the skin, making it hard to penetrate.

B. Vitamin D protects the skin from pathogens.

C. Vitamin D protects the skin from UV light.

D. Vitamin D is necessary for calcium absorption.

62. (p. 102) How does the process of sweating help the body regulate temperature?

A. Sweat is cold and the production of it decreases body temperature.

B. Sweat produced on the skin will evaporate and cool the body if body temperature is too high.

C. Sweat helps trap cool air against the skin thereby reducing body temperature.

D. Sweat causes vasodilation which allows the core temperature of the body to drop.

63. (p. 102) The fact that the epidermis is waterproof allows the skin to perform what function?

A. Nonverbal communication

B. Water retention

C. Vitamin D production

D. Sensation

64. (p. 103) What are the two ways in which wounds heal?

A. Fibrosis and granulation

B. Regeneration and contracture

C. Regeneration and fibrosis

D. Contracture and granulation

65. (p. 103) Wounds that heal by regeneration result in what?

A. The wound is healed with the same tissue that was damaged and normal function is restored.

B. The wound is healed with scar tissue and normal function is not restored.

C. The wound is healed with the same tissue that was damaged and normal function is not restored.

D. The wound is healed with scar tissue and normal function is restored.

66. (p. 103) Wounds that heal by fibrosis result in what?

A. The wound is healed with the same tissue that was damaged and normal function is restored.

B. The wound is healed with scar tissue and normal function is not restored.

C. The wound is healed with the same tissue that was damaged and normal function is not restored.

D. The wound is healed with scar tissue and normal function is restored.

67. (p. 103-104) Which of the following lists the steps to wound healing in the correct order?

A. Bleeding and clotting of the wound, wound contracture, granulation tissue fills in the wound's clot, a cut into the dermis

B. A cut into the dermis, bleeding and clotting of the wound, granulation tissue fills in the wound's clot, wound contracture

C. Wound contracture, a cut into the dermis, bleeding and clotting of the wound, granulation tissue fills in the wound's clot

D. A cut into the dermis, bleeding and clotting of the wound, wound contracture, granulation tissue fills in the wound's clot

68. (p. 105) What type of burn is the most common?

A. First degree burn

B. Second degree burn

C. Third degree burn

D. Fourth degree burn

69. (p. 105) What type of burn is also referred to as a partial thickness burn?

A. First degree burn

B. Second degree burn

C. Third degree burn

D. Fourth degree burn

70. (p. 105) What type of burn involves the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis?

A. First degree burn

B. Second degree burn

C. Third degree burn

D. Fourth degree burn

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