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HESI A2 Version 2, ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY, Health Information Systems Test Bank, Complete Preparation 100% CORRECT, SATISFACTIONS GUARANTEED


HESI A2 Version 2, ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY, Health Information Systems Test Bank, Complete Preparation  100% CORRECT, SATISFACTIONS GUARANTEED 

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1. The names of the three layers of skin are,

a. Proton, neuron, nucleus.

b. Epidural, Mitochondria, chromosome

c. Inner, outer, local

d. Epidermis, dermis and sub dermis.

D

The human skin (integumentary) is composed of a minimum of 3 major layers

of tissue, theEpidermis, the Dermis and Hypodermis.

2. Which sub-layer of skin gives it flexibility?

a. The dermis

b. Epidermis

c. Subdermis

d. Dermatology

A

The dermis is the middle layer of skin, composed of dense irregular connective

tissues such as collagen with elastin arranged in a diffusely bundled and woven

pattern. These layers serve to give elasticity to the integument, allowing

stretching and conferring flexibility, while also resistingdistortions, wrinkling,

and sagging.

3. An example of a minor ailment of the integumentary system is,

a. Skin cancer

b. Acne

c. Common cold

d. Flu

B

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