NURS 3020 WEEK 4 QUIZ
The adipose tissue in the hypodermis serves to:
The hypodermis layer consists of adipose tissue that serves to generate heat and to provide insulation, shock absorption, and a reserve of calories.
The type and brand of grooming products used are important to the health history of:
Knowledge of exposure to environmental chemicals is valid health history data for all age groups, not just adolescents, older adults, or persons with rashes.
You are inspecting the lower extremities of a patient and have noted pale, shiny skin of the lower extremities. This may reflect:
Pale, shiny skin of the lower extremities may reflect peripheral changes that occur with systemic disorders, such as diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease.
The characteristic that best differentiates psoriasis from other skin abnormalities is the:
Unlike other skin conditions, silvery papules and plaques characterize psoriasis.
Transient mottling of the patient's skin in a cool room is a common finding in:
Cutis marmorata, a mottled appearance, is part of the newborn's response to changes in temperature.
Pigmented, raised, warty lesions over the face and trunk should be assessed by an experienced practitioner who can distinguish:
Actinic keratoses have malignant potential, and seborrheic keratoses do not. Because they can look similar, an experienced practitioner should make the determination.
During history taking, a mother states that her son awoke in the middle of the night complaining of intense itching to his legs. Today, your inspection reveals honey-colored exudate from the vesicular rash on his legs. Which condition is consistent with the above findings?
Impetigo causes intense pruritus, regional lymphadenopathy, and honey-colored exudative crusting as the vesicles or bullae rupture and dry.
Soft, painless, bluish papules in persons who are HIV-positive are most likely:
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