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1. The subcutaneous tissue of the skin is Made up mostly
(A) Keratin
(B) Muscle
(C) Melanin
(D) Fatty cell
2. What is the function of Meissner Corpuscles present in the papillary Region
(A) Touch sensations
(B) Sensation of warmth
(C) Sensation of coolness
(D) Pain sensations
3. Name the procedure that uses skin From a deceased person to treat a Burned area
(A) Autograft
(B) Homograft
(C) Granulation tissue
(D) Deep partial-thickness graft
4. The papillary layer of the dermis is Most closely associated with which layer of the epidermis
(A) Stratum Spinosum
(B) Stratum Corneum
(C) Stratum Basale
(D) Stratum granulosum
5. Mesothelium is a term that refers to Membranes
(A) Serous
(B) Mucous
(C) Cutaneous
(D) Synovial
6. Which of the following layers of skin Does not contain blood vessels
(A) Cutis
(B) Dermis
(C) Corium
(D) Epidermis
7. The skin is called the membrane
(A) Epithelial
(B) Serous
(C) Synovial
(D) Cutaneous
8. What layer of the skin contains large Blood vessels that transport Nourishment to the skin and nerve
(A) Epidermis
(B) Melanin layer
(C) Spinum spinosum
(D) Subcutaneous layer
9. Which of the statements is true
(A) The epidermis is made of epithelial cells whereas the dermis is made of muscular tissues
(B) The epidermis is made of epithelial cells whereas the dermis is made of Connective tissues
(C) The epidermis is made of muscular tissues whereas the dermis is made of connective tissue.
(D) All are true
10. Which statement concerning the Integument is incorrect
(A) It includes the skin
It sits appearance and condition varies
(C) It protects the body and helps to regulate its function
(D) All are Incorrect
11. What part of the skin is often referred To as “true skin”
(A) Dermis
(B) Epidermis
(C) Stratum corneum
(D) Stratum Spinosum
12. What is an abnormal thickening of Stratum Corneum called
(A) Dandruff
(B) Callus
(C) Comodo
(D) Abrasion
13. Is not a function of the integument
(A) Synthesis of vitamin D
(B) Thermoregulation
(C) Hydroregulation
(D) Nutrient absorption
14. The lesion found on the skin the Healing of an injury is called
(A) Vitiligo
(B) Fissure
(C) Scar
(D) Excoriation
15. What tells your brain how things feel When you touch them
(A) The dermis
(B) Hair
(C) Nerve endings
(D) Pores
16. The most active growing region of the Nails is the
(A) Lunula
(B) Bed
(C) Plate
(D) Stratum corneum
17. Which layer is not part of the Integumentary system
(A) Hypodermis
(B) Dermis
(C) Epidermis
(D) All are part of the Integumentary System
18. Which layer is not part of the Integumentary system
(A) Hypodermis
(B) Dermis
(C) Epidermis
(D) All are part of the Integumentary System
19. The sweat and oil glands are found in the
(A) Outer layer of the epidermis
(B) Inner layer of the epidermis
(C) Both the dermis and the epidermis
(D) Dermis
20. What is your skin's natural oil called
(A) Sweat
(B) Melanin
(C) Sebum
(D) Vegetable oil
21. Vitamin which is synthesized in the Skin in the presence of ultraviolet light
(A) Vitamin D
(B) Vitamin E
(C) Vitamin A
(D) Vitamin K
22. Where are the blood vessels found that Supply the skin
(A) Dermis
(B) Epidermis
(C) Stratum lucidum
(D) Stratum Corneum
23. A group of cells that surrounds the Developing hair is called the
(A) Shaft
(B) Follicle
(C) Root
(D) Cuticle
24. On the human body, the thinnest skin Is located on the
(A) Chin
(B) Eyelids
(C) Soles of the feet
(D) Skull just behind the ears
25. What is another name for the stratum germinativum
(A) Epidermis
(B) Dermal layer
(C) Stratum lucidum
(D) Basal layer or stratum basale
26. The correct order of the layers of the Cutaneous membrane is
(A) Epidermis, hypodermis, dermis
(B) Dermis, epidermis, hypodermis
(C) Epidermis, dermis, hypodermis
(D) Hypodermis, dermis, epidermis
27. Which of the following is NOT part of The integumentary system
(A) Skin
(B) Cartilage
(C) Nails
(D) Hair
28. Which receptors are not found in the Skin
(A) Pain Receptor
(B) Pressure receptors
(C) Heat Receptor
(D) Olfactory receptors
29. The sebaceous gland produces
(A) Melanin
(B) Dandruff
(C) Sebum (Oil)
(D) Perspiration
30. Light skin and dark skin differ in the
(A) Number of melanocytes they Contain
(B) Rate and amount of melanin produced
(C) Number of nerve endings that Contain
(D) Number of epidermal cells they Contain
31. Sudoriferous glands are found Everywhere expect
(A) Nipples and parts of the external genitalia
(B) Palms & Soles
(C) Arms & Legs
(D) Feet
32. Which layer of the skin produces Collagen protein and elastin fibres to Help give the skin its clericity and Pliability
(A) Dermis
(B) Epidermis
(C) Stratum lucidum
(D) Stratum germinative
33. The small openings onto the skin from The sudoriferous glands are called
(A) Ducts
(B) Pores
(C) Glands
(D) Follicles
34. The outermost layer of the skin is called the
(A) Corium
(B) Dermis
(C) Adipose
(D) Epidermis
35. Skin cancer most likely arises from Which type of cells
(A) Dermal
(B) Melanocytes
(C) Epithelial cells
(D) Stratum corneum cells
36. Which of the following statement is Not true
(A) Keratinocytes protect skin and muscles from heat and chemicals
(B) Papiilary region is responsible for the figure prints
(C) Markel cells are used for touch sensations
(D) Apoptosis takes place in the stratum
37. The stratum corneum is composed of
(A) Melanin
(B) Granules
(C) Keratin cells
(D) Squamous cells
38. Which of the following is the feature of the Reticular region
(A) Hair follicles
(B) Epidermal ridges
(C) Sebaceous glands
(D) All of the above
39. Most of the sensory fibres and Structures are located in which region
(A) Dermis
(B) Subcutaneous
(C) Epidermis
(D) Stratum basale
40. A papule is an example of a
(A) Tertiary lesion
(B) Primary skin lesion
(C) Subjective symptom
(D) Secondary skin lesion
41. What layer of the skin contains Keratinocytes, Melanocytes, Merkel Cells, and Langerhans Cells
(A) Epidermis
(B) Hypodermis
(C) Dermis
(D) Dermal Papillae
42. Which separates the epidermis from The dermis
(A) Epithelial cells
(B) Presence of adipose
(C) Basement membrane
(D) Subcutaneous layer
43. What is a major function of the Sudoriferous gland
(A) Gives skin texture
(B) Gives skin a healthy colour
(C) Protects the skin's elasticity
(D) Helps to regulate body temperature
44. Which acts as an insulator for the body
(A) Hypodermis
(B) Dermis
(C) Sebaceous Tissue
(D) All of the above
45. Glands discharge an oil secretion into Hair follicles
(A) Apocrine sweat
(B) Merocrine sweat
(C) Ceruminous
(D) Sebaceous
46. What factor would cause a reaction in Sensory nerve fibres
(A) Fear
(B) Light
(C) Sound
(D) Cold temperatures
47. Almost 90% of the skin’s wrinkles are caused by
(A) Exposure to the sun
(B) Exposure to pollutants
(C) Excessive use of astringents
(D) Excessive exposure to fluorescent lights
48. Melanotic sarcoma is a skin cancer That begins with
(A) A mole
(B) An ulcer
(C) Lentigines
(D) Miliaria Rubra
49. The main tissue in the dermis is
(A) Dense connective
(B) Stratified squamous epithelium
(C) Smooth muscle
(D) Loose Connective tissue
50. Langerhans cells are commonly found In the
(A) Stratum Basale
(B) Stratum Corneum
(C) Stratum Granulosum
(D) Stratum Spinosum
51. Healthy skin’s PH level of 4.5 to 5.5 is
(A) Highly acidic
(B) Acid-balanced
(C) Highly alkaline
(D) Slightly alkaline
52. Which of the following terms is Another name for a keratoma
(A) Water
(B) Callus
(C) Tumor
(D) Birthmark
53. What is a major function of the Sudoriferous gland
(A) Gives skin texture
(B) Gives skin a healthy colour
(C) Protects the skin's elasticity
(D) Helps to regulate body temperature
54. What tans the skin to help protect it From harmful ultraviolet rays
(A) Sebum
(B) Melanin
(C) The acid mantle
(D) The subcutaneous layer
55. The skin is considered to be an organ Because it
(A) Comprises the largest part of the body
(B) Is made of epithelial tissue and Connective tissue
(C) Has multiple functions ranging from physical protection to homeostasis
(D) None of the above
56. The sensory nerves are present in the
(A) Epidermis
(B) Dermis
(C) Both the dermis and the epidermis
(D) Below the dermal layer
57. Which of the following is not the Function of skin
(A) Calcium production
(B) Protection
(C) Excretion of wastes
(D) Temp regulation
58. Hair and nail are
(A) Cellular and living
(B) Non-cellular and living
(C) Cellular and non-living
(D) Non-cellular and non-living
59. Most body odour is the result of Bacterial metabolism of the secretions Produced by glands
(A) Apocrine sweat
(B) Ceruminous
(C) Merocrine sweat
(D) Sebaceous
60. Which type of membrane is found Around the abdominal organs
(A) Mucous
(B) Serous
(C) Epithelial
(D) Cutaneous
61. The part of the hair from the surface Into the dermis is the
(A) Shaft
(B) Follicle
(C) Root
(D) Dermal papilla
62. These are the most abundant cells In the epidermis
(A) Langerhans cells
(B) Keratinocyte
(C) Melanocytes
(D) Merkel Cells
63. Which of the following is not a Function of the hypodermis
(A) A site for long-term energy storage
(B) Source of blood vessels in the epidermis
(C) Protects underlying organs
(D) Helps maintain body temperature
64. In what area of the body would you Not find any sebaceous glands
(A) The face
(B) In the groin area
(C) On the arms and legs
(D) On the palms of the hands and soles of the feet
65. Which layer is the top, or uppermost, Layer of the epidermis
(A) Dermis
(B) Stratum corneum
(C) Stratum mucosum
(D) Stratum granulosum
66. What quality is not able about the Stratum corneum
(A) It is the thinnest layer of skin
(B) It is the weakest layer of skin
(C) It is the toughest layer of skin
(D) It is the lowermost layer of skin
67. The macrophages found in the Epidermis are the
(A) Squamous cells
(B) Merkel cells
(C) Langerhans cells
(D) Melanocytes
68. Where does mitosis (cell division) or Replacement of the skin take place
(A) Stratum lucidumn
(B) Stratum corneum
(C) Stratum granulosum
(D) Stratum germinative
69. Protective functions of the skin Include all of the following except
(A) Protection
(B) The Joints
(C) Against infections Against harmful chemicals
(D) Against water loss
70. Why do you get goosebumps when You’re cold
(A) Gosling reflex
(B) Pilomotor reflex
(C) Patellar reflex
(D) Gag reflex
71. Which disorder is caused by excessive secretion of the sebaceous glands
(A) Milli
(B) Asteatosis
(C) Seborrhoea
(D) Bromhidrosis
72. Blood vessels bring skin cells
(A) Sweat
(B) Oxygen and nutrients
(C) Carbon dioxide
(D) Food
73. When the body temperature rises above normal
(A) Blood flow to the skin decreases
(B) Melanocyte activity increases
(C) Blood flow to the skin increases
(D) Sweat gland activity decreases
74. Which type of membrane is comprised Of only connective tissue
(A) Mucous
(B) Synovial
(C) Cutaneous
(D) Serous
75. Melanin is found in the
(A) Outer layers of the epidermis
(B) Inner layers of the epidermis
(C) Outer layers of the dermis
(D) Inner layer of the dermis
76. Which of the options is not considered An appendage of the skin
(A) Carotene
(B) Nails
(C) Hair & Hair Follicles
(D) Sweat Glands
77. Where is the layer of skin called the Subcutaneous layer located
(A) Above the cuticle
(B) Below the dermis
(C) Above the epidermis
(D) Below the adipose tissue
78. On the human body, the thickest skin is located on the
(A) Thighs
(B) Buttocks
(C) Abdomen
(D) Palms and soles
79. The deterioration of collagen and Elastin fibres during the Aging process causes
(A) Rosacea
(B) Freckles
(C) Macules
(D) Wrinkles
80. The layer of the epidermis that Contains melanocytes is the
(A) Stratum basale
(B) Stratum lucidum
(C) Stratum spinosum
(D) Stratum corneum
81. Sweat or perspiration is secreted by What gland
(A) Adrenal
(B) Endocrine
(C) Sebaceous
(D) Sudoriferous
82. The layer of the skin that protects against bacteria, as well as Chemical and mechanical injuries, is the
(A) Epidermis
(B) Dermis
(C) Sebum layer
(D) Subcutaneous layer
83. Which of the following cells are Responsible for our skin colour
(A) Melanocytes
(B) Keratinocytes
(C) Markel cells
(D) Langerhans cells
84. The largest organ of the human body is The
(A) Brain
(B) Intestine
(C) Skin
(D) Lung
85. The major loss of heat through the skin is by
(A) Conduction
(B) Convection
(C) Radiation
(D) Evaporation
86. Hair and nails are modifications of Which layer of the skin
(A) Epidermis
(B) Hypodermis
(C) Dermis
(D) Subcutaneous fat layer
87. Sudoriferous and sebaceous glands are referred to as
(A) Pores
(B) Follicles
(C) Duct glands
(D) Ductless glands
88. Is not accessory structures of the Integument
(A) Sweat glands
(B) Sebaceous glands
(C) Fingernails
(D) Pain receptors
89. Sebaceous glands secréte
(A) Oil
(B) Wax
(C) Sweat
(D) Melanin
90. The colour of red hair is due to
(A) Trichosiderin
(B) Melanin
(C) Keratin
(D) Lack of melanin
91. What area of the skin structure is Responsible for the “goose bump” Formation of the skin
(A) Arrector Pili Muscle
(B) Pacinian corpuscle
(C) Meissner's Corpuscle
(D) Sensory Nerve Fiber
92. The greatest source of body heat is Through
(A) The hypothalamus
(B) Prevention of sweating
(C) Constriction of blood vessels
(D) Contraction of skeletal muscle
93. The greatest concentration of Sudoriferous glands is found on the
(A) Arms
(B) Eyelids
(C) Midsection of the body
(D) Palms, soles, scalp and forehead and underarms
94. The papillary canal takes oil (sebum) to The
(A) Nerve
(B) Keratin
(C) Blood vessels
(D) Surface of the skin
95. The subcutaneous layer can also be referred to as the
(A) Dermis
(B) Epidermis
(C) Stratum malpighia
(D) Hypodermis
96. The papillary and reticular layers of The dermis are composed mainly of
(A) Connective tissue
(B) Melanocyte
(C) Adipose Tissue
(D) Keratinocytes
97. Is the largest sense organ in our body
(A) Skin
(B) Ear
(C) Eyes
(D) Tounge
98. The following relate to sebaceous Glands except which one
(A) Produce sebum
(B) Are associated with hair follicles
(C) Provide waterproofing
(D) Use merocrine methods
99. Which protects the skin hairs from Drying
(A) Langerhans cells
(B) Sebaceous glands
(C) Pacinian corpuscles
(D) Lamellar granules
100. The skin is considered an
(A) Organ
(B) Gland
(C) Ducts
(D) Pores

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