Lesson 2 – Chem Peel Quiz
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Question 1 of 10
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In the following video clip, the doctor injects the patients hands with botox. Based on what you have learned in this class so far, the target for hyperhydrosis is the __________________ located in the ______________.CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 10
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Since wrinkles begin in the ______________ they are more difficult to treatCorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 10
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The following video is an advertisement for a new skin treatment. Regardless if the claims are true, the video discusses that when the topical is applied to the skin, __________________ release molecules that cause the ____________ to make proteins. Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Be sure to pause video prior to answering and submitting answers. Note: EALA does not support the claims made in this video.CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 10
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The following histology photo shows both dermal papilla and epidermal pegs. The rolling form of this tissue allows a greater _________________ ___________. SELECT ALL THAT ARE CORRECT.CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 10
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The ____________________ contains more water than the _____________________.CorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 10
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In the following internet post, the author explains how to “git rid of your fingerprints permanently”. According the the author, making four small holes with a needle on the finger tips and then exposing the surface of the finger tips (with the holes) to pectin from cut pineapples for 30 minutes will permanently remove fingerprints. Based on what have learned so far, one reason this claim cannot be true is that the few small holes would not allow the acid to come into contact with the entire ___________________ comprising the fingerprint. SELECT ALL THAT APPLY
Surviving: How to Get Rid of Your Finger Prints Permanently
DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME : The text hereby is for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. DO NOT undertake any project based upon any information obtained from this or any other information. We are not responsible for, nor do we assume any liability for, damages resulting from the use of any information on this manifest. For those who afraid that their Identity will soon become Illusion. Like it or not, you will soon be effectively identified. Big Brother, whatever that means, will have your “NUMBER” – Governments across the globe have been gearing up and introducing numerous technologies to identify, verify and authenticate.
“IDENTITY” is a simple idea that has become a complex problem. It has become complex due to fraud. Fraud, motivated by money, easy credit, and the ease of account takeover. Because identity has yet to be effectively established, anyone can be you or you can be anyone…
Way To Get Rid of Your Finger Prints PERMANENTLY and let you escape sometime in the future…
This notion will teach you how to remove your finger prints PERMANENTLY if you ever need to.
You Will Need:
Pineapple (will explain)
Hands (you get born with them if you’re lucky)
About Half an hour
Ok, First of all in a pineapple there is an acid called pectin, now this acid can burn just enough to get rid of your finger prints permanently with just a little pain.
Cut a few slices of pineapple
On each finger make 3 or 4 small holes with the needle.
Place you newly scared fingers onto your pineapple and hold them there.
Wait 30 minutes (it will sting a bit but it’s worth it)
Remove your hand and voila you now have no finger prints!
This should be permanent.
If you Find after about 6 moths they come back you just need to press harder with the needle.
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d8d_1240568176#tYheDGmIvwv4gb5m.99CorrectIncorrect
Question 7 of 10
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Many cosmetic laser procedures designed for anti-aging therapy target the _______________ located in the ___________________ to stimulate the production of __________________.CorrectIncorrect
Question 8 of 10
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The following article discusses water distribution can influence the thickness of the dermis. The article points out that changes in water distribution is more pronounced at the forehead than on the lower legs. How can this be explained?
Eisenbeiss, C., Welzel, J., Eichler, W. and Klotz, K. (2001), Influence of body water distribution on skin thickness: measurements using high-frequency ultrasound. British Journal of Dermatology, 144: 947–951. doi: 10.1046/j.1365-2133.2001.04180.x
Background Although it is known that the skin acts as a water reservoir and participates in the fluid content of the whole body, no method has been established to quantify the fluid shifts in superficial tissue.
Objectives The aim of this study was to investigate changes in dermal and subcutis thickness and echodensity at the forehead and lower leg by high-frequency (20 MHz) ultrasound under various physiological conditions influencing water balance.
Methods These parameters were measured in the skin of 20 healthy male volunteers at baseline and successively at 30 min after lying down, in a head-down position, after physical activity and after infusion of 10 mL kg−1 body weight of Ringer’s solution.
Results Dermal thickness at the forehead showed a significant increase from baseline to a horizontal position and a further increase in the head-down position. Physical activity did not lead to further changes, whereas after fluid infusion the dermal thickness also increased markedly. The echodensity showed inverse changes, with decreasing values. The thickness of the subcutis increased slightly from baseline to a lying position and decreased in the head-down position and after fluid infusion. At the lower leg, skin thickness decreased slightly in the head-down position with elevated legs, and increased after fluid infusion.
Conclusions Our results show that slight changes in the water distribution of the body influence the thickness and the echodensity of the dermis. Changes are more pronounced at the forehead than on the lower legs. Further, the fluid storage takes place mainly in the dermis and not in the subcutis. High-frequency ultrasound is able to quantify these effects and is a sensitive method for measuring fluid intake and balance during anaesthesia and therapy.CorrectIncorrect
Question 9 of 10
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According to the following video, the ________________ layer of the dermis gives the skin its strength and this is discussed at time point ____________ of the video.CorrectIncorrect
Question 10 of 10
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The following histology slide has a black X inside a square located in the ________________________ ___________________.CorrectIncorrect