Take up the pathology quiz and review your knowledge of the Integumentary System. This quiz consists of fill-in-the-blank-type questions, and you have to write your answers without making any spelling mistakes. The integumentary system is our body's outer layer that consists of skin, nails, hair, and gland. Based on your scores, we will check how well you know about this system. Go ahead, then.
Questions and Answers
Herpes that is usually secondary from oral herpes. [Blank]
A severe, permanent distortion and thickening of the skin, usually on the nose.[Blank]
While acne does not usually come with systemic infection, an exception is a rare form called [Blank]
Local reaction on the skin to an irritating or allergenic trigger. [Blank]
Skin disorder that involves growths with a characteristic "pasted on" warty appearance. [Blank]
Most common type of skin cancer. [Blank]
Type of burn that involves damage into the epidermis. [Blank]
Bedsores are also called [Blank]
This type of scar can be a complication of a piercing or deep injury. [Blank]
If a strep infection is left untreated, it can lead to [Blank]
Another name for a boil. [Blank]
[Blank] is a strep infection of the deep layers of the skin.
While they are easily mistaken for calluses, [Blank] are harder and have a more yellow-y color.
A sty is a version of [Blank] that affects the hair on an eyelash.
Blisters on a red base are a key sign for all [Blank] (in general).
The integumentary system is mainly composed of the skin and its appendages, which aid in protecting the body from various kinds of damage. Tiny glands in the skin secrete oils that enhance the barrier function of the skin. Take...
Questions: 20 | Attempts: 6532 | Last updated: Mar 20, 2022