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The condition that presents as redness and bumpiness in the cheeks or upper arms is called
Blocked follicles cause _________.
Hypertrophy is _________.
What is true of psoriasis?
What is a verruca?
Small outgrowths or extensions of the skin that look like flaps are called _________.
What does hyperkeratosis refer to?
A brownish spot on the skin that might range in color from tan to bluish black is a _________.
The condition herpes zoster presents with which symptoms?
Someone with impetigo likely has _________.
What would be a symptom of someone who had herpes simplex virus 1?
What statement is true of conjunctivitis?
What statement is true of tinea corporis?
Which condition can be contagious?
Steatomas usually appear on the _________.
Pseudofolliculitis is _________.
Hyperhidrosis is _________.
Anhidrosis is _________.
What is miliaria rubra?
A physician who treats disorders and diseases of the skin is known as a(n) _________.
Lesions in the early stages of development or change are known as _________ lesions.
Vascular lesions are a condition of the _________ system.
Depressions in the skin characterize _________ lesions.
What characterizes primary lesions?
A lesion is _________.
Squamous cell carcinoma is defined as _________.
In order to detect cancerous lesions, it is advisable to visit a physician _________.
Black or dark patches on the skin that are usually uneven in texture, jagged, or raised characterizes
the condition known as _________.
Pink or flesh-colored precancerous lesions that feel sharp or rough and are a result of sun damage are
What is a defining characteristic of grade III acne?
Steatoma is _________.
Sebaceous filaments are often found on the _________.
Cystic acne is grade _________ acne.
Adrenaline helps the body to _________.
Acne is a condition which _________.
What are sebaceous filaments?
What is characteristic of grade I acne?
Grade II acne is characterized by _________.
A small elevation on the skin that contains fluid but may develop into a pustule is a _________.
What characterizes retention hyperkeratosis?
An inflamed papule with a white or yellow center containing pus is known as a _________.
What characterizes the condition known as acne?
What is true of seborrhea?
What is true of sebaceous hyperplasia?
What is true of varicose veins?
What is characteristic of the condition known as rosacea?
What is true of telangiectasia?
Pityriasis versicolor is also known as _________.
The largest external cause of pigmentation disorders is _________.
Which of the following is an example of macules?
Which of the following is an example of macules?
A malformation of the skin from abnormal pigmentation or dilated capillaries is known as
What most closely resembles a freckle?
The fungal condition that inhibits melanin production is called _________.
What is a symptom of vitiligo?
The rare genetic condition that is characterized by the lack of melanin pigment in the body is known
What is true of a tan?
What characterizes tinea versicolor?
Hyperpigmentation is a condition that describes _________.
Leukoderma is a condition that is defined by _________.
Hyperpigmentation triggered by hormonal changes is a condition called _________.
Allergic contact dermatitis is most frequently caused by _________ dye.
The itchy feeling that often accompanies contact dermatitis is caused by _________.
What characterizes eczema?
What characterizes seborrheic dermatitis?
The inflammatory skin condition that is caused by exposure and direct skin contact to allergens is
What is atopic dermatitis?
Dermatitis is best defined as _________.
Estheticians who work with clients with a dermatological condition should _________.
Estheticians can provide clients who have skin disorders help in each of the following ways
All of the following people may diagnose rosacea EXCEPT _________.
Disorders of the skin are _________.
Someone who would be most likely to work in conjunction with an esthetician in treating someone
with hyperpigmentation is _________.
One indication that a mole might be cancerous is that it _________.
What diameter indicates melanoma?
Melanoma’s color is usually _________.
What does the border of a mole that might be cancerous look like?
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects _________ in their childbearing years.
What is a symptom of PCOS that an esthetician can help with?
PCOS does NOT typically include _________ among its symptoms.
PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is NOT _________.
Alcohol consumption might be limited for a client with _________.
Someone with rosacea should _________.
What is true of couperose skin?
An esthetician might be able to help a client to treat symptoms connected with _________.
Sclerotherapy is used to treat _________.
What is the scientific term for a wart?
What is a medical condition that would prevent treatment by an esthetician?
A client’s nails would be brittle if they had _________.
What is the disorder in which a person picks at their skin compulsively?
Clients who are consistently unhappy with their treatment, no matter how successful, might have