Course Name:  Alternative Therapies A&P Course
Teacher:  Patrick Hamouy
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No. of Questions= 10
Pass mark is - 75 %.

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1 On the diagram below, indicate which part of the skin letter A corresponds to

a) Adipose tissue

b) Germinative layer

c) Dead cells

d) Erectorpili muscle

e) Sweat gland duct

2 On the diagram, indicate which part of the skin letter G corresponds to

a) Sweat glands

b) Nerve

c) Blood vessels

d) Sebaceous gland

e) Erectorpili muscles

3 On the diagram below, indicate which part of the skin letter I corresponds to

a) Nerve

b) Sweat gland

c) Blood vessels

d) Dead cells

e) Sebaceous gland

4 What approximate surface does the skin cover ?

a) 10 sq metres

b) 2.1 sq metres

c) 1.7 sq metres

d) 2.2. sq metres

e) 4.3 sq metres

5 How many layers is the skin composed of ?

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

e) 5

6 How many layers compose the Dermis and the Epidermis?

a) 1

b) 3

c) 5

d) 7

e) 9

7 What are the sweat glands of the body called ?

a) Sebaceous & Sudoriferous

b) Sebaceous & Eccrine

c) Sudoriferous & Eccrine

d) Sudoriferous & Apocrine

e) Eccrine & Apocrine

8 What is an adipose tissue ?

a) A layer of fat and connective tissues

b) A layer of the Epidermis

c) A layer of the Dermis

d) The papillary layer wich lies underneath the Dermis

e) A gland duct

9 What is the function of a Sebaceous gland ?

a) A sweat gland

b) A gland which produces Sebum

c) A gland responsible for the production of hair

d) A blood supply to the skin

10 What is Dermatitis ?

a) A contagious disease that appears mainly on the feet

b) An infection usually found in between the toes

c) Pimples that happen mainly at puberty

d) A general inflammation of the skin

e) An eruption of wheals on the skin

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