Project #63390 - Week 3 homework

There is a worksheet and discussion board. I will post below. 

This worksheet includes definitions that you need to look up, read, understand and provide examples that show you understand. (Read how to do this portion of the worksheet after assignments in the syllabus). Save as a word document with your name attached as a .docx or rtf or pdf and submit via the Assignment link.

 

Describe, define, and state an example from Herlihy for all the questions below

(See the syllabus on how to correctly define these)

 

 

1. What is the epidermis?

·         Which layer of the skin is the epidermis?

·         What is the function of the epidermis in your own words?

·         Give an example of what skin is like?

 

2.  What is the dermis?

·         Which layer of the skin is the dermis?

·         What are all the functions of the dermis (all the structures and their functions) in your own words?

·         Give an example of what this part of the skin is like?

 

3.  What can the skin tell us about illness and injury in your own words?

 

4. There are several elements that give our skin its color, explain each in your own words?

·         Give examples like—how many melanocytes to you probably have based on how well you tan?

 

5. Explain in your own words why our skin hair stands up (goose bumps)?  Tell me the structure and how it does that?

 

6. There are 4 types of heat loss, give the definition of each and a personal example on how you have lost heat by each type.

 

7.  A person has 3rd degree burn on the entire back, back and front of the left leg and left arm. Calculate the burn area using the diagram in your book.

 

8. Explain how we grow taller from being a tiny baby to being an adult in your own words.

·         What and why do we start growing wider and stronger in your own words?  Include the triggers that help the process

 

9. Explain why the bones are carved out (osteoclasts) to release calcium.  Why does the body need to do this?

 

10.  There are 8 types of joints.  Name each one and give an example from watching the movement of your own body.

 

Match the Skin terms

Keratin

 

A. The condition of having blue skin, hypoxemia

Dermis

 

B.  Excessive bilirubin from liver disease will cause this yellow color of skin

Urticaria

 

C.  Most numerous of the sweat glands, forehead, hands, upper lip etc...

Hypothalamus

 

D.  Hair loss

Eccrine

 

E.  The medical term for a fever, literally “hot blood”

Jaundice

 

F.  Removes heat be sweating that cools the skin as it is __________

Pyrexia

 

G.  The loss of heat from a warm body to a cooler object

Evaporation

 

H.  Located under the top layer of skin, dense connective tissue, hair, glands, nerves

Hirsutism

 

I.  Development of hives, usually itchy

Cerumen

 

J.  The area of the brain that runs the adjustment of heat in the body

Alopecia

 

K.  This is “ear wax” that protects the ear canal

Cyanosis

 

L.  A tough protein protects from injury and waterproofs the skin

Conduction

 

M.  The excessive growth of hair

 

 

 

Match the Skeleton terms

Compact bone

 

A.  The microscopic unit of compact bone, look like cylinders/pillars

Kyphosis

 

B.  The bone-destroying cells that return calcium to the blood/recycle

Periosteum

 

C.  To move an arm or leg away from the center of the body

Haversian

 

D.  Longest and strong bone of the body

Bursitis

 

E.  The motion of turning the hand to anatomical position, palm up

Diaphysis

 

F.  The point of the elbow, proximal ulna

Lateral

 

G.  Dense, hard bone tissue, provides the strength to support

Fontanels

 

H.  To move an arm or leg into, toward the midline of the body

Supination

 

I.  Inflammation of a joint bursa, like subacromial __________

Osteoclast

 

J.  The long shaft of the bone

Abduction

 

K.  Also called hunchback, exaggerated thoracic curvature

Medial

 

L.  The surface is closest to the midline, like the ________ malleolus

Olecranon

 

M.  Membranous gap in the skull bones that allow infant’s brain to grow

Femur

 

N.  The surface that is farthest from the midline, like the _____ condyle

Adduction

 

O.  Tough, fibrous, connective tissue that covers the diaphysis

 


 

Pivot

Eschar

Vertebrae

Compact

Extension

Xiphoid

Flexion

Acne

Fibula

Boil

Osteon

Patella

Acetabulum

Melanin

Conduction

Impetigo

Osteoblasts

Spongy

Ischium

Digits

Carpals

Bursa

Ulna

Osteoclasts

Sprain

 

Use the words below to fill in the blanks or finish the sentence.  Use only once! Some will not be used; it is good to know those too!

Word

Fill in the blank or answer statement/question

 

The stack of bones that make up the spine

 

These are either the fingers or the toes

 

The dense hard bone that makes the outer surface of the bones

 

The other leg bone that supports no weight

 

The honey crusted lesions are a dead give-away for this contagious staphylococcus bacterium

 

The distal end of the breast bone

 

The bones that make up our wrist (plural)

 

The depression on the pelvic girdle that receives the head of the femur

 

This part of the pelvis (coxal bone) has a tuberosity we sit on

 

To move a limb to a wider angle, to straighten a joint

 

The second bone of the forearm, medial aspect, distal area is the olecranon

 

These bone cells breakdown calcium to put it back in the circulation

 

This type of joint allows the rotation of the bones like the axis and pronation/supination

 

An injury caused by twisting of the joint, the ligament may tear

 

This is dead burn tissue associated with severe burns

 

The functional unit of compact bone

 

Also called a furuncle, large, localize collection of pus caused by staph

 

Saclike structure that contain fluid or semisolid material in a thick capsule

 

Over-secretion of sebaceous glands common in adolescence

 

The knee cap

 

KEEP GOING…..


 

Label all the indicated bones with correct spelling.

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Research one of the following scientists (or one you find) that made an impact in man’s war against germs (all flavors).  We are looking at scientist this week, the diseases will come up again.  500 words or more and referenced.

Jenner, Smallpox

Salk or Rabin, Polio

Ehrlich, Syphilis

Pasteur, Pasteurization or more

Koch, TB/Anthrax

Fleming, Penicillin

There are many others—pick a germ, like Malaria. Google and see what pops up. 

Post early, Thursday is preferred and engage often.  This board will close on March 29th, midnight.

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