１．Granulation tissue is formed in __________.
２． Frequency of skin assessment. _________
３．Type 1 Collagen is more resilient in _________ phase, and it provides __________.
４．Low zinc level affects _____________.
５．”Wart” or “mole” are ____________ (what type of ski lesion?)
２．at least daily
３．remodeling (phase) / (provides) tensile strength
６．”Wart” is also called ___________ (other word).
７．Freckle, flat mole, petechia, scarlet fever, measles are all ___________. (what type of skin lesions?)
８．Other word for flat mole _____________.
９．Mongolian spot or café au lait spot are __________. (what type of skin lesions?)
１０．Psoriasis is __________. (what type of skin lesion?)
９．patch (irregular shaped macule)
１０．plaque (elevated, firm, lough lesion with flat top surface)
11．Insect bite, urticaria, and all allergic reactions are __________ (what type of skin lesion?)
12．What is the difference between “keloid” and “hypertrophic scar”? — Cause and morphology
13．Cell function of “fibroblast”
14．Cell function of “mast cell”
15．Cell function of “macrophage”
12．Cause: K: excessive collagen formation. Progressive vs H: over production of collagen
Morphology: K: Grows beyond boundaries vs H: not outside the boundaries of the wound
13．Fibroblast: make connective tissue and cellular matrix, produce collagen, elastin, fibronectin
14．Mast cell: granulated immune cells
15．Macrophages: remove extra cellular debris and engulf pathogens.
16．Primary function of neutrophils
17．(s/s) linear, hollowed-out, crusted lesion with the loss of epidermis. -> what (secondary) skin lesion type is this? _____________
18．Collagen fibers are visible in the wound bed by ___th day of wound healing process (partial-thickness wound).
19．2 important regulatory factors of partial-thickness wound
20．2 important growth factors in epithelial proliferation
16．phagocytosis of bacteria and foreign debris
18．by 9th day
19．MMPs (matrix metalloproteinase) and growth factors
20．PDGF (platelet derived growth factor) and EGF (epidermal growth factor)