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Membranes   Skin + Glands    Cancer   Burns     Random



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                                               Final Jeopardy
     $100 Question from Membranes



Scientific name for the entire membrane that surrounds the exterior.
$100 Answer From Membranes



         Cutaneous
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  $200 Question from Membranes



Membranes that line all cavities open to exterior.
$200 Answer from Membranes



           Mucous
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$300 Question from Membranes



  Connective tissue membranes that line joints
$300 Answer From Membranes



           Synovial
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$400 Question From Membranes


  Describe the two layers of serosa membranes.
$400 Answer From Membranes


        Visceral: lines organ
        Parietal: lines the cavity

            Jeopardy
$500 Question From Membranes



 Name the membrane around thorax, abdomen, and
 heart.
$500 Answer From Membranes


        Thorax: Pleura
        Abdomen: Peritoneum
        Heart: Pericardium

             Jeopardy
$100 Question From Skin and
          Glands


   List three functions of skin and nails/hair.
$100 Answer From Skin and
         Glands
 Protection
 Insulation
 Prevent water loss
 Manufacture proteins
 Cutaneous sensory receptors

              Jeopardy
$200 Question From Skin and
           Glands


Protein that replaces the cytoplasm of the epidermis.
$200 Answer From Skin and
         Glands

         Keratin

         Jeopardy
     $300 Question From Skin and
               Glands


Layer of skin that contains the nerves, glands, and blood vessels.
$300 Answer From Skin and
         Glands


          Dermis

          Jeopardy
$400 Question From Skin and
          Glands


 Fat layer underneath the skin.
$400 Answer From Skin and
         Glands

    Subcutaneous or hypodermis

            Jeopardy
$500 Question From Skin and
          Glands


   Glands that become active during
   adolescence. BE SPECIFIC!
$500 Answer From Skin and
         Glands

     Apocrine Sudoriferous (Sweat)

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$100 Question From Cancer


    Cancer of the melanocytes.
$100 Answer From Cancer



        Melanoma

        Jeopardy
$200 Question From Cancer


Gene that when mutated often results in cancer.
$200 Answer From Cancer



       Oncogene
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$300 Question From Cancer


 Term for programmed cell death.
$300 Answer From Cancer




       Apoptosis

       Jeopardy
$400 Question From Cancer


      Least malignant type of skin cancer.
$400 Answer From Cancer


       Squamos cell
       carcinoma

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$500 Question From Cancer

 Explain in detail how the cell cycle relates to cancer.
           $500 Answer From Cancer


The cell cycle is no longer regulated causing increased cell division
and a lack of apoptosis leading to tumor formation.




                              Jeopardy
$100 Question From Burns



 Least sever type of burn
$100 Answer From Burns



        First degree
        burn
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   $200 Question From Burns



Explain why a third degree burn may in fact not be painful.
            $200 Answer From Burns



The nerve endings are damaged because the entire dermis is
damaged.                 Jeopardy
         $300 Question from Burns



Explain why a skin graft is necessary for a third degree burn.
          $300 Answer From Burns


The entire thickness of the skin is damaged including the
stem cells which would regenerate new skin normally.

                      Jeopardy
$400 Question From Burns



Explain why blood pressure decreases and
heart rate increases after a burn. WHAT
TYPE OF FEEDBACK IS THIS?
         $400 Answer From Burns
Blood pressure decreases because blood volume has
decreased. Heart rate increases to attempt to compensate
for this increasing blood loss thus making it positive
feedback.


                         Jeopardy
          $500 Question From Burns



Explain the leading cause of death in burn victims.
     $500 Answer From Burns

The leading cause of death is later infection as a result of
the loss of skin protecting the interior from bacteria.


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      $100 Question From Random



Bluish skin is an indication of this.
$100 Answer From Random


        Cyanosis
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$200 Question From Random

   Any inflammation of the skin.
$200 Answer From Random



       Dermatitis

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$300 Question From Random



     Reddened lesions of unknown
     origin.
$300 Answer From Random



       Psoriasis

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  $400 Question From Random


Bacterial infection of hair follicles.
$400 Answer From Random


        Boils


        Jeopardy
$500 Question From Random



Layer of skin that provides blood to the hair follicle.
$500 Answer From Random



         Dermis


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Final Jeopardy
 Category: Cancer


    Jeopardy
    Final Jeopardy Question
Answer the following about melanoma:
        A. Explain the difference in appearance between melanoma
        and a “normal” mole. Use the ABCD rule.
        B. Explain the difference between benign and malignant cancer.
        C. Explain the difference between radiation and chemotherapy.
        D. Explain why chemotherapy leads to a nausea and hair loss.
        E. Explain how you can reduce your risk of developing
        melanoma.
                           Jeopardy
                Final Jeopardy Answer
A: A- assymetrical
    B- uneven border
    C- more than one color
    D- larger than 6 mm in diameter
B. Benign stops growing because it is enclosed in a fibrous capsule and malignant
   continues to grow often leading to metastasis
C. Radiation is localized and Chemotherapy is systemic
D. Chemotherapy is systemic and kills all fast growing cells because they have a
    higher metabolism taking in more of the toxic chemicals.
E. DO NOT GO TANNING or lay out in the sun for extended period s of time.
    WEAR SUNSCREEN!!!!

				
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