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Why is it important for a nurse to know if a patient had been treated with radiation for cystic acne 30 years ago?
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These patients have an increased incidence of basal cell carcinoma
How does a deficiency of vitamin A impact skin condition?
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It causes dryness of the conjunctiva and poor wound healing
Vitamin ____ is essential for maintenance of normal skin cell structure, specifically epithelial cells. It is necessary for wound healing.
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A
Vitamin ______ is essential for complex metabolic functions.
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B complex
How does a deficiency in the B vitamins impact skin condition?
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It can cause dermatologic conditions like erythema, bullae, and seborrhea-like lesions
Vitamin ______ is essential for connective tissue formation and normal wound healing.
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C
Vitamin _____ deficiency can cause symptoms of scurvy including petechiae, bleeding gums and purpura.
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C
Vitamin ______ is essential for synthesizing blood clotting factors.
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K
A deficiency of vitamin ______ can lead to bruising due to abnormal prothrombin synthesis in the liver.
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K
________ is necessary in the diet for adequate cell growth and maintenance. It is also necessary for wound healing.
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Protein
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________ is necessary to maintain the function and integrity of cellular and subcellular membranes in tissue metabolism.
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Unsaturated fatty acids, especially linoleic and arachidonic acid
Development of velvety dark skin of the neck and body folds is called __________, and is related to obesity and Type II diabetes mellitus.
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Acanthosis nigricans
  
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