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Методом осмотра выявляют следующие признаки кожи//
+цвет//
-тургор//
-влажность//
-температуру//
-кожный зуд //
Методом пальпации выявляют следующие признаки//
+влажность//
-цвет//
-наличие сыпи//
-наличие кожного зуда//
-наличие депигментированных участков ***
Исследование кожи проводится методом//
+пальпации//
-аускультации//
-перкуссии//
-динамометрии//
-артроскопии
Бледная окраска кожи объясняется//
-увеличением в крови содержания эритроцитов//
-повышением количества восстановленного НЬ//
+снижением содержания НЬ в крови//
-недостаточностью насыщения артериальной крови кислородом//
-повышением в крови содержания билирубина
Синюшний оттенок кожи и слизистых оболочек обусловлен//
-снижением содержания НЬ в крови//
-периферическим спазмом сосудов//
+повышением содержания восстановленного НЬ//
-нарушением обмена железосодержащих пигментов
Гиперемия кожи обусловлена следующими причинами//
+повышением температуры тела//
-повышением восстановленного НЬ//
-снижением насыщения артериальной крови кислородом//
-расширением сосудов склер//
-нарушением свертываемости крови ***
Бледно-кофейный оттенок кожи приобретает при//
-уремии//
-желтухе//
+инфекционном эндокардите//
-надпочечниковой недостаточности//
-гемохроматозе
Желтушная окраска кожи обусловлено//
-метгемоглобинемией//
+гипербилирубинемией//
-гипоксимией//
-гиперкапнией//
-сульфгемоглобинемией
Воспалительное пятно размером до 1 см - это//
+розеола//
-эритема//
-петехия//
-пурпура//
-везикула
Элемент на коже или слизистой оболочке в виде участка с измененной окраской//
+макула//
-эритема//
-петехия//
-пузырь//
-пустула
Крупнопятнистая ограниченная гиперемия кожи размером больше 1 см - это//
+эритема//
-петехия//
-пузырь//
-пустула//
-папула
Петехиальное кровоизлияние - это//
-элемент сыпи в виде пузырька//
-множественные…...

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