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What is the Matrix
What Part of the nail contains lymph, blood vessels and nerves that create cells?
A) Matrix
B) Lunula
C) Nail plate
D) Free edge
What is Spoon nails
Systemic or long-term illness or nerves disturbance can cause kolionychia, also known as:
A) furrows
B) Hangnails
C) Spoon nails
D) Ingrown nails
What is ...Grows back distorted
If a nail is lost through disease or infection, what may happen often to the regrown nail?
A) Grows back faster
B) Grows back slower
C) Grows back distorted
D) Grows back healthier
What is Hangnail
What condition can result when the cuticle becomes overly dry and splits?
A) Tinea
B) Matrix
C) Hangnail
D) Leuconychia
What is Round
The most common nail shape worn by men is?
A) Oval
B) Round
C) Square
D) Squoval
What is Onycholysis
A loosening or separation of the nail is referred to as:
A) Paronychia
B) Onycholysis
C) corrugations
D) Onychocryptosis
What is Perionychium
What is the living tissue that overlies the nail plate on the sides of the nail?
A) Lunula
B) Cuticle
C) Nail wall
D) Perionychium
What is Eponychium
Pterygium of the nail can occur at either the hyponychium or at the:
A) Nail wall
B) Nail root
C) Eponychium
D) Perionychium
What is Nail bed
The nail plate rests on which area of the nail?
A) Nail bed
B) Side wall
C) Free edge
D) Nail groove
What is Chamomile
An essential oil that is soothing and healing is?
A) Tea tree
B) Rosemary
C) Chamomile
D) Eucalyptus
What is Onychosis
Any Disease, disorder or condition of the nail is called:
A) Etiology
B) Onychosis
C) Onychology
D) Onychomycosis
What is the Sidewalls
The folds of skin on either side of the nail groove are called the:
A) Nail bed
B) Sidewalls
C) Nail plate
D) Perionychium
What is Onychomycosis
The nail disease referred to as ringworm of the nail is:
A) Tinea pedis
B) Paronychia
C) Tinea manus
D) Onychomycosis
What is Onychauxis
A thickening of the nail plate or an abnormal outgrowth of the nail is called:
A) Onychia
B) Pterygium
C) Onychauxis
D) Tinea Manus
What is Discarded
If an item is porous, it would be:
A) Discarded
B) Precleaned
C) Used multiple times
D) Disinfected
What is Paronychia
Which of the following nail diseases is NOT caused by fungus?
A) Tinea Pedis
B) Paronychia
C) Tinea Manus
D) Onychomycosis
What is the Mantle
What is the pocket-like structure that holds the root and matrix of the nail?
A) Onyx
B) Lunula
C) Mantle
D) Nail groove
What is Onychology
The study of the structure and growth of the nails is called:
A) Onyx
B) Etiology
C) Onychplogy
D) Keratinization
What is French polish
A polish technique that creates a natural-looking effect on nails is called?
A) Striping
B) Marbling
C) French polish
D) No-chip polish
What is Potassium hydroxide
Cuticle remover cream contains which of the following ingredients?
A) Bleach
B) Salicylic acid
C) Formaldehyde
D) Potassium Hydroxide
What is Split nails
Improper filing, injuries, or harsh chemicals could be causes of:
A) Fungus
B) Split Nails
C) Hangnails
D) Bruised nails
What is Onychophagy
Which of the following conditions can be caused by a nervous habit?
A) Onychauxis
B) Onychophagy
C) Onychorrhexis
D) Onychogryposis
What is 1/8" per month
What is the average growth rate of nails in adults?
A) 1/8" per month
B) 1/4" per month
C) 1/3" per month
D) 1/16" per month
What is Paraffin
What treatment soothes and moisturizes the skin?
A) Massage
B) Paraffin
C) Reflexology
D) Aromatherapy
What is 5-10 mins
During a pedicure service, soak the client's feet for:
A) 5-10 mins
B) 10-15 mins
C) 15-20 mins
D) 20-30 mins
What is Acetone
The most widely used solvent in the nail industry is?
A) Acetone
B) Monomer
C) Polymer
D) Catalyst

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