Asked by Anyce Tripp on Jul 11, 2024



The practitioner inspects the patient's skin under an ultraviolet lamp in a darkened room during a(n) ________ examination.

Ultraviolet Lamp

A lamp designed to emit ultraviolet (UV) light, used in various applications, including disinfection, curing of materials, and skin treatment.


The body's largest organ, which acts as a barrier protecting the body from external elements, helps regulate temperature, and provides sensory information.


A professional engaged in the practice of a specific field or occupation, particularly in fields such as medicine, law, and education.

  • Apprehend the spectrum of diagnostic measures and their functions in clinical applications.
  • Acknowledge the role of endoscopy and similar visual inspection approaches in the diagnosis of internal body conditions.

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Zybrea Knight

about 21 hours ago

Final Answer :
Wood's light