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Description

angiography
barium enema
barium swallow
bones
dysphagia
energy
exposure
fracture
intravenous urgram
joint
radiation
radiographer
scoliosis
tumours
xray

X-ray imaging Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

radiographer
electrons
ultrasound
radiation
endoscopy
tomography
lungs
bones
exposure
xray
medicine
ionising
cat scan
barium salts
organ
tissue
attenuatuion
absorbtion
cathode

Medical Imaging Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Abdomen
Anode
Arthrogram
Barium
Bones
Cathode
Chest
Clavicle
CT Scan
Dexa
Digital
Exposure
Extremities
Femur
Fluoroscopy
Fracture
Fuchs
Gadolinium
Imaging
Isovue
Knee
Lead
Magnet
Mammography
MRI
Myelogram
Nuclear Medicine
Pelvis
Portable
Radiation
Radiograph
Radiologist
Radiopaque
Radius
Ribs
Roentgen
Shoulder
Skeleton
Skull
Spine
Technologist
Trauma
Ultrasound
Xray

Radiation Therapy CrossWord

Type
Crossword
Description

Additional cancer treatment given after the primary treatment to lower the risk that the cancer will come back Adjuvant Therapy
A form of radiotherapy where a sealed radiation source is placed inside or next to the area requiring treatment Brachytherapy
The development of secondary malignant growth, at a distance from a primary site of cancer Metastases
Fixation of a body part, in order to limit movement Immobilisation
A term relating to the amount of ionizing radiation that is incident upon living or inanimate material Exposure
A point in space through which the central rays of the radiation beams pass Isocenter
Device most commonly used for external beam radiation treatments Linear Accelerator
Treatment intent that is designed to relieve symptoms, and improve your quality of life, but not cure disease Palliative
A term used to describe a tumour that does not respond well to radiation therapy Radioresistant
A type of radiation therapy in which patients undergo one or just a few treatments Hypofractionated
A tumour that is not cancerous Benign
A Tumour that is cancerous Malignant
A material of density nearly equivalent to tissue placed within the treatment beam to compensate for unevenness of body contour or to enhance the buildup of dose on skin surface Bolus
A tapered block of attenuating material, designed to produce a differential distribution of radiation exposures over the area of a radiation beam Wedge Filter
Treatment with an x-ray machine of relatively low energy Superficial
A method for delivering high-energy x-ray or electron beams to a patient’s tumour, generated by a linear accelerator External Beam
The measure of an area irradiated by a given beam Field Size
Treatment by x-ray beams, not in the supervoltage range Conventional
External beam therapy in which the source of radiation is moved around the patient during treatment Arc Therapy
An additional dose of radiation that is given after an initial course of radiation to enhance tumour control Boost
Cancer that starts in the glandular tissue, such as in the ducts or lobules of the breast Adenocarcinoma
A type of treatment that uses stereotactic radio surgical devices that non-invasively treats malignant and benign brain tumours, vascular malformations and trigeminal neuralgia in a single patient visit Gamma Knife
A frameless robotic radio surgery system used for treating benign and malignant tumours Cyberknife
Side effect known as an inflammation of the oesophagus Oesophagitis
A symptom of disease; difficulty or discomfort in swallowing Dysphagia
superficial reddening of the skin, usually in patches, as a result of irritation Erythema
a device made up of individual leaves that can move independently in and out of the path of a particle beam in order to block it Multi-leaf Collimator
A form of radiation that can be used at low levels to produce an image of the body on film or at high levels to destroy cancer cells. X-rays
The process of finding out whether cancer has spread and if so, how far Staging
Hair loss; A side effect from chemotherapy or from radiation therapy to the head Alopecia
A type of treatment in which the total dose of radiation is divided into small doses and treatments are given more than once a day Hyperfractionated

X-Ray imaging Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

BARIUM MEAL
RADIATION
PHOTOGRAPHIC PLATE
NON INVASIVE
RADIOGRAPH
TOMOGRAPHY
LUNGS
AIR
BLOOD
SOFT TISSUE
BONE
LEADPLATE
CTSCAN
CATSCAN
IONIZING
XRAY

Rad Tech Week 2017 Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

barium
chest xray
bone density
echocardiogram
nuclear medicine
radiation
ultrasound
fluoroscopy
roentgen
technologist
fracture
radiograph
computed tomography
radiopaque
patient care
magnetic resonance
imaging
positron emission tomography
radiolucent
mammography
cathode ray tube
bone
radiologist
bucky
scan

Radiology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The energy or penetrating ability of the x-ray beam. Quality
The number of x-ray photons in the beam. Quantity
The product of the quantity and quality per unit of area per unit of time of exposure. Intensity
Regulates the temperature of the cathode filament. Milliamperage
The interval of time during which x-rays are produced. Exposure time
The overall darkness or blackness of an image. Density
How sharply dark and light areas differentiated or separated on an image. Contrast
Radiographic image that appears larger than the actual size of the object it represents. Magnification
A radiographic image that varies in the true size and shape of the object being radiographed. Distortion
The capability of the receptor to reproduce the distinct outlines of an object. Sharpness
Peak voltage applied to the x-ray tube that determines the highest energy of x-ray photon. kVp

Radiology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Contains x-ray tube tubehead
image is projected onto this imagereceptor
where electrons are converted into photons anode
holds film in the mouth receptorholder
concept that everyone should be exposed to minimal radiation ALARA
particles with a negative charge electron
particles with a positive charge proton
protects chest and lap leadapron
goes aroud neck, protects thyroid glad thyroidcollar
consists of exposure button, on/off, controls controlpanel
suspends x-ray tubehead extensionarm
consists of tungsten filament and focusing cup cathode
controls number of electrons produced in x-ray tube milliamperage
how the light and dark areas differ contrast
the darkness or blackness of an image density
controls the energy and wavelength kilovoltage

X-ray Interactions Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

X-rays that interact with the whole atom Low energy
X-rays that interact with electrons Moderate energy
X-rays that interact with the Nuclei High energy
Straight out of... Compton
X-rays scattered back in the direction of the incident x-ray beam Backscatter
Produce the dark areas of a radiograph Radiolucent
Anatomical structures with high x-ray absorption characteristics Radiopaque
Differential absorption ___________ as the kVp is reduced increases
The product of absorption and scattering Attenuation
X-ray interactions with energy below approximately 10 keV Coherent
Quantity of matter per unit volume Mass density
Contrast used during UGI Barium
The ejection of a nuclear fragment is part of which interaction Photodisintegration
Which tissue x-ray interaction results in the production of annihilation radiation Pair production
_________ has an anatomic number of 13.8 Bone
Probability of a Compton even is ___________ proportional to the x-ray beam inversely
First name Bob, last name Grossman

RADIOLOGY TECH WEEK Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

BARIUM
BONE
CHEST
COMMINUTED
COMPOUND
CT SCAN
DEXA
DIGITAL
FRACTURE
FUCHS
GREENSTICK
IMAGING
MRI
NUCLEAR MACHINE
PATIENT CARE
RADIATION
RADIOGRAPH
RADIOLOGIST
RADIOPAQUE
ROENTGEN
SPIRAL
TECHNOLOGIST
ULTRASOUND
XRAY

Radiation Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is used to provide a measurement of radiation exposure? Film Badge
The primary risk from occupational radiation exposure is the increased risk of? Cancer
X-rays were discovered in 1895 by? Roentgen
One result of radiation interacting with a cell wall or DNA? Dies
As low as reasonably____________? Achievable
The 3 most common ways to control radiation exposure are time, __________, and shielding? distance
The absorbed dose is most often measured in ? grays
Name one of the 3 sources of x-ray exposure?(2 words) Medical radiation
The target of the x-ray tube is often made from? Tungsten
The dislodging of one or more electrons from an atom is called? Ionization
Increasing your distance from the source of radiation ___________ amount of the radiation received ? reduces