Type
Crossword
Description

amnion / thin membranous bag that surrounds the embryo
placenta / provides an exchange of nutrients
amenorrhea / absence of menstruation
dysmenorrhea / painful menstruation
menorrhagia / heavy menstrual flow
hysterectomy / removal of the uterus through the vagina
lumpectomy / surgical excision of tumor
mastectomy / surgical removal of one or both breasts
abortion / termination of pregnancy
Menopause / menstrual period becomes irregular&stops.
Cervix / central opening into the vagina.
ovarian cyst / a globular sac filled with fluid.
fibroma / Tumor develops in the myometrium.
amniocentesis / removal of a small amount of amniotic fluid
Cervicitis chronic inflammation of the uterine cervix
Mammary Glands / known as the breasts
Nipples / located center of each breast
Vulva / also known as vagina
Areola / darker part of the nipple
clitoris / organ composed of erectile tissue

Medical Terminology Crossword Puzzle Chapter 10

Type
Crossword
Description

pertaining to,amnion amniotic
pertaining to,breast mammary
pertaining to,vulva vulvar
pertaining to,uterus uterine
pertaining to,ovary ovarian
childbirth,after postpartum
surgical repair,stomach abdominoplasty
surgical removal,uterus hysterectomy
pertaining to before,menstruation premenstrual
pregnancy,uterine tube salpingocyesis
study of,woman gynecology
pain,breast mastalgia
person who studies,new, birth(born) neonatologist
cell,white leukocyte
pertaining to,chorion chorionic
abnormal condition,vagina vaginosis
visual examining of,abdomen laparoscopy
destruction,blood hemolytic
pertaining to within,uterus intrauterine
urine,scanty oliguria

Oncology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Abnormal growth of body tissue Tumor
Malignant tumor that occurs in epithelial tissue Carcinoma
Malignant tissue that arises from connective tissues Sarcoma
General term affecting hymphoid tissues Lymphomas
Carcinoma that develops from the cells of the breast Breast cancer
Study of the prevention, causes, and treatment of tumors Oncology
Process of classifying tumors by how far the disease has progressed Staging tumors
Surgical removal of only the cancerous tissue with the surrounding margin of normal tissue Lumpectomy
Surgical removal of the entire breast and nipple Mastectomy
New cancer site that results from the spreading process Metastasis
Process by which cancer spreads from once place to another Metastasize
Removal of small piece of tissue for examination Surgical biopsy

Reproductive System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the two male gonads testes
male sex hormone testosterone
male sex cell sperm
part of urinary and reproductive system urethra
serves as storage for sperm and excretory duct for testis vas deferens
dark area surrounding the nipple areola
narrow bottom of uterus that attaches to vagina cervix
inner layer of uterus endometrium
female sex hormone estrogen
two 5 inch tubes attached to the uterus fallopian tubes
when an ova is penetrated by sperm fertlization
what an embryo turns into fetus
follice stimulating hormone fsh
part farthest from opening of an organ fundus
a mature reproductive cell gamete
development period of a fetus gestation
sex cells gonads
folds of tissue labia
hormone that stimulates ovulation LH
accessory organs of reproductive system breasts
when menstruation begins menarche
when menstruation stops completely menopause
monthly shedding of endometrial lning if ova is not fertilizied menstruation
muscular middle layer of uterus myometrium
female sex cell ova
produces ova and female sex hormones ovary
second stage of menstruation ovulation
serous membrane outer layer perineum
steroid hormone secreted by ovary progesterone
hollow, pear shaped organ uterus
muscular tube that connects cervix with outside vagina
external genitalia vulva
fertilized egg zygote
absence of mestruation amenorrhea
diseases transmitted during intercourse STDs
sterilization process of males vasectomy
disease common in older woman breast cancer
premenstrual syndrome PMS

reproductive system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

mon pubis, vaginal orifce, labia majora, labia minora, and clitoris external female
a mucosal membrane hymen
erectile tissue that enlarges and becomes extremely sensitive when stimulated by the penis clitoris
vagina, uterus, two fallopian tubes, and two ovaries internal female
collective term for external genitalia vulva
the expulsion of an ovum from an ovary ovulation
the union of ovum and sperm fertilization
the male reproductive cell spermatozoon
the fertalized ovum zygote
the zygote proceds down the uterus and attaches itself inside the endometrium implantation
the process that occurs when an ovum is not fertalized the production of progesterone decreases and endometrium degenerates and is shed menstruation
the first menstruation menarche
a surgical procedure performed in which the cervix is streched and the endometrium is scraped D&C
an examination of the interior of the abdomen to detect an ectopic pregnancy, to perform a tubal ligation, to obtain ovarian tissue for a biopsy and detect pelvic abnormalities laparoscopy
a radiographic examination that visualizes the uterus and fallopian tubes hysterosalpingogram
a primary function of the female breast is to produce milk lactation
causes the devlopment in the mammary system estrogen
a manual palpation of the breast performed by a physician is performed during a clients gynecologic exam before a mammogram clinical breast exam
an important way for women to discover early breast changes breast self exam
a radiographic technique considered the gold standard for detecting cysts or tumors mammography
penis and scrotum external male
testes, seminiferous tubules, epididymis, ductus deferens and spermatic cord internal male
a state in which the penis becomes elongated and rigid facilitating its insertion into the vagina erection
the movement of sperm and their mixture to the urethra emission
the discharge of semen ejaculation
shinning a light through the scotum, provides clues about density of scortal tissue transillumination
performed to assess the prostate for size as well as evidence of tumor digital rectal exam

Chapter 33 Spelling Quiz Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

vulva
vaginitis
vagina
uterus
uterine fibroids
uterine cancer
urethra
testes
spermatozoa
scrotum
prostate gland
prostate cancer
premenstrual syndrome
penis
ovulation
ovaries
ovarian cysts
ovarian cancer
hysterectomy
fibrocystic breast disease
fallopian tubes
erectile dysfunction
epididymitis
endometriosis
circumcision
cervical cancer
breast cancer

Breast Cancer Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Most common risk factor Gender
Non cancerous Benign
Female hormone Estrogen
Healthy activity Excercise
1/8 women are diagnosed Statistic
One who cares for cancer patients Oncologist
A mass of benign or malignant cells Tumor
Removal of breast tissue Mastectomy
Term describing cancerous cells Malignant
Raising chances of developing breast cancer Risk factor
Cancer spreading to surrounding tissue Metastasize
XRay of breast tissue Mammogram
Personal care products Environmental exposure
BRCA1 & BRCA2 Genetic mutation
Surgical removal of breast tumor Lumpectomy
Breast implants Reconstruction

BREAST CANCER Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Another word for cancer Malignant
removal of tissue to check for cancer biopsy
surgery to remove only the tumor and smallest amount of surrounding tissue lumpectomy
What is the study and treatment of cancer oncology
Treatments provided after breast surgery to eliminate cancer cells adjuvant
not cancer benign
breast xray mammogram
A type of tumor found in connective tissue sarcoma
The greater a women’s exposure to this hormone, the more susceptible she is to breast cancer estrogen
inherited mutations of these genes are known to increase the risk of breast cancer BRCA
A ____________ is a surgery in which the breast is completly removed masectomy
swelling that usually occurs as a side effect when axillary lymph nodes are removed Lymphedema
what do you caLL an abnormal growth or mass of tissue? tumor
what is x-ray energy that kills cancer cells radiation
medicines used to stop or slow the growth of cancer cells chemotherapy
the malignant growth of cells synonymous with cancer carcinoma
in what condition do systems of a disease get reduced or no longer detectable Remission
for the best possible outcome you want a good ______ from your oncologist prognosis
the science of studying the nature of a disease pathology

Human Anatomy and More Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A fluid containing sperm Semen
Sperm are produced by the Testes
Eggs are formed by the Ovaries
A hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus
Females secrete milk through the Nipple
The birth canal is more commonly known as the Vagina
The part of the penis that is furthest from the rest of the body Glans
The penis is attached to the rest of the body by the Root
The layer of the uterine wall that is shed during menstruation endometrium
The external genitalia of the female are collectively called Vulva
The structure between the uterus and the vagina is the Cervix
A sac of skin that hangs from the body at the front of the pelvis, between the legs Scrotum
A walnut-sized gland located between the bladder and the penis that secretes fluid that nourishes and protects sperm Prostate
The tissue overlying the chest (pectoral) muscles Breasts
External sex organs Genitalia
Waste matter discharged from the bowels after food has been digested Feces
An opening at the opposite end of an animal's digestive tract from the mouth Anus
The male genital organ carrying the duct for the transfer of sperm during copulation, also for the elimination of urine Penis
The duct by which urine is conveyed out of the body from the bladder, and which in male vertebrates also conveys semen Urethra
Animals coming together to breed Mating
Stimulate one's own genitals for sexual pleasure Masturbation
Urinating on another person for sexual pleasure Golden Shower
Paraphilia involving sexual arousal and pleasure from feces Coprophilia

Reproductive System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

absence or suppression of normal menstrual flow Amenorrhea
small circular area such as that around the human nipple areola
either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman breast
the opening to the uterus cervix
organ of sensitive erectile tissue anterior to the opening of the female urethra clitoris
the egg is surrounded by these follicle cells called corona radiata
a duct that carries spermatozoa from the epididymis to the ejaculatory ducdysmenorrhea ductus deferens
A pregnancy outside of the womb, usually in a fallopian tube ectopic pregnancy
(pregnancy) the mucous membrane that lines the uterus endometrium
surgical incision of the perineum to enlarge the vagina and so facilitate delivery during childbirth episiotomy
a general term for female steroid sex hormones that are secreted by the ovary and responsible for typical female sexual characteristics estrogen
one of two fluid-filled tubes in human females through which an egg passes after its release from an ovary fallopian tube
process in sexual reproduction in which male and female reproductive cells join to form a new cell fertilization
benign muscle tumors in the uterus fibroid tumors
Mucous membrane partially or completely covering the opening to the vagina hymen
two thin folds of skin within the folds of the labia majora labia minora
the folda of skin that lie on either side of the vaginal opening labia majora
inflammation of the testicles orchitis
area between the rectum and vagina perineum
one of the many tubules in the testis where sperm are produced they are also twisted seminiferous tubule
incapable of reproducing sterile
external genitalia of the female vulva
inability to sustain an erection impotence
incapable or reproduction infertility
X-ray film of the soft tissue of the breast mammogram

Male and Female Reproduction System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

produce male sex cells testes
small glands in pelvic cavity that hold female sex cells ovaries
sac that holds testes scrotum
two tubes attached to uterus to move ovum fallopian tubes
stores sperm as they mature epididymis
acts as passsgeway for sperm and fluid vas deferens
hollow organ of menstruation and development of fetus uterus
tube through penis that carries urine and semen urethra
tube that connects to cervix that serves as a passageway for sperm and menstruation flow vagina
narrow bottom section of uterus cervix
provides fluid to provide sperm with nourishment seminal vesicles