Type
Crossword
Description

Glaucoma is the leading cause of ________ blindness
Open-angle glaucoma is a ______condition chronic
_____can halt further loss of vision Surgery
Blindness ranks as the third major _____ for people fear
Glaucoma is caused by elevated _____ within the eye pressure
Vision loss cannot be ______ regained
Babies can be born with ____ Glaucoma
Vision loss begins with ____and side vision peripheral
_____is the leading cause of blindness among Afrian Americans Cataracts
There are virtually no ____ with glaucoma symptoms
There is no ____ for glaucoma cure
___ is the first step to preserving vision diagnosis

EYE WORD SEARCH

Type
Word Search
Description

Acute
Anatomy
Angle
Aqueous Humor
Bleb
Blindess
blurry
Bubble
Canal
Central
Chronic
Congential
Conjuctiva
Cornea
Diagnosis
Dilate
Drainage
Glaucoma
Gonicoscopy
History
intraocular
iris
laser
lens
ophthalmolscopy
optic
perimetry
pressure
pupil
retina
sclera
Surgery
Suspect
Tonometry
Vision

Eye and Visual Disorders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A disorder that causes the lens to lose its transparency cataracts
A disorder characterized by increased introcular pressue Glaucoma
A drug given for glaucoma can cause this systemic effect bradycardia
A typical symptom of retinal detachment Painless
Separation of the retina retinal detachment
This is caused by atrophy as a person ages macular degeneration
excessive use of these could cause glaucoma corticosteroids
Clients need to be taught the importance of this in treating glaucoma drug therapy
A client should be taught to avoid this following cataract removal coughing
Presbyopia and myopia are examples of what? refractive errors
The eye lens becomes what in a person with a cataract opaque
Loss of this is a symptom of glaucoma Peripheral vision
Treatment of a chemical burn to the eye would be immediate -- lavage
an contagious inflammation in the eye conjunctivitis
Nurses should be aware of these issues if a client has several visual disorders safety
A serious complication of glaucoma blindness
Blind clients are at risk for this Sensory deprivation

Eye Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Disease; lens becomes progressively opaque cataract
In retina; helps us see color & detail Cones
Vision problem caused by error in shape of cornea. astigmatism
When diabetes can cause damage to structures in the eye Diabetic Retinopathy
Clear window that refracts light Cornea
Focuses light onto retina Lens
Diagnosis diseases and performs eye surgery Opthalmologist
Technicians that design, verify and fit eyeglass lenses Optician
Condition of increased pressure in eyeball Glaucoma
Detects light and contains cones and rods Retina
Controls how much light enters; changes size of the pupil Iris
Damage to the part of the retina that perceives light Macular Degeneration
Doctor that examines eyes and prescribes glasses. Optometrist
Helps us see in poor lighting & gives us "night vision" Rods
Tissue that provides oxygen to retina Choroid
The white part of the eye Sclera
Specialize in disorders of eye movements. Orthopist
Allows light to enter by dilating and contracting pupil

Chapter 6 driver's ed Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Driving with the intent to harm someone Road rage
All the areas that you can see around you while looking straight ahead Field of vision
Driving without regard for other's safety Aggressive driving
Disabilitys that can't be cured Permanent Disability
Not being able to distinguish colors Color blindness
Surrounding your central vision Peripheral vision
A narrow field of vision of 140 degrees or less Tunnel vision
The part of your peripheral vision closest to your central vision Fringe vision
The ability to judge distance between yourself and other objects Depth perception
The straight ahead part of your field of vision Central vision

Nervous System Disorders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Myelin sheaths around fibers are gradually destroyed and turned into a hardened sheath called sclerosis Multiple Sclerosis
problem with basal nuclei leading to difficulty walking and problems with other voluntary movements with starting and stopping (overstimulate) Huntingtons Disease
clumsy, disorganized movement due to damage to the cerebellum Ataxia
inflammation of meninges Meningitis
bacteria or viruses spreading into the nervous tissue and cause brain inflammation Encephalitis
"water on the brain" hydrocephalus
degenerative brain disease resulting in dementia and death alzheimers disease
degeneration to dopamine-releasing neurons, causes overactive basal nuclei (inhibition) Parkinsons Disease
nerve pulses do not reach intended muscles, no voluntary movement is possible and atrophy occurs Flaccid Paralysis
muscles stay healthy and stimulated but movement is involuntary or uncontrollable Spastic Paralysis
saused by brain damage at birth, neuromuscular disability where voluntary muscles are poorly controlled cerebral palsy
cerebrum does not develop so child cannot hear, see, or process sensory inputs Anencephaly
results from incomplete vertebrae formation- has several varieties Spina Bifida
inflammation of the conjunctiva conjunctivis
infection of the eye caused by bacteria or viruses that are highly contagious pink eye
usually caused by a prolonged lack of vitamin A Night Blindness
lack of all three cone types in eye results in total ______ color blindness
causes hazy and distorted visions or total blindness with aging cataracts
"vision going gray" glaucoma
olfactory disorders (taste and smell) Anosimias

Eye Health and Safety Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Allergen
Astigmatism
Bifocal
Cataracts
Chemical Burn
Clip-On Glasses
Color Blindness
Computer Vision Syndrome
Conjunctivitis
Cornea
Double Vision
Dry Eyes
Eye Safety
Eye Strain
Eye Wash Station
Eyeglasses
Face Shield
Farsightedness
Floaters
Glaucoma
Goggles
Iris
Lens
Low Vision
Multifocal
Nearsightedness
Ocular Hypertension
Ophthalmologist
Optic Nerve
Peripheral Vision
Polarized Lenses
PPE
Progressive Lenses
Protective Eyewear
Retinal Detachment
Sunglasses

Special Sense Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the middle layer of the three tunics? choroid
What is the avascular structure on the anterior part of the eye? cornea
What structure in the ear helps with balance? semicircular canals
What structure is part of the outer and middle ear? auditory canal
The receptors for _______ equilibrium are found in the crista ampullaris dynamic
which week of development in an embryo does the vision start? fourth
the cochlear ducts floor is made up of ______ basilar membrane
continued stimulation in the eat can lead to _______ adaptation
the bony labyrinth is filled with _____ perilymph
what structure in the eye allows for transmission of light vitreous humor
the word for normal vision is ______ emmetrophia
cones allow for the eye to see _____ color
condition of incresing pressure inside the eye, resulting from blocked drainage of the aqueous humor glaucoma
farsightedness, inability to focus on close objects? hyperopia
ear pain? otalgia
"blind spot" optic disk
the lacrimal gland secretes? lysosomes

The Eye and Ear Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Has a S- Shape External auditory canal
Eye opening Pupil
Middle ear to the nasopharynx Eustachian tube
Function of semicircular canals equilibrium
Music that is too loud may cause this type of hearing loss Sensorineural
Instrument that measures hearing audiometer
another name for eardrum Tympanic membrane
Transparent covering of the iris cornea
color-blind test Ishihara
Dr that can perform eye surgery ophthalmologist
controls the shape of the lens ciliary body
Gives the eye its shape viteous humor
soundwave collector tympanometer
condition of decreased lens elasticity that comes with age presbyopia
is a refractive error that causes distorted and blurred vision astigmatism
earwax cerumen
involves washing the body part with a flowing solution irrigation
the dropping of a solution into a body cavity instillation

Visual Impairment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

retina
eye
blindness
astigmatism
diabetic retinopathy
presbyopia
myopia
cataract
glaucoma
visual impairment

Vision Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This eye disease has three zones and five stages. ROP
This zone of ROP affects the peripheral vision. ZONETHREE
Amblyopia causes this eye disease. STRABISMUS
During this syndrome rapid hearing loss and RP occur between age 10 and 20. USHERSTHREE
This zone of ROP affects the central vision. ZONEONE
This part of the eye is responsible for peripheral and night vision. RODS
Cancer of the eye. RETINOBLASTOMA
This is a genetic and progressive eye disease that causes the retina to deteriorate. RETINITISPIGMENTOSA
During stage four of ROP ______ __________ has begun to occur. RETINALDETACHMENT
The doctor that is responsible for prescribing optical devices. OPTOMETRIST
This condition is caused from the underdevelopment of the optic nerve. OPTICNERVEHYPERPLASIA
A negative prescription indicates that the person has _____ vision. MYOPIC
This progressive eye disease affects the central vision first, then peripheral. MACULARDEGENERATION
This is a common way to remove cataracts. LASERSURGERY
A tendency for the eye to turn up. HYPERPHORIC
Farsightedness is known as _______. HYPEROPIA
This eye disease is known as a plumbing problem. GLAUCOMA
Color preference and a need for visual movement are characteristic of this eye disease. CVI
This part of the eye provides most of the eyes refractive power. CORNEA
The leading cause of blindness in the world. CONJUNCTIVITIS
This eye disease affects clarity, contrast, and night vision. CONERODDYSTROPHY
This is a gap or cleft in part of the eye. COLOBOMA
People with this syndrome have coloboma(s) in their eyes and ear abnormalities. CHARGE
This is indicated by the second number on an eyeglasses perscription. ASTIGMATISM
People with this eye disease are typically photophobic. ALBINISM
Blindness occurred after birth. ADVENTITIOUSLYBLIND
20/200 or worse in the better eye with correction of a visual field of less than 20 degrees. BLINDNESS
The ADD section of a prescription means that the person has _____. BIFOCALS
This is the word for normal vision. EMMETROPIC
This eye disease is rare and usually occurs in males in their late 20s. LEBERS