Type
Word Search
Description

Hamate
Capitate
Flexor digitorum longus
CMC
MCP
PIP
DIP
Metacarpals
Radioulnar joint
Humeroradial joint
Humeroulnar joint
Trapezoid
Lunate
Scaphoid
Humerus
Ulna
Radius

Elbow, Wrist, Hand Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

phalan's test
dislocation
fracture
hand
wrist
elbow
olecranon bursitis
longus
brevis
epicondylitis
interossei
extensor
flexor
subluxation
scaphoid
capitate
trapezoid
trapezium
lunate
triquetral
pisiform
hamate
anatomical sunffbox
saddle joint
carpal tunnel
digiti minimi
digitorum
pollicis
pronator quadratus
pronator teres
supinator
phalanges
metacarpals
carpals
ulnar nerve
radius
ulna
humerus

Bones of the Hands Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How many bones make up the hand? twenty seven
How many carpal bone are there ? eight
What hook like projection is on the hamate? Hamulus
What phalanx is in the other 4 fingers but is missing from the first digit? middle phalanx
what type of bone located between the Phalanges and the Carpals ? metacarpals
Which carpal corresponds with the ulna? lunate
Which carpal is proximal to the III metacarpal? capitate
Which carpal is proximal to the radius ? scaphoid
Which carpal is a sesamoid bone? pisiform
Which carpal is inferior to the Pisiform? triquetrum
Which carpal corresponds with the V & IV metacarpal? hamate
Which carpal is located centrally in the palm ? capitate
which carpal attaches to the II metacarpal? trapezoid
Which carpal is surrounded by the Scaphoid & the Trapezoid bone? trapezium
What is the proximal end of the metacarpals called ? Base
What is the distal portion of the metacarpals called? head
The Triquetrum is what shape? triangle
Which carpal is shaped like a crescent moon? lunate
What is the middle section of the metacarpals ? Body
Which metacarpal corresponds with the trapezoid second

Bones Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

calcaneus
capitate bone
cervical vertebrae
clavicle
coccyx
distal phalanges
femur
fibula
frontal
hamate
humerus
inferior nasal conchae
intermediate phalanges
lumbar vertebrae
lunate
malleus
maxilla
navicular
parietal
patella
pisiform
proximal phalanges
radius
ribs
sacrum
scaphoid
shoulder blade
stapes
talus
thoracic vertebrae
trapezium
trapezoid
triquetral
ulna
zygomatic

elbow,hand,wrist,fingers Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

compression
traction
pom
pop
pain
ouch
surgery
loosa
overuse
cubitalfossa
pip
dip
metacarpal
tuningfork
ultrasound
rice
subgunalhematoma
triqutrium
pisiform
trapezoid
hamate
capitiate
trapezium
lunate
baseballfinger
navicular
olecranonbursitis
radius

Muscles of the Forearm and Hand Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Strong elbow flexor that attaches to anterior humerus and coronoid process of ulna BRACHIALIS
Elbow flexor that attaches to lateral humerus and styloid process of radius BRACHIORADIALIS
The extensor radialis _ attaches to lateral humerus and SECOND metacarpal LONGUS
The extensor radialis _ attaches to lateral humerus and THIRD metacarpal BREVIS
The extensor carpi _ attaches to lateral humerus and FIFTH metacarpal ULNARIS
The extensor _ produces extension of the second through fifth fingers DIGITORUM
Weak elbow extensor that attaches to lateral humerus and posterior ulna ANCONEUS
The extensor _ assists the digitorum in extending the index finger INDICIS
The flexor carpi _ abducts the wrist (radiocarpal joint) RADIALIS
The _ longus is a wrist flexor that attaches to medial epicondyle of humerus and palmar aponeurosis PALMARIS
The flexor carpi _ adducts the wrist (radiocarpal joint) ULNARIS
The flexor digitorum _ attaches to medial epicondyle of humerus and sides of middle phalanges (2-5) SUPERFICIALIS
The flexor digitorum _ attaches to anterior ulna and distal phalanges (2-5) PROFUNDUS
The pronator _ attaches to medial epicondyle of humerus and lateral radius TERES
The pronator _ attaches to distal ulna and distal radius QUADRATUS
Supinates the forearm SUPINATOR
Abductor pollicis longus, extensor pollicis longus/ brevis, and flexor pollicis longus are considered long muscles of the _ THUMB
Abductor pollicis brevis, flexor pollicis brevis, opponens pollicis, and adductor pollicis make up the _ group THENAR
Lumbricals of the hand, plamar interossei, and dorsal interossei make up the _ group MIDPALMAR
Abductor digiti minimi, flexor digiti minimi brevis, and opponens digiti minimi make up the _ group HYPOTHENAR

The Hand, Wrist and Elbow Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Name for the injury usually referred to as "tennis elbow" LateralEpicondylitis
What type of joint is the elbow Hinge
Muscle that flexs the elbow Biceps
Muscle that pronates the forearm PronatorTeres
Fracture to this bone takes long to heal Scaphoid
"Funny bone" UlnarNerve
Bursa sac located in the area of the elbow Olecranon
Name of the injury usually referred to as "pitcher's elbows" Medial Epicondylitis
"Basketball or baseball finger" MalletFinger
what nerve gets affected in carpal tunnel syndrome MedianNerve
Bone of the wrist that starts with the letter "L" Lunate
Medical name for the thumb Pollex
Hematoma beneath the nail SubungalHematoma
Injury caused by repetitive wrist accelerations and decelerations WristTendonitis
What is the sign to check for nerve injuries Tinel'sSign
Muscle that flexs the elbow and assists to pronate and supinate Brachioradialis
Muscle that pronates the hand PronatorTeres
Bone in the wrist that starts with a "P" Pisiform
Medical term for fingers Phalanges
One of the bones in the forearm Ulna

joints of the upper extremity Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The joint attached to the acromion process of the scapula and lateral end of the clavicle ACROMIOCLAVICULARJOINT
Attaches to the anterior ulna, wraps around the head of the radius and then attaches to the posterior ulna. ANNULARLIGAMENT
The ____ is composed of eight carpal bones CARPUS
The usual carrying angle is approximately 5 to 15 degrees. It is usually between 5 and 10 degrees for men and 10 and 15 degrees for women. what is this carrying angle known as CUBITUSVALGUS
The humeroulnar joint, the humeroradial joint and the proximal radioulnar joint are enclosed within the ____ ELBOWJOINTCOMPLEX
____ are located between the metacarpal bones of the hand. INTERMETACARPALJOINTS
____ of the hand are located between phalanges of the fingers INTERPHALANGEALJOINTS
This ligament consists of two parts: annual and ulnar fibers LATERALCOLLATERALLIGAMENT
This ligament consists of three parts: Anterior, posterior and transverse fibers MEDIALCOLLATERALLIGAMENT
The GH joint is often referred to as ____ MUSCULARJOINT
The palm has a thick layer of dense fibrous tissue on the palmar side known as ___ PALMARFASCIA
The shoulder girdle is also known as the____ PECTORALGIRDLE
Located between the radius and the ulna ____ RADIOULNARJOINT
The term ____ refers to a metacarpal and its associated phalanges. RAY
The thumb is what type of joint classification? SADDLEJOINT
The joint attached to the manubrium of the sternum and the medial end of the clavical STERNOCLAVICULARJOINT
Joint structure classification of the SC joint is ____ SYNOVIALJOINT
The ____ is actually a complex of two joints: radiocarpal joint and midcarpal joint WRISTJOINT
Fibrous sheet of tissue that unites the radius and ulna of the forearm, forming the middle RU joint. INTEROSSEUSMEMBRANE
Located between the metacarpals of the palm and phalanges of the fingers. METACARPALPHALANGEALJOINTS
The IP joint located located between the proximal and middle phalanges is called the ____ PROXIMALINTERPHALANGEALJOINT
The IP located between the middle and distal phalanges is called the DISTALINTERPHALANGEALJOINT

Skeletal System Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Metatarsals
Tarsals
Fibula
Tibia
Patella
Femur
Metacarpals
Phalanges
Carpals
Ulna
Radius
Pelvis
Rib cage
Sternum
Scapula
Humerus
Clavicle
Vertebral column
Cranium

BONES Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

also known as the collar bone clavicle
an oval, bony case that protects the brain cranium
lower jawbone mandible
also known as the shoulder bone scapula
also known as the breastbone sternum
12 pairs of bones forming the wall of the thorax rib
uppermost and largest bone in the arm, extending from the elbow to the shoulder humerus
series of small bones forming the backbone vertebra
smaller bone int eh forearm (lower arm) on the same side as the thumb radius
also known as the hipbone innominate
triangular bone in the lower back sacrum
inner and larger bone inthe forearm (lower arm) attached to the wrist and located on the side of the little finger ulna
composed of 8 small irregular bones of the wrist carpals
bones of the palm of the hand metacarpals
also known as digits, bones of the fingers or toes phalanges
also known as accessory bone or kneecap patella
larger of the two bones that formt he leg below the knee tibia
smaller of the tow bones that form the leg below the knee fibula
one of the three subdivisions of the foot tarsals
heavy, long bone that forms the leg above the knee femur
long, slender bones, similar to the metacarpal bones of the hand metatarsals
hindmost bone of the skull occipital
bones that form the sides of the head in the ear region temporal
bones that form the sides and top of the cranium parietal
bone that forms the forehead frontal
skelton of the head skull
bone of the upper jaw maxillae

Shoulder/Elbow/Hand Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

____; Splint in extension Mallet
Deformity of the tearing at the 2nd PIP Boutonniere
Total number of metacarpals Five
______ Thumb compression of the ulnar nerve Bowlers
A forearm bone Ulna
A fracture of the 5th metacarpal Boxers
Fracture at the distal radius Colles
Upper arm bone Humerus
Little League Elbow;______ Plate issue Growth
_____ elbow; overuse of elbow tendons Tennis
Muscle for elbow extension Triceps
Number of phalanges in one hand Fourteen
Nerve associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Median
Nerve associated with Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Ulnar
Joint associated with an elbow dislocation Ulnohumeral
External Rotator muscle Subscapularis
Abductor rotator muscle Supraspinatus
Range of Motion performed by the Trainer PROM
A sprain to the AC joint; shoulder _____ Separation
A partial dislocation Subluxation
Pain that can be felt in the shoulder Referred
Muscle that covers the upper back, neck and shoulders Trapezius
Mechanism for shoulder injuries; falling on a ____ arm Outstretched
Rotator Cuff muscles; _____ group SITS
Injection treatment for a rotator cuff tear Cortisone
Muscle with two heads, elbow flexor Biceps
Bruising of the shoulder; shoulder ___ Pointer
Shoulder socket; ____ Fossa Glenoid
most common shoulder dislocation Anterior
“S” shaped bone Clavicle
Weakest part of the clavicle; _____ 1/3 Lateral
Percentage of posterior dislocation Two
Wrap for a separation/fracture Eight
Muscle used for punching and pushing; ______ Anterior Serratus
Most injuries occur in this phase Three
Phase where there is considerable pull on the joint Four
A shoulder prevention technique Warmup
A symptom of a rotator tear; Supraspinatus ____ Crepitus
Phase 2; ____ stress to the medial elbow Valgus