Type
Word Search
Description

pathogen invasion
distal pulses
bone abscess
tissue inflammation
bone scan
neurovascular assessments
capillary refill
necrosis of bone
edema
bone grafts
sequestrectomy
elevated white blood count
circulation
ulceration
tenderness
bone pain
erthema
swelling
fever
oteomyelitis

Osteomyelitis Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

radionuclide scanning
bone scan
neurovascular assessments
distal pulses
sequestrectomy
ulceration
bone pain
tenderness
erythema
swelling
fever
bone abscess
bone necrosis
edema
tissue inflammation
pathogen invasion

Chapter 4- Integumentary System (Disease and Disorders) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Localized collection of pus Abscess
Scraping away of the skin by mechanical process Abrasion
Inflammation of the skin and subcutaneous tissue caused by infection, characterized by redness, swelling, and fever celulitis
injury with no break in the skin, characterized by pain, swelling, and discoloration (also called a bruise) contusion
noninfectious, inflammatory skin disease characterized by redness, blisters, scabs, and itching. eczema
death of tissue caused by loss of blood supply followed by bacterial invasion (a form of necrosis) gangrene
Torn, ragged-edged wound laceration
Any visible change in tissue resulting from injury or disease. It is a broad term that includes sores, wounds, ulcers, and tumors. lesion
Chronic skin condition producing red lesions covered with silvery scales. Psoriasis
Disease characterized by chronic hardening (induration) of the connective tissue of the skin and other body organs. scleroderma
Fungal infection of the skin, that may infect keratin of the skin, hair,and nails. (also called ringworm) tinea

Sports Medicine Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

close to the midline Medial
stretching or tearing of a muscle or tendon Strain
a bruise Contusion
swelling in a joint effusion
complete separation of two ends of a joint dislocation
where two bones meet joint
stretching or tearing of a ligament sprain
away from the midline lateral
in front of anterior
lying face down prone
swelling in the tissue edema
break in a bone fracture
a sudden injury acute
overuse injury chronic
structure that connects muscle to bone tendon
a scrape abrasion
rest, ice, compression, elevation RICE
fluid filled sac bursa
a structure that connects bone to bone ligament
a symptom of redness, and swelling inflammation
knee cap patella
thigh bone femur
arm bone humerus
number of muscles that make up the quadriceps four
your favorite teacher coach hubb

Capillary Puncture Equipment and Procedures Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Microscopic examination of a blood smear to identify number, type, and characteristics of blood cells. Differential
Bluish in color from lack of oxygen. Cyanotic
Capillary blood gases; blood gas tests on a capillary specimen. CBGs
Disorder characterized by insufficient leels of thyroid hormones. Hypothyroidism
Fluid in tissue spaces between the cells. Interstitial Fluid
Back of the heel. Posterior Curvature
Inflammation of the bone and cartilage. Osteochondritis
Inflammation of the bone marrow and adjacent bone. Osteomyelitis
Spiral pattern of the fingerprint Whorls
Special small plastic tubes used to collect capillary specimens. Microtubes
Fluid within the cells. Intracellular Fluid
Medical term for heel bone Calcaneus
Narrow-bore 50 to 75 ML capillary tubes. Microhematocrit tubes
Disorder involving a defect in the metabolism of phenylalanine. PKU

Wound Care Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Pooling of blood under unbroken skin Hematoma
Traumatic scraping away of surface layers of the skin Abrasion
Traumatic seperation of tissues irregular torn edges Laceration
fatal injury to cells Necrosis
Localized protective response brought on by injury to the tissues Inflammation
Swelling Edema
When the edges of a wound are close together they are said to be well _________ Approximated
A wound with tissue loss that is left open and fills with scar tissue is healing by _________ intention. Second
Bloody drainage Sanguineous
Removal of necrotic tissue from a wound Debridement
Telfa is a nonadherent ______________ Dressing
Transparent _______ dressings are used to protect Stage I and II pressure ulcers Film

Osteomyelitis Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

diabetes
abscess
pain
fever
antibiotics
ulceration
erythema
contiguous
exogenous
endogenous
acute
chronic
sequestrectomy
pathogen invasion
bacteria
osteomyelitis

CONDITIONS and ANATOMY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

inflammation of a joint arthritis
broken bone fracture
displacement of a joint dislocation
discoloration ecchymosis
tearing or stretching of a ligament sprain
tearing of muscle or tendon strain
tearing away off a piece of bone avulsion
inflammation of tendon tissue tendonitis
contraction without movement isometric
decrease in muscle size atrophy
temporary self-reducing a dislocation subluxation
inflammation of a bursa bursitis
bruise contusion
non-localized swelling effusion
swelling composed of blood hematoma
abnormal accumulation of fluid edema
process of disconnection or severing seperation
softening of cartilage chrondromalacia
hyperextension of the knee recurvatum
largest bone in the body femur
lateral lower leg bone fibula
shoulder blade scapula
fingers and toes phalange
knee cap patella
medial forearm bone ulna
larger bone of the lower leg tibia
lateral forearm bone radius
interarticular fibrocartilage meniscus
collarbone clavicle
upper arm bone humerus
pertaining to the neck clavicle
wrist bones carpals
bone prefix osteo
heel bone calcaneous
top portion of the hip bone iliac crest
joint lining, cushion cartilage
muscle- prefix myo

Non Communicable Diseases Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions. Alzheimers
Condition where pigments is lost from areas of skin, causing white patches Vitiligo
Inflammation of subcutaneous connective tissue Cellulitis
nervous system disease that weakens muscles and impacts physical function Lou Gehrigs Disease
A chronic inflammatory disorder affecting many joints, including those in the hands and feet Arthritis
Widespread muscle pain and tenderness Fibromyalgia
a metabolic disease in which the body’s inability to produce any or enough insulin causes elevated levels of glucose in the blood Diabetes
condition in which a person's airways become inflamed, narrow and swell, and produce extra mucus, which makes it difficult to breathe Asthma
group of genetic diseases that cause progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass Dystrophy
cancer that forms in the cells of the breasts Cancer

Musculoskeletal Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

caused by disruption of blood vessels with blood dispersing through the tissues Ecchymosis
a protective mechanism to prevent further injury Muscle spasms
oxygen and food can diffuse through this gel Cartilage
reservoir for calcium, phosphorus, magnesium Bone
bone building cells osteoblast
live in mature bone and maintains extracellular matrix Osteocytes
breaks down extracellular matrix, bone chewing Osteoclast-
hormone that maintains serum calcium levels and prevents excessive serum phosphate parathyroid
needed to absorb calcium vitamin D
released by thyroids when blood calcium is too high, inhibiting release from bone Calcitonin
contains synathroses, diathroses, synovial membrane, menisci joints
connects muscles to bone tendons
connects bones to bones Ligaments-
complete tear separation of tendon or ligament from its bony attachment avulsion
compromised circulation with increased pressure resulting in nerve and muscle death compartment syndrome
bone infection form parasites or bacteria Osteomyelitis
lateral curvature of the spine scoliosis
metabolic bone disorder where rate of bone resorption accelerates as bone formation slows- loss of bone mass osteoporosis
- metabolic disease with delayed or inadequate mineralization of osteoid in mature or compact bone (Rickets in children) osteomalacia
chronic systemic inflammatory autoimmune disease causing inflammation of connective tissue, especially symmetrical joints Rheumatoid arthritis
chronic disease of connective tissue that may involve organs with a clinical sign of butterfly rash Systemic Lupus Erythematous
is NOT a diagnosis but a description of decreased bone density inconsistent with age, race, genetics osteopenia

Integumentary system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Abnormal condition of whiteness Albinism
Abnormal condition of baldness Alopecia
Being without little blood vessels Avascular
Presents of bedsore, pressure sore Decubitus
Inflammation of the skin Dermatitis
Upon the skin; top layer of skin Epidermis
Above normal heat Hyperthermia
Below normal heat Hypothermia
Tumor of blackness, usually malignant Melanoma
Presence of pimples Papilla
Pertaining to oil glands Sebaceous
Horny layer of skin Stratum corneum
Approximately 12-15% of total body weight Skin
Repair that takes longer to heal and has more scar tissue Secondary repair
True skin, connective tissue, vascular Dermis
Also called hypodermal layer, attaches the muscle Subcutaneous layer
Comprised most of the epidermis and makes keratin Keratinocytes
Sensory receptors for touch Merkel cells
Makes melanin Melanocytes
Affective in the defense of the skin against microorganisms Langerhans cells
Causes silvery white scales Psoriasis
Painful bacterial infection of the hair follicles or sebaceous glands Boils
Deep flat slightly acidic layer of skin Stratum Corneum
Only on palms and soles of the feet Stratum lucidim
Keratinization process begins Stratum Granulosm
Contains melanocytes and langerhans cells Stratum spinosom
Deepest layer of skin that is always dividing Stratum germinatiuom
Same as a vesicle only greater than 10 mm Bulla
Localized changed in skin color of less than 1 cm in diameter Macule
Solid and elevated; however, they extend deeper than papules into the dermis or subcutaneous tissue, greater than 10 mm Nodules
Solid, elevated lesion less than 1 cm in diameter Papule
Vesicles or bullae that is filled with pus, usually described as less than .5 cm in diameter Pustule
A depression lesion of the epidermis and upper papillary layer of the dermis Ulcer
The same as a nodule only greater than 2 cm Tumor
Accumulation of fluid between the upper layers of the skin; elevated mass containing serous fluid; less than 10 mm Vesicle
Localized edema in the epidermis causing irregular elevation that may be red or pale, may be itchy Hives
Increased sensitivity to sunlight and the risk of getting sunburned Photosensitive
Blocks UVA and UVB rays Sunscreen
Measures the percentage of the body burned Rule of nines
Where the nail is formed Matrix