Type
Crossword
Description

Class 2 malocclusion is commonly known as: Overbite
Malocclusion is commonly seen in this type of breed: brachycephalic
Duct that is commonly obstructed in small mammals with malocclusion: lacrimal
Surgery performed to repair IVDD: laminectomy
One type of surgery used to repair cruciate ligament rupture: tplo
Acute onset lameness, with no history of known trauma may be indicative of: Panosteitis
A form of therapy for Immune Mediated Arthritis: gold
A form of respiratory physiotherapy: Coupage
Congenital hernia: Umbilical
Physiotherapy using a stroking movement: Effleurage

Stroke Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Poor blood flow to brain resulting in cell death stroke
A type of stroke resulting from an obstruction Ischemic
Type of stroke associated with blood vessel ruptures Hemorrhagic
Key risk factor High blood pressure
Acronym for identifying onset of a stroke FAST
How many times more likely are you to suffer from a stroke if you are black Two
What may be a physical post stroke effect Fatigue
A treatment for ischemic stroke Stents
A surgical treatment for Hemorrhagic stroke clamping
A common misconception about stroke prevelance Rare
Possible recovery time twoyears
A sign or symptom of stroke Numbness
Uncontrollable risk factor Gender

Perioperative Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Side affect from surgery requiring fluids and blood products Hypovolemic Shock
From decision to have surgery to actual sugery preoperative
Operating room to PACU Intraoperative
surgery without a choice such as trauma Emergent
Surgery can wait but most be done such as hernia repair Required
Stop 2 weeks before surgery Hebral Medications
Patients with increase risk for wound surgical wound infection Obese
Less than 24 hours Ambulatory Surgery
Sign of dehyrdation often seen in the elderly Skin Turgor
must be obtained by the physician prior to surgery Informed Consent
Ted Stockings Prevent DVT
Equipment to prevent post-operative pneumonia Incentive Spirometer
Area in OR for surgical staff only Restricted Zone
Preoperative medication Versed

Skeletal Disorders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A clean break that does not penetrate the skin Simple
A bone thinning disease that makes bones extremely brittle, it normally occurs in the elderly Osteoporosis
A procedure to set a broken bone back into place with surgery Openreduction
A procedure to set a broken bone back into place without surgery Closedreduction
The inflammation of the bursa usually caused by a hard blow Bursitis
An incomplete break common in children Greenstick
This type of arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder where the immune system begins to wear away its own cartilage, usually occurs in ages 40 - 50 rheumatatoid
This happens when a bone is forced out of its normal position in the joint cavity dislocation
A fracture where the bone is broken into tiny fragments comminuted
A fracture where the broken bone penetrates the skin compound
The abnormal curvature of the spine where the spine curves inward in the lower back lordosis
The first event for repairing bones hematoma
A disease in children where bones fail to calcify rickets
When ligaments or tendons are damaged by excessive stretching sprain
This is the most common type of arthritis and is a chronic degenerative condition that typically affects the aged osteoarthritis
This type of arthritis occurs when uric acid accumulates in the blood and deposits needle shaped crystals gouty
A ragged break due to excessive twisting sprial
The abnormal curvature of the spine where the spine curves to the side scoliosis
A fracture where the broken bone ends are forced into each other impacted
The drying out of the discs along with the weakening of the ligaments of the vertebral column herniation

Medical Terminology-Surgery Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

craniotomy
colostomy
hernia repair
transplant
knee replacement
laminectomy
oophorectomy
prostatectomy
thyroidectomy
Thoracotomy
lymphadenectomy
laparoscopy
colonoscopy
colectomy
arthrodesis
mastectomy
cholecystectomy
inpatient
outpatient
surgery
adenoidectomy
tonsillectomy
biopsy
debridement
arthroscopy
hysterectomy
lumpectomy

Chapter 2- Suffixes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

vomiting emesis
inflammation itis
tumor oma
surgical puncture centesis
pain (a) algia
pain (d) dynia
disease pathy
surgical fracture clasis
fixation of a bone or joint desis
excision ectomy
separate; loosening; destruction lysis
fixation of an organ pexy
surgical repair plasty
suture rrhaphy
forming an opening stomy
instrument to cut tome
incision tomy
crushing tripsy
record gram
instrument for recording graph
process of recording graphy
instrument for examining scope
visual examination scopy
hernia or swelling cele
dilation or expansion ectasis
blood condition emia
forming, producing, origen genesis
sofenting malacia
enlargment megaly
abnormal condition osis
decrease; deficiency penia
fear phobia
parlysis plegia
prolapse down ptosis
discharge of fluid rrhea
rupture rrhexis
abnormal condition of hardening sclerosis
involuntary contraction spasm
narrowing stenosis
poison toxic
medicine iatry
specialist ist
condition ia

Medical Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Combining Form Cyt/o means Cell
Plane divides the body into right & left halves Midsagittal
Thoracic cavity is separated from the abdominopelvic cavity by Diaphragm
(CF) of Jaund/o means Yellow
Term means producing or association with pus suppurative
Suffix -pathy means disease
Prefix meaning toward ad
Disease of Unknown Cause Idiopathic
Combining form meaning belly, belly side ventro
Suffix for Forming, Producing, Origin Genesis
Term means removal of part or all Resection
Abnormal fibrous bands that bind tissue Adhesion
Carbuncle is Pyogenic Infection
CF for fat means Steato
Form of skin cancer may result in death melanoma
CF choledoch/o means Bile Duct
Suffix Pepsia means digestion
Localized collection of pus at site of infection Abcess
Suffix prandial means Meal
Serous fluid in abdominal cavity Ascites
Loss of Appetite is called Anorexia
Surgery procedure to treat morbid obesity Bariatric
Expelling air from body orifice (anus) Flatus
Passage of dark colored stools Melena
Jaundice is caused by excessive levels of Bilirubin
Protrusion of organ thru wall is called Hernia
Term meaning stricture or narrowing of the rectum Rectostenosis
Which term refers to the neck Cervical
CF of viscer/o means Internal Organs
Surgical joining of two ducts or blood vessels anastomosis
Suffix desis means binding
removal of tissue sample for microsopic examination Biopsy

Hernia Surgery Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What type of hernias occur due to a weakness, gap, or opening in the muscles or tendons of the upper adbominal wall, on a line between the breast bone and the navel or umbilicus? Epigastric
What is a hernia that appears in the abdomen at the site of a previous surgery? Also, known as a ventral hernia. Incisional
These hernias represent approximately two thirds of adult hernias and are much more common in men than in women. Inguinalhernias
What type of repair techniques use a piece of mesh to bridge the hernia defect? Tensionfree
Femoral hernias are prone to develop incarceration. What is the term used when the tissue is trapped and blood supply cut off? Strangulation
These hernias may occur in infants at or just after birth and may resolve by three or four years of age. Umbilical
Children's hernias are almost always (opposed to acquired) Congenital
What are laparoscopic tension free hernia repair called? This term is used because the hernia is being repaired from behind the abdominal wall. Posterior
When inguinal hernias are repaired in this fashio the recurrence rates may be higher than 15%, which means that the hernia may reappear in time. Tensionrepair
An indirect inguinal hernia occurs through the natural weakness in the internal? Inguinalring
What type of hernias are slightly different, they are a weakness or opening in the diaphragm which can lead to heartburn, pain, and erosion of the esophagus? Hiatal
Sterile, woven material made from a synthetic plastic-like material. Mesh
A direct inguinal hernia is a result of weakness in the floor of the? These hernias is more likely to develop in men over the age of 40. Inguinalcanal
These hernias appear just below the groin crease and are usually the result of pregnancy and childbirth. Femoral

Skeleton in YOUR Body Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Another name for osteitis deformans. PagetsDisease
Inflammatory arthritis rheumatoid
Arthritis in big toe. gout
Broken bone. fracture
Bone loss disease. osteoporosis
Curved spine. scoliosis
Skeleton system ______ organs. protects
Bones store this mineral. calcium
Bones in spine. vertebrae
Largest leg bone. femur
Bigger bone in lower leg. tibia
Smaller bone in lower leg. fibula
Largest arm bone. humerus
Bigger bone in lower arm. radius
Smaller bone in lower arm. ulna
Collar bone. clavicle
Shoulder blade. scapula
Jaw bone. mandible
Skull. cranium
Breastbone. sternum
Bones that protect heart and lungs. ribs
Hip bones. pelvis
Tailbone. coccyx
Knee cap. patella
Bones in fingers and toes. phalanges
Bones in wrist. carpals
Bones in ankles. tarsals
Bones in hands. metacarpals
Bones in foot. metatarsals
Total number of ribs. twentyfour
How many pairs of ribs? twelve
Baby's soft spot. fontanelle
Joining of skull bones. suture
Lubricates joints. synovial fluid
Abbreviation for Amylotrophic Sclerosis ALS
Congenital deformity of foot. clubfoot
Bone cavity. sinus
Type of connective tissue. bone
Knee surgery with a scope. arthroscopy
Inner part of bones. marrow
Picture of a bone. xray
Floating bone. sesamoid
Dense connective tissue. cartilage
Bone growth. ossification
Brittle bone disease. osteogenesis imperfecta
Bone tumor. myeloma
Disease with bowed legs. rickets
Curve of the upper spine. kyphosis
Vitamin that helps with calcium absorption. D
How many bones in the skull? twentyeight
All the bones in the body. skeleton

Common Surgeries Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Partial colectomy
Inguinal Hernia Repair
Hysteroscopy
Dilation and Curettage
Coronary Artery Bypass
Cataract Surgery
Carotid Endarterectomy
Breast Biopsy
Cesarean Section
Prostatectomy
Pneumonectomy
Laminectomy
Tonsillectomy
Mastectomy
Hysterectomy
Hemorrhoidectomy
Cholecystectomy
Appendectomy

Orthodontics Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

brackets
archwire
bands
crowding
openbite
crossbite
overbite
underbite
hygiene
interproximal brush
floss threader
floss
invisalign
lingual braces
ceramic braces
metal braces
dentist
orthodontist
malocclusion