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heat stroke
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spondylolisthesis
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etiology
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Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Crossword. ARE YOU READY Word Search

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anatomical snuffbox
baseball (mallet) finger
Boutonniere deformity
boxer's fracture
carpal tunnel
carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS)
carpals
Colles's fracture
cubital tunnel syndrome
deQuervain's tenosynovitis
dislocation
epicondylitis
gamekeeper's thumb
ganglion
humerus
ischemia
jersey finger
lateral epicondyle
medial epicondyle
median nerve
metacarpals
olecranon bursitis
phalanges
pronator teres syndrome
radial nerve
subluxation
tennis elbow
ulnar nerve

Medical Terminology Word Search

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Cerebellum
Lymphoid
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Cystopexy
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Osteochondritis
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Opthalmoscope
Immunodeficiency
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Renal
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angiogram
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Leukocyte
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Epidermal
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Otalgia
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Cardiology
Transdermal
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Hysterectomy
Mediolateral
adnoidectomy

Back Pain Word Search

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acetaminophen
ankylosing spondylitis
caudaequina
cervical
corticosteroids
disc degeneration
fracture
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kyphosis
lordosis
lumbar
malignancy
nsaids
opiods
osteoarthritis
radiculopathy
saddle anesthesia
scoliosis
spinal stenosis
spondylolisthesis
spondylolysis
strain
thoracic

SPORTS MEDICINE Word Search

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ABDOMEN
ABRASION
ANALGESIC
ARTHROSCOPY
ATROPHY
BRADYCARDIA
BURSITIS
CONTRAINDICATION
CONTUSION
CRYOTHERAPY
DEBRIDE
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DISLOCATION
DISTAL
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ECCHYMOSIS
EDEMA
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ENZYME
EVERSION
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FIBROCARTILAGE
FIBROSIS
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GLYCOGEN
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HISTAMINE
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INVERSION
ISOMETRIC
ISOTONIC
LEUKOCYTES
MICROTRAUMA
NECROSIS
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Pelvis and Hip Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Osteogenesis imperfecta is characterized by _______ bones. fragile
Special test for congenital dislocation of the hip or developmental displasia. Ortolani
Pediatric self-limiting degeneration of femoral head due to avascular necrosis. leggcalveperthes
One possible treatment for ischiogluteal bursitis. US
One physical therapy concern for hip fracture. DVT
A femoral shaft hip fracture is also known as ______. subtrochanteric
An intertrochanteric hip fracture is also known as _______. Extracapsular
For a total hip replacement, transfer out of bed toward ________ side. involved
For a total hip replacement, transfer into bed toward ________ side. uninvolved
One initial exercise for total hip replacement. anklepumps
For a THR anterolateral approach, one precaution is to avoid combined position of hip flexion, abd, and _____. ER
For a THR posterolateral approach, one precaution is to avoid hip _____ > 80-90 degrees. flexion
Another name for total hip replacement is total hip _______. arthroplasty
This type of hip replacement replaces the femoral head only. hemiarthroplasty
A total hip replacement replaces components of femoral head and ______. acetabulum
A leg length discrepancy could lead to _______. scoliosis
Coxa vara angle of inclination of the hip is defined as less than _____ degrees. 120
Coxa valga angle of inclination of the hip is defined as greater than ______ degrees. 135
Normal angle of _________ of the hip is 120-135 degrees. incilination
2 main functions of the _______ are to connect the legs to the body and to dissipate forces. pelvis

Musculoskeletal System Crossword

Type
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Description

A group of related diseases with genetic anomalies Muscular Dystorphy
What kind of disorder is related to compartment syndrome, Ganglion cysts, Hammertoe, Hernia and Plantar Fasciitis Fascial disorders
What disorder is Carpal tunnel syndrome, Disc disease, Myofacial pain syndrome and Thoracic outlet syndrome Neuromuscular
Which gender is more genetically superior due to having xx genes? women
An involuntary contraction of a voluntary muscle Spasm
An injury to a muscle-tendon unit, with emphasis on muscle damage Strain
What disease is associated with rapid bone growth? Osgood Schlatter
Porous bones: calcium is removed faster than replaced Osteoporosis
What is the technical term for "frozen shoulder"? Adhesive capsulitis
Synovial cysts at the popliteal fossa often on the medial side. AKA: popliteal cysts Baker Cysts
Chemically-based inflammatory arthritis, mostly in men 40-50 yrs old. Gout
What is another term for joint replacement surgery? Arthroplasty
What disease can ticks cause? Lyme disease
AKA: degenerative joint disease. Osteoarthritis
Patellar cartilage is damagedL orecyrsir if osteoarthritis at the knee Patellogemoral
Like arthritis, starts at base of spine. Spondylolisthesis
Degenerative arthritis at the spine Spondylosis
Collection of signs and symptoms assoicated with jaw problems, abbreviation only. TMJ
Injury or repetitive stress creates pressure inside a tight fascial compartment Compartment Syndrome
Foot deformity of lateral toes. Hammertoe
Hole in abdominal wall, diaphragm. Hernia
Pain at plantar fascia Plantar fasciitis
Often worse at night (if sleelping with wrist in flexion). Atrophy at thenar pad Carpal Tunnel
The development of trigger points. Myofascial Pain
AKA: Hallux valgus; "laterally deviated big toe". Bunions

Skeletal Disorders Word Search

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INFLAMMATION
BONE SOFTENING
RICKETS
OSTEOMYELITIS
OSTEOARTHRITIS
JOINT
HERNIATED DISK
BRITTLE BONES
SKELETAL
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
OSTEOMALACIA
LORDOSIS
DISORDERS
BONES
SCOLIOSIS
OSTEOPOROSIS
OSTEOGENESIS
KYPHOSIS
INFECTION
ARTHRITIS

Tissues and Membranes Crossword Puzzle

Type
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Description

4 different types tissues
study of tissues histology
tissue that is avascular epithelial
another name for organs viscera
thin, flat-like epithelial cells squamous
involuntary striated muscle cardiac
voluntary striated muscle skeletal
also called visceral muscle smooth
most abundant tissue type in the body connective
epithelial tissue found in the bladder transitional
ductless gland that secretes hormones endocrine
another name for fat tissue adipose
attaches muscles to bones tendons
nerve cell neuron
excessive fibrosis (seen around the ear) keloids
cutaneous membranes skin
ruptured appendix can lead to this peritonitis
necrosis of tissues gangrene
abnormal joining of tissues by scar tissue adhesions

Pathophysiology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Hypocalcemia can cause this. tetany
The causes of a disease. precipitating factors
Predicted outcomes. prognosis
One way to cause insensible losses. perspiration
Maintaining a stable environment. homeostasis
Causes of disease. etiology
Primarily controls sodium level. aldosterone
One property of the immune response. specificity
No known cause. idiopathic
This in part is related to habit. intake
The male with who has this defect is tall with hypogonadism. klinefelter
Movement of water between the interstitum and cells. osmosis
Ischemia has this effect on tissue. atrophy
Capacity of microbes to cause disease. pathogencity
A positively charged ion. cation
Can lead to hypertonic hyponatremia. hyperglycemia
Clinical manifestation of Marfan syndrome. pectus excavatum
Patients with this disease might have increased salt content. cystic fibrosis
All of these are lethal when autosomes are involved. monosomies
Can't be identified by the observers. symptoms
This etiologic basis for illness might not be present at birth. congenital
The only genetic material carried on the Y chromosome. gender
The risk of these disorder can't be determined by a punnett square multifactorial
May be an unwanted but not unanticipated residual effect of a disorder. sequelae
Gathered through the five sense. signs
Pneumonia in a bedridden patient falls under the heading of this. complication
Makes the collecting ducts permeable to water. adh
This pressure is the push created by water. hydrostatic
This process is thought to be reversible but can be considered "pre-malignant" metaplasia
These are activated when there is hemoconcentration. osmoreceptors
Can affect all future generations. mutation
The way in which a genetic trait reveals itself. expression
The sequence of events associated with disease development. pathogenesis
This type of necrosis occurs in the brain. liquefactive
Protein is a requirement for this type of necrosis to occur. coagulative
Non sex chromosome. autosomes
Often "interpreted" as carcinoma insitu. dysplasia
Has the greatest percentage of total body water. newborns
Can cause muscle twitching and seizures. alkalosis
The body's only volatile acid carbonic

Musculoskeletal System Word Search

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Description

Necrosis
Myashenia Gravis
Muscular Dystrophy
Kyphosis
Hypotonia
Greenstick Fracture
Gout
Ganglion Cyst
Ewing
Comminuted Facture
Claudication
Chondrosarcoma
Carpal Tunnel
Bunion
Ankylosis