Type
Crossword
Description

Cause: genetics, sunken in chest, No cure Marfan Syndrome
Parasite from cat feces Toxoplasmosis
Functional, poor growth, intellectual disabilities, weak muscle tone Prader Willi
metabolic disorder, body is unable to breakdown amino acids PKU
leg bones are missing or fused together Sirenomelia
internal organs are born on the outside of the body Gastroschisis
A birth defect that destroys brain cells, most children don't live past birth, caused by a defective gene TaySachs
Stillborn, deformities in bones, failure to grow, shortness of breath Thalassemia
Spine fails to develop properly SpinaBifida
_________________ birth defects are related to a problem with how a body part or body system works Functional
_________________ birth defects are related to a problem with body parts Structural
Physical, Chemical and Biological causes of birth defects are from this category Environmental

Birth Defects Crossword

Type
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Description

Internal organs are born on the outside of the body Gastroschisis
Physical causes of birth defects are from this category Environmental
A birth defect that destroys brain cells, most children don't live past birth, caused by a defective gene TaySachs
_________________ birth defects are related to a problem with body parts Structural
Parasite from cat feces Toxoplasmosis
Spine fails to develop properly SpinaBifida
Cause: genetics, sunken in chest, No cure Marfan Syndrome
_________________ birth defects are related to a problem with how a body part or body system works Functional
leg bones are missing or fused together Sirenomelia
Defect due to the mother drinking alcohol while pregnant FetalAlcoholSyndrome
metabolic disorder, body is unable to breakdown amino acids PKU
Type of defects passed down from parents, often cannot be controlled Hereditary

birth defect word search

Type
Word Search
Description

turner syndrome
toxoplasmosis
thalassemia
tay-sachs disease
spina bifida
sickle cell anemia
rett syndrome
progeria
phenylketonuria
osteogenesis imperfecta
muscular dystrophy
marfan syndrome
macular degeneration
infantile esotropia
hypothydriodism
hypertrichosis
hydrocephalus
huntingtons disease
hemophilia
fragile x syndrome
fetal alcohol syndrome
dwarfism
down syndrome
diabetes
cystic fibrosis
color blindness
club foot
cleft lip
cerebral paly
autism

birth defects Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

huntington disease
marfan syndrome
toxoplasmosis
thalassemia
hemophilia
color blindness
cystic fibrosis
down syndrome
muscular dystrophy
cleft palate
autism
spina bifida
sickle cell anemia
PKU

Pregnancy and Birth Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where the mother thinks shes going into labor but is not. BRAXTONHICKS
Baby is upside down during birthing process BREECH
Or birth made by cut made on mothers abdomen and baby is pulled out of womb CESAREAN
Sharp pains felt during birth CONTRACTIONS
Shot given into mothers spine to ease pain EPIDURAL
Caused by heavy drinking during pregnancy FETALALCOHLSYNDROME
Sickness during pregnancy MORNING
Aka vaginal birth NATURAL
Unfertilized egg OVAM
Causes acid to go to the heart PKU
_____ is expelled during afterbirth PLACENTA
Depresson some mothers get after pregnancy POSTPARDOM
Birth defect where spinal cord doesn't develop properly SPINABIFIDA
Provides nutrients to baby during pregnancy UMBILICALCORD
Where the baby stays during pregnancy WOMB

Birth Defects and Hereditary Influences Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

caused by inheritance of recessive genes, more likely to affect Caucasians than African or Asian-Americans. Cystic Fibrosis
an inherited disease most common among eastern European families of Jewish descent. Tay-Sachs Disease
passed on from mothers to sons only; prevents blood from clotting. Hemophilia
malformed red blood cells that deprive the body of oxygen and prevalent in African Americans. Sickle Cell Anemia
result of one twin taking nourishment from the other twin (fertility drugs). Twin-to-Twin
manifests in adulthood; leads to dementia. Huntington's Disease
a condition in which the body is unable to process and use a specific protein that is present in nearly all foods. PKU
gap in upper lip or palate; caused by hereditary or environmental or both. Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate
an increase of cerebro-spinal fluid around the brain, resulting in an enlargement of the skull, the fluid can be drained into the abdominal cavity. Hydrocephalus
transmitted by female carriers, usually affects males only. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
a congenital condition in which part of the spinal cord or meninges protrudes through a cleft in the spinal column. Spina Bifida
associated with mental retardation, increased risk of heart defects, leukemia, poor muscle tone, and distinctive physical characteristics. Down Syndrome
infection caused by a parasite. Toxoplasmosis

Fetal alcohol syndrome Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

difficulty in the eyes vision
Effected during pregnancy fetus
Lacks the ability to stay steady and straight balance
The trouble to stay clam Hyper activity
Troubles on how they act Behavior
Birth defects on the child's body Physical defects
Of facial features Impairment
Alcohol crosses to the fetus through what placenta
Where deformities can occur joints
should not drink during this pregnancy
Alcohol causes the most problems to this organ during developement brain
Disorder that makes it harder in school and learning learning disorder
Rapidly changes mood
Alcohol interferes with the delivery of what? oxygen
Harmful substance that causes birth defects Alcohol
Most noticeable part on the baby's body of physcial defects face

Birth Defects Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

It is a disease that affects brain, body movement, and voice. Huntington
People who have this disease are tall and slender appearance. MarfanSyndrome
This disease happen when the bones in the spine have not joined properly. SpinaBifida
Sometimes, babies with Spina Bifida have a ______ on their back, when they are born cyston
Women, who gave birth to babies with Spina Bifida may have been lacking. VitaminB
Mafan Syndrome happen, when this tissue does not form correctly. Connective
People with Huntington's Disease have this percent chance to pass to their children. ( If they have one gene.) Fifty
An inherited disorder in which products of fat metabolism accumulate in and destroy the brain and Spina cord Taysachs
One of the Tay - Sachs Disease's symptoms. blindness
Babies with Tay - Sachs Disease appear this at birth. Normal
A group of related disease that attack different muscle groups. Musculardystrophy
Muscular Dystrophy mostly occur in_______ . Boys
Kids with Muscular Dystrophy lose ability to do this during their early teens. Walk
Tay - Sachs Disease is caused by missing this. enzyme
There no _________ for Muscular Dystrophy Disease. treatment

Skeletal/Muscular System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the inner framework made up of all the bones of the body Skeleton
a soft tissue inside the bone that produces blood cells bone marrow
specialized connective tissue composed of osteocytes forming the skeleton bone
strong connective tissue that supports the body and is softer and more flexible than bone cartilage
place where two or more bones meet joint
A group of genetic diseases. They're caused by defective genes that are passed from parent to child. Muscular Dystrophy
Very common congenital disorder that affects the posture, balance and motor functions. Physical tasks become difficult because of this disorder. Cerebral Palsy
Shoulder muscles help in rotating the shoulder as well as move the hand in front and back. Structural strength for this joint is due to tendons of these muscles. Rotator Cuff Tear
It's degenerative and inflammatory in nature. It affects systemic connective tissue causing weakness and muscle atrophy. Polymyositis
It's a common disease of the bones. Approximately 10 million Americans have the disease, with at least three times more Americans at risk of developing it. Osteoporosis

Skeletal System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a dense layer of tissue enveloping bones except at the surface of joints is known as what? Periosteum
Bone Remodeling is also known as ___________ Ossification
a viscous non-newtonian fluid found in synovial joints is known as what? Synovial Fluid
How many bones are in the body? two hundred and six
ligaments connects two ____ Bones
where is the Humerus located? The Forearm
the Vertebrae is a part of what structure in the body? The Spine
The Skull, the Sternum, and Shoulder blades are known as what type of Bone? Flat
What do short bones provide? support
Red Marrow is also known as ___________ Myeloid Tissue
The Hip and the SHoulders are known as what type of joint? Ball and Socket
The Clavicle is a Fancy name for what bone? Collarbone
Phalanges are what? Fingers

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