Type
Word Search
Description

cbc
hip xray
disablity
illiac fossa
acetabulum
femoral head
ambulation
rom
compartment syndrome
hip
femur
walker
trapzee
constipation
Pain
hydromorphone

The pelvis, Hip, and Thigh Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Iliac crest
Sartorius
Linea aspera
Lesser trochanter
Ischium
Ilium
Coccyx
Gluteal muscles
Syndrome
Adduction
Abduction
Extension
Flexion
Plexus
Apophysis
Greater trochanter
Innominate bones
Femoral triangle
Sacrum
Acetabulum

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

Rehab & Restorative Care Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A cane is used to help a person with balance
A sign to report depression
encourage a resident to be independent
focus on small tasks
discuss rehabilitation in terms of illness to health
a guideline for a cane or walker stay on the weaker side
guidelines in assisting patients with bowel and bladder habits provide privacy
do not refer to incontinence briefs as diapers
always wear gloves
when a resident can walk they are ambulating
are used for a broken leg or sprain crutches
keep prosthesis and skin under it ________ and clean dry
weakness of muscles in the feet foot drop
regular ambulation and exercise helps improve self esteem
Abbrev for ROM range of motion
special equipment that helps a person who is ill or disabled perform ADL's assistive devices

Chronic Diseases and Disabilities Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ADA
ALLERGEN
ALLERGY
ANEURYSM
ANGINA PECTORIS
ARTHRITIS
ASTHMA
ATHEROSCLEROSIS
BIOPSY
CANCER
CARCINOGENS
CARDIOVASCULAR
CHRONIC DISEASE
DIABETES
DISABILITY
FIBRILLATION
HISTAMINE
IMPAIRED MOBILITY
IMPAIRED VISION
INSULIN
MACULAR DEGENERATION
MALIGNANT
METASTASIS
ONCOGENE
OSTEOARTHRITIS
RHEUMATOIDARTHRITIS
STROKE
TINNITUS
TUMOR

Chapter 5: The Human Body-The Appendicular Skeleton Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

The proximal portion of the upper extremity, made up of the clavicle, the scapula, and the humerus. Shoulder Girdle
The collarbone; it is lateral to the sternum and anterior to the scapula. Clavicle
The shoulder blade. Scapula
The supporting bone of the upper arm. Humerus
The inner bone of the forearm on the side opposite of the thumb. Ulna
The bone on the thumb side of the forearm. Radius
One of three bones that fuse to form the superior part of the pelvic ring. Ilium
One of three bones that fuse to form the inferior portion of the pelvic ring. Ischium
One of three bones that fuse to form the ventral and anterior portion of the pelvic ring. Pubis
A hard bony prominence that is found in the midline in the lowermost portion of the abdomen. Pubic Symphysis
The depression on the lateral pelvis where its three component bones join, in which the femoral head fits snugly. Acetabulum
The thighbone; the longest and one of the strongest bones in the body. Femur
The proximal end of the femur, articulating with the acetabulum to form the hip joint. Femoral Head
A bony prominence on the proximal lateral side of the thigh, just below the hip joint. Greater Trochanter
The projection of the medial, superior portion of the femur. Lesser Trochanter
The kneecap; a specialized bone that lies within the tendon of the quadriceps muscle. Patella
The shin bone, the larger of the two bones of the lower leg. Tibia
The smaller of the two bones on the lateral side of the lower leg. Fibula
Uppermost bone of the tarsal bones that articulates with the tibia and fibula; the ankle bone. Talus
The largest tarsal bone forming, the prominence of the heel. Calcaneus
The place where two bones come into contact. Joint or Articulation
A type of joint that has grown together forming a very stable connection. Symphysis
The fibrous sac that encloses a joint. Joint Capsule
The connection point between the pelvis and the vertebral column. Sacroiliac Joint
The lining of a joint that secretes synovial fluid into the joint space. Synovial Membrane
The small amount of liquid within a joint used as lubrication. Synovial Fluid

Fall Prevention Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stroke
snow
slips
sleepiness
shoes
risk
restraints
rest
postural hypotension
poor vision
parkinsons
pain
osteoporosis
obstacles
nutrition
mobility
medication
lighting
exercise
poor judgement
injury
illness
hip protectors
grab bars
footwear
falls
fall mats
environment
diseases
dehydration
confusion
clutter
clothing
balance
age
assistive devices
arthritis
agitation

Body regions Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

chest thoracic
arm brachial
wrist carpal
manual hand
pedal foot
thigh femoral
eye ocular
breast mammary
armpit axillary
inner elbow anticubital
groin inguinal
finters or toes phalangeal
kneecap patellar
ankle tarsal
crown of head parietal
base of skull occipital
neck cervical
lateral shoulder deltoid
lower back lumbar
shoulder blade acromial
head cephalic
back of knee popliteal
hip iliac
heel clacaneal

mobility Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mobilty is required for __________ health optimal
Devise used to walk Cane
inability to move immobility
loss of physical fitness decondition
GI complication of immobilty constipation
pressure of the skin reduces_______ to the tissues perfusion
____________ walker rolling
Psychological compliation of immobility Depression
unable to use the lower half of the body paraplegia
Used to help an amputee walk prostheses
ROM Rangeofmotion
MS Multiesclerosis

Hip Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the concave part of the hip joint acetabulum
the Y ligament iliofemoral ligament
inflammation of a bursa; pain is experienced in the groin or anterior thigh psoas bursitis
a muscle length test that focuses on the hip flexors thomas test
exercises done on all fours; both hands and knees quadraped
a way to stretch the piriformis figure four
an innominate bone of the hip that is the most inferior ischium
a pelvic tilt where the pelvis rotates forward anterior
a syndrome that is caused by weakness of the hip extensors piriformis
the underlying pathology that accounts for most primary total hip procedures osteoarthritis
a fixation type that allows for early postoperative weight baring cement fixation
a surgical approach where the incision is centered over the greater trochanter, lateral to the TFL anterolateral
an injury often seen in the elderly population hip fracture
the part of the femur that attaches the head to the shaft neck
what does the straight leg raise stretch? hamstrings
an exercise that strengthens the hip extensors; the pt. lifts and lowers hips in supine with feet on floor bridging
squats are an example of this kind of exercise type closed chain
an increase in the torsion of the femoral neck anteversion
a test showing weakness in the gluteus medius tandelenburg
the only quadriceps muscle that crosses two joints rectus femoris

Rad Tech Week 2016 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who invented x-rays? Roentgen
X-ray __________________. Tube
Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize? Curie
break in the bone fracture
Pelvic _____________. GIRDLE
The joint that the distal femur and proximal tib/fib make. Knee
Abbreviation for kilovolatge peak. KVP
The greater trochanter is located at this joint. hip
Thigh bone. Femur
The most inferior, posterior, and lateral point on the angle of the mandible. Gonion
There are 24 _______________ that make up the spine. Vertebrae
We use this body part to listen. Ear
a side of the body left
We use this part of our body to smell. nose
the upper most portion of the skeleton. skull
The abbreviation for the Radiology Technologist credentials RT