Type
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macrobes
microbes
cells
eaters
disease
platelets
bone marrow
plasma
immume system
inflamation
macrophages
phagocytes

The Immune System Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Rheumatid Arthritis
Lupus
Allergies
Interferon
Killer T cells
Pathogen
Helper T Cell
Fever
Autoimmune Disease
Antihistamine
Immune Response
Inflammatory Response
Antibiotic
Vaccine
Macrophage
T-Cell
B-Cell
Bone Marrow
Thymus Gland
Leukocyte
Lymphocyte
Antibody
Antigen
Immunology

immune system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

lymph follows venous flow
lymph is pulled from plasma
Lymphatic vessels have these to keep lymph going one direction- valves
Intestinal lymphatic tissue peyers patches
where t cells mature thymus
micro-organisms and invaders in the blood are called pathogens
stores blood in the body, and is located in the upper left quadrant of the stomach spleen
largest percent of blood cells in the body erythrocytes
white blood cells leukocytes
secretes antibodies B cells
proteins produced by B cells that destroy antigens antibodies
white blood cells that destroy debris macrophage
makes clots thrombocytes
axillary, inguinal, popliteal, terminus and cisterna, chyli lymph nodes
liquid connective tissue blood
clear watery fluid that surrounds cells lymph
thrombocytes AKA platelets
gland that provides immune support early in life thymus
these remove and filter pathogens and debris from lymphatic fluid nodes
where ALL lymph nodes drain heart
lymphatic massage starts here tonsils
example of specific immunity vaccinations
lymphocytes are formed in red bone marrow
fluid between tissue cells interstitial
where the largest amount of lymph fluid drains thoracic duct
lymphatic massage strengthens the immune system
white blood cells that filter out old red blood cells macrophages
number of superficial lymph node locations three

Blood and Lymphatic Systems Crossword

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Description

condition characterized by reduction of red blood cells, a deficiency of hemoglobin and hematocrit in the blood, or an increased destruction of red blood cells. Anemia
(aplastic anemia) failure of the normal process of cell generation and development. Aplasia
platelet count below 100,000 mm3. Thrombocytopenia
grave coagulopathy resulting from the over stimulation of the normal clotting and clot dissolution processes in response to disease or injury, DIC
abnormal increase in the number of circulating red blood cells and also increased production of granulocytes and platelets. Erythrocytosis
a condition capable of causing great injury, destruction, or death unless treated. Pernicious
reduction or absence of all three major blood elements (red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets) from the bone marrow. Pancytopenic
absence of anti-hemophilic factor VIII; essential for conversion of prothrombin to thrombin through intrinsic clotting pathway. Hemophilia_A
excessive bone marrow production of myeloid cells (includes RBC, platelets, granulocytes and agranulocytes). Myeloproliferative
having two different genes Heterozygous
having two identical genes inherited from each parent for a given hereditary characteristic. Homozygous
malignant neoplastic immunodeficiency disease of the bone marrow. Multiple_myeloma
primary or secondary disorder characterized by the accumulation of lymph fluid in soft tissue, resulting in edema. Lymphedema
inflammation of one or more lymphatic vessels or channels that usually results from an acute streptococcal or staphylococcal infection in an extremity. Lymphangitis
cause unknown. Idiopathic
low white blood cell count. Leukopenia
malignant disorder of the hematopoietic system in which an excess of leukocytes accumulates in the bone marrow and lymph nodes. Leukemia

Cardiovascular System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the fluid portion of the blood plasma
red blood cells erythrocytes
the oxygen-transporting pigment of erythrocytes hemoglobin
white blood cell leukocytes
a white blood cell with secretory granules in its cytoplasm (ex. eosinophil/basophil) granulocytes
the most abundant of the white blood cells neutrophils
granular white blood cells whose granules readily take up a stain called eosin eosinophils
white blood cells whose granules stain deep blue with basic dye; have a relatively pale nucleus and granular-appearing cytoplasm basophils
white blood cells with a one-lobed nucleus. no granules in cytoplasm agranuloctyes
agranular white blood cells formed in the bone marrow that mature in the lymphoid tissue lymphocytes
large single-nucleus white blood cell; agranular leukocyte monocytes
one of the irregular cell fragments of blood; involved in clotting platelets
formation of blood cells hematopoiesis
stem cells that give rise to all the formed elements of the blood hemocytoblast
the stopping of a flow of blood hemostasis
the stout wall separating the lower chambers of the heart from one another interventricular septum
begins at the base of the right ventricle, branches into two pulmonary arteries which deliver deoxygenated blood to the corresponding lung pulmonary trunk
bicuspid and tricuspid atrioventricular valves
cord-like tendons that connect the papillary muscles to the tricuspid valve and the mitral valve in the heart (heart strings) chordae tendineae
lub dub, lub dub heart sounds
a condition in which the heart produces or is apt to produce a recurring sound indicative of disease or damage murmur
abnormally high blood pressure hypertension
a disease of the arteries characterized by the deposition of plaques of fatty material on their inner walls atherosclerosis
the membranous sac enveloping the heart pericardium
a chamber of the heart receiving blood from the veins; superior heart chambers atria
discharging chambers of the heart ventricles
system of blood vessels that carry blood to and from the lungs for gas exchange pulmonary circulation
major systemic artery; arises from the left ventricle of the heart aorta
systems of blood vessels that carries nutrient- and oxygen-rich blood to all the body organs systemic circulation
valves that prevent blood return to the ventricles after contraction semilunar valves
the contraction phase of heart activity systole
a period (between contractions) of relaxation of the heart during which it fills with blood diastole
a volume of blood ejected by a ventricle during systole stroke volume
sequence of events encompassing one complete contraction and relaxation of the atria and ventricles of the heart cardiac cycle

The Circulatory System Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

flow
pulse
beat
pump
cardiovascular
red blood cells
white blood cells
platelets
plasma
pressure
blood vessels
aorta
vena cava
jugular
carotid artery
mesenteric artery
hepatic vein
renal artery
pulmonary vein
heart
lungs
kidneys
liver
carbon dioxide
oxygen
heart attack
stroke
angina
pacemaker
myocardial infarction

Hematology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

refers to blood, stem cells, bone marrow, or other tissue that is transferred from one person to another Allogeneic
a drug that prevents blood clots from forming anticoagulant
refers to blood or other tissue derived from a person's own body autologous
refers to a non-cancerous disease that does not spread throughout the body benign
the soft, spongy tissue inside of bones where blood cells are produced bone marrow
the process by which blood clots coagulation
a test that provides information about the types and numbers of cells in one's blood complete blood count
a type of white blood cell that mediates allergic reactions and defends the body from infection by parasites and bacteria eosinophil
also called the red blood cell erythrocyte
a type of white blood cell that includes neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils granulocyte
the percentage of the whole blood volume that is made up of red blood cells hematocrit
blood that is circulating through the body's blood vessels and heart peripheral blood
part of the complete blood count, a blood test used to evaluate bleeding and clotting disorders platelet count

non-specific immunity Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

chemical markers on the outer membrane of a pathogen antigens
protein molecules that attatch to the antigens on the surface of the pathogen opsonins
the most common type of phagocyte neutrophils
pathogens are engulfed by ........ forming a phagosome endocytosis
Macrophages travel in the blood as ...... monocytes
phagocytes have a ..... nucleus lobed
a type of macrophage found in peripheral tissues dendritic
type of cell that provides long-term immunity memory
chemicals that stimulate the differentiation and activity of macrophages cytokines
macrophages are manufactured in the ..... marrow bone
Activation of s[ecific B and T cells is caleed ..... selection clonal

Blood Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

White blood cells leukocytes
active phagocytes neutrophils
not classified as cells themselves platelets
There is 0.2 milligrams of what in your body? gold
phagocytize large particles monocytes
attack infections, viruses, and early stages of cancer lymphocytes
Red blood cells carry away what? carbon dioxide
plasma can be separated from the cells by spinning blood in what device? centrifuge
mixture of proteins, enzymes, nutrients, hormones, and gases plasma
aggregates of blood cells in the yolk sac blood island
Hematopoiesis in children occurs where? long bones
makes up around 7% of the weight of a human body blood
The development of different blood cells from HSCs to mature cells hematopoiesis
allergic response and attack parasites eosinophils
Red blood cells erythrocytes

LAB WEEK CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

Lab Tech Medical Technologist
LIS Cerner
Flow cytometry assay for enumerating T and B cells LYMPHOCYTESUBSETS
ELISA lab instrument IMMULITE
Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria PNH
Hemoglobinopathy lab EDL
Lymphocyte functional assay MITOGENS
Laboratory office personnel CSR
Bone marrow biopsy needle JAMSHIDI
Platelet ___________ assay AGGREGATION
MSDS location CENTERLINK
Annual CCHMC requirement (two words) Flu shot
Refrigeration Maintenance and Monitoring System RMMS
PPE attire LABCOAT
Radioactive element used in culture assays tritium
Component of a clinical procedure Reagents
Run with lab tests to ensure the adequacy of patient results control
Used for sealing or protecting flasks or tubes of blood parafilm
Found in the flammable storage cabinet ethanol
04, Fred, 03, 60, Ginger, 54 Facscanto

Immune System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is immunity achieved when the body makes antibodies against antigen? active immunity
Antibodies produced by plasma cells in response to antigenic stimulation? immunoglobulins
This is a group of cells that come from a single cell; genetically identical. clone
It is the ability to resist and overcome injury by pathogens or antigenic substances. immunity
What is a macromolecule that elicits an immune response by lymphocytes? antigen
It is an enlarged monocyte that eats foreign material. macrophages
A short-acting immunity achieved when the person is given antibodies mad by another. passive immunity
group of proteins in the blood that are concerned with phagocytosis compliment proteins
It is antigens that have been altered in order to produce active immunity without causing the disease. vaccine
What are substances that react with a specific antigen? antibodies
What is the eating of pathogens or cellular debris? phagocytes
A foreign substance or antigen that stimulates an allergic reaction? allergen
It is immunity against one’s own tissue. autoimmunity
The body’s response to infection or injury. inflammation
Lymphocytes that engage in antibody-mediated immunity. B Lymphocytes
It is a group of proteins in the blood that are concerned with phagocytosis. complement proteins
They are substances produced by a virus-infected cell. interferons
A type of lymphocyte that engages in cell-mediated immunity. T Lymphocytes