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Chest View lateral
breathing for P-A chest x-ray inspiration
pattern of lung parenchymal disease alveolar
Cause of an opacified hemithorax atelectasis
forms a silhouette sign with the right middle lobe right middle lobe
The lingulas are located in the _______ ________ lobe. left upper
View to evaluate for pleural effusion lateral decubitus
location of magenblase stomach
when taking a lateral chest x-ray, the _______side of the patient should be closest to the film left
Ranke/primary complex is residual of __________ tuberculosis primary
area behind the sternum__________clear space retrosternal
air spaces are the_________ alveoli
airways are ___________ bronchioles
lung segment classification system Boyden
B-1 segment apical
a differential for blunted costophrenic angle tumor
sarcoidosis is most common in females
type of interstitial pattern reticular
B-5 segment in the right lung medial
number of views in a standard chest series two
test to detect sarcoidosis Kveim
aortic knob is what part of the aorta? arch
blood vessel used for Rigler Hoffman measurement inferiorvenacava
Abnormal Rigler Hoffman sign is due to an enlarged________ leftventricle
Discovered x-rays Roentgen
SID for Lateral chest x-ray_______inches seventytwo
fissure not seen on a P-A chest radiograph oblique
most common accessory fissure inferior
radiographic density of the heart water
primary pattern of parenchymal disease that may cause an air bronchogram sign airspace
results when the diaphramatic musculature is replaced by a membranous tissue eventration
which hilum should never be the highest? right
the ________hemidiaphram is most commonly the lowest left
known as the "great imitator of lung disease" sarcoidosis
most common infectious disease in the world pneumonia
vein that creates an accessory lobe azygos

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Lymphatic System Crossword

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Malignant tumor of lymph nodes and lymphatic tissue. Lymphoma
Clear fluid that is found in lymph vessels and produced from fluid surrounding cells. Lymph
Disease of lymph nodes (glands). Lymphadenopathy
Dilation of small lymph vessels; often resulting from obstruction in large lymph vessels. Lymphangiectasis
An example of lymphoma. Hodgkin
Inflammatory disease in which small nodules, or tubercles, form in lymph nodes and other organs. Sarcoidosis
X-ray views in the transverse plaine for the diagnosis of abnormalities in lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, spleen, and thymus gland). CTScan
Acute infectious disease with enlargement of lymph nodes and increased numbers of lymphocytes and monocytes in the bloodstream. Mononucleosis
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome AIDS
Human immunodeficiency syndrome HIV
Blood-forming organ in early life; later a storage organ for red blood cells and a source of lyphocytes. Spleen
The ______ gland also produces lymphocytes. Thymus
Lymph originates in the spaces around cells and travels in _____ _______, and xxxxx xxxxx to a large vein in the neck. lymph vessels
Lymph originates in the spaces around cells and travels in xxxxx xxxxxxx, and _____ _____ to a large vein in the neck. lymph nodes
Lymph nodes located in the neck area are called ________ lymph nodes. Cervical
Lymph nodes located in the groin are called ________ lymph nodes. Inguinal
Lymph nodes located in the armpit are called ________ lymph nodes. axillary
Precise blood test to detect antibodies to specific antigens, as in HIV infection. ELISA

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Major parts of the brain Crossword

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The cerebrum is the largest part of the brain in mammals. It is composed of the frontal, parietal, occipital, and temporal lobes. cerebrum
This lobe lies between the occipital bone and the parieto-occipital sulcus. It functions to receive and interpret visual signals. Occipital lobe
These are the shallow groves in the surface of the cerebrum. Sulci
This lobe lies between the temporal bone and the lateral sulcus. It functions in memory, vison, learning, hearing, and emotional behavior. temporal lobe
These structures lie between the frontal bones and the central sulcus, and above the eye orbits. They have motor functions, but also deal with aggression, mood, foresight, motivation, and social judgements. frontal lobes
The spinal or nerve cord is located in the vertebral foramen. It begins at the foramen magnum and ends at the conus medullaris in the lumbar region. It conducts sensory impulses to the brain and motor impulses from the brain to the body spinal cord
These structures lie between the parietal bones and the central sulcus. They function in integration of sensory information with the exception of vision, hearing, and smell. parietal lobes
These are the thick folds in the surface of the cerebrum. gyri
The second largest part of the brain in mammals and the largest part of the brain in birds. The cerebellum is involved in the regulation of posture and balance, fine motor control of skeletal muscles, and repetitive movements. cerebellum
This fissure is a deep groove separating the cerebrum into right and left halves. Longitudinal fissure
An endocrine gland directly attached to the hypothalamus. It is divided into anterior and posterior portions. Anterior pituitary produce hormones which regulate other endocrine glands, and directly affects target cells. Posterior pituitary functions to store and release hormones produced by the hypothalamus. pituitary gland
The longitudinal fissure divides the cerebrum into right and left cerebral hemispheres. Cerebral hemisphere
The region that regulates the day/night cycle. Secretes the hormone motion melatonin, which effects sleepiness. pineal body
The structure that is the major integration system between various organ systems and the nervous system. It coordinates activities of both the nervous and endocrine systems, and between voluntary and autonomic activities. It is attached directly to the pituitary gland. hypothalamus
The part of the brain that contains the nerve tracts and physically joins the two cerebral hemispheres. Corpus callosum
This structure functions to integrate all sensory information (with the exception of smell) from the body, and channels it into proper processing regions in the cerebrum. thalamus
A structure that processes olfactory information and contains centers for reflex movements involved in eating, such as chewing, licking, and swallowing. mammillary body
The medulla is at the base of the brain stem. It contains nerve centers for the regulation of heart rate, blood vessel diameter, respiration, swallowing, vomiting coughing, sneezing, and hiccoughing. Medulla oblongata
A region that is also called the “mesencephalon”. It is located above the pons and is the smallest part of the brain stem. The oculomotor, trochlear, and trigeminal cranial nerves originate in this area. midbrain
A structure that is located on the bottom-center of the brain where the two optic nerve cross. Optic chiasma
The pons is located just above the medulla, on the brain stem. It works with the medulla to control respiration and helps regulate sleep. It is the origin for the trigeminal, abducens, facial, and vestibulocochlear cranial nerves pons
These bulbs are located just below the frontal lobes. They function in the sense of smell. Olfactory bulbs

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The Circulatory System Crossword

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What is the most important muscle in the circulatory system? Heart
The circulatory system transports_______in the blood. Oxygen
What is the organ that gives oxygen to the blood? Lungs
What carries the oxygenated-rich blood away from the heart? arteries
What carries the blood to your heart? Veins
The blood enters the heart through the______. Atria
The heart is located to the______of your chest. Left
The blood leaves your heart through the______? Ventricles
What allows the blood to flow quickly through your body? BloodVessels
Every blood vessel has a thin layer of_________. endothelium
What keeps a body system together? Tissues
The most common heart disease is?(shortened form) CAD
What causes high blood pressure due to physcological stress? Hypertension

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Points, Lines and Planes Crossword

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marks a location and is named by a capital letter; it has no thickness and 0 dimension. Point
An infinite set of points that goes on forever; it has no thickness and it is one dimensional Line
A flat surface that goes on forever in two directions; an infinite set of points; it has no thickness and is two dimensional. Plane
Points that lie on the same line. Collinear
Points that lie on the same plane. Coplanar
Part of a line consisting of two end points and all the points between them. Line Segment
Part of a line that starts at a particular point and extends infinitely in one direction. Ray
Two lines that intersect to form right angles. Perpendicular
Lines that do not intersect but are in the same plane. Parallel
Two rays that share a common endpoint but extends in opposite directions and makes a line. Opposite ray
A point that divides a segment into two congruent segments. Midpoint
Marks the end of a line segment or ray. Endpoint

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Medical Detectives-Isaiah Wrenn Crossword

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nearer the front, especially situated in the front of the body or nearer to the head anterior
further back in position; of or nearer the rear or hind end, especially of the body or a part of it posterior
situated on or toward the upper side of the body, equivalent to the back, or posterior, in humans dorsal
situated on or toward the lower, abdominal plane of the body; equivalent to the front, or anterior, in humans. ventral
dissecting pin are used to hold down the body of your specimen when being dissected dissecting pins
Goggles or safety glasses are forms of protective eyewear that usually enclose or protect the area surrounding the eye in order to prevent particulates, water or chemicals from striking the eyes. They are used in chemistry laboratories and in woodworking. safety goggles
a pair of pincers or tweezers used in surgery or in a laboratory forceps
In surgery, a probe is a slender flexible rod with a blunt end used to explore, for example, an opening to see where it goes blunt probe
a knife with a small, sharp, sometimes detachable blade, as used by a surgeon. scalpel
a specialized cell transmitting nerve impulses neuron
the central trunk of the mammalian brain, consisting of the medulla oblongata, pons, and midbrain, and continuing downward to form the spinal cord. brainstem
the part of the brain at the back of the skull in vertebrates. Its function is to coordinate and regulate muscular activity. cerebellum
the tough outermost membrane enveloping the brain and spinal cord. dura mater
is a neural structure of the vertebrate forebrain involved in olfaction, or the sense of smell. Flow of olfactory information from receptors to glomeruli layer. olfactory bulb
the principal and most anterior part of the brain in vertebrates, located in the front area of the skull and consisting of two hemispheres, left and right, separated by a fissure. It is responsible for the integration of complex sensory and neural functions and the initiation and coordination of voluntary activity in the body. cerebrum
each of the second pair of cranial nerves, transmitting impulses to the brain from the retina at the back of the eye. optic nerve
The brain has three cerebral hemispheres, or sections: the forebrain, the midbrain, and the hindbrain. ... The forebrain is further divided into two halves, or hemispheres, which are located directly behind the forehead. Each hemisphere is divided into sections known as the frontal lobes. right frontal lobe
The part of each hemisphere of the brain located behind the forehead that serves to regulate and mediate the higher intellectual functions. The frontal lobes are important for controlling thoughts, reasoning, and behaviors left frontal lobe
is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals. The parietal lobe is positioned above the occipital lobe and behind the frontal lobe and central sulcus right parietal lobe
is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals. The parietal lobe is positioned above the occipital lobe and behind the frontal lobe and central sulcus. left parietal lobe
is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals. The occipital lobe is the visual processing center of the mammalian brain containing most of the anatomical region of the visual cortex right occipital lobe
is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals. The occipital lobe is the visual processing center of the mammalian brain containing most of the anatomical region of the visual cortex. ... Visually driven regions outside V1 are called extrastriate cortex. left occipital lobe
is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals. The temporal lobe is located beneath the lateral fissure on both cerebral hemispheres of the mammalian brain right temporal lobe
is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals. The temporal lobe is located beneath the lateral fissure on both cerebral hemispheres of the mammalian brain left temporal lobe
the X-shaped structure formed at the point below the brain where the two optic nerves cross over each other optic chiasm

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Definitions- Chapter 1 & 2 Crossword

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An angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees. Acute
An angle whose measure is 90 degrees. Right
An angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. Obtuse
An angle whose measure is 180 degrees. Straight
Coplanar angles that have a common side, common vertex, and no common interior points. Adjacent
A line, ray or segment that cuts an angle into two equal angles. Angle Bisector
Points that lie on the same line. Collinear
Points that lie in the same plane. Coplanar
Two angles whose sum is equal to 90 degrees. Complementary
Angles that have equal measure. Congruent Angles
Segments that have equal lengths. Congruent Segments
A drawing that shows a corner view of a 3-D figure that allows you to see the top, front and side of an object in the same drawing. Isometric
A pair of adjacent angles whose non-common sides form a line. Linear Pair
A point on a line segment that divides the segment in to equal lengths. Midpoint
A ________________ bisector is a line ray or segment that is perpendicular to the segment at its midpoint. Perpendicular
Lines that intersect and form right angles. Perpendicular Lines
A statement in geometry that is accepted as fact without proof. Postulate
Part of a line that consists of one endpoint and all points of the line on one side of the endpoint. Ray
Two rays that share the same endpoint and form a line. Opposite Rays
Part of a line that contains two endpoints and all points between them. Segment
A line, ray or segment that which cuts another line segment into equal parts. Segment Bisector
Two angles whose sum is equal to a straight angle or 180 degrees. Supplementary
A pair of angles whose sides form two pairs of opposite rays. Vertical Angles
A statement that is written in if-then form. Conditional
The part of a conditional statement that follows the if. Hypothesis
The part of a conditional statement that follows the then. Conclusion
A statement in geometry that is accepted as fact only after it has been proven. Theorem
____________ reasoning is a process of reasoning logically from given facts to reach a conclusion. Deductive
______________reasoning is a type of reasoning that reaches a conclusion based on a pattern of specific examples or past events to reach a conclusion. Inductive

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CHAPTERS 12/13 EKG STUDY CROSSWORD

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What pacemaker is also known as a single-chamber pacemaker and electrical impulse first stimulates the atrium and then travels down through the ventricles ATRIAL
Is indicated on an EKG strip when there is a P wave or QRS complex following each pacemaker spike CAPTURE
What kind of paints most common in presenting symptoms of cardiac disease CHEST
A common obstacle to the timely intervention by a health care provider when a patient complains of chest pain is DENIAL
Programmed to deliver electrical impulses at a consent selected rate FIXEDRATE
Collection of the blood within the pleural cavity HEMOTHORAX
What was designed to directly treat a cardiac tachydysrhymia ICD
Inability to perceive pain due to diseases to the nerves NEUROPATHY
Causes dilation of the blood vessels that consequently reduces the workload of the heart NITROGLYCERIN
Inflammation of the pericardial sac PERICARDITIS
Pacemaker implanted in the upper left chest PERMANENT
The collection of air within the pleural cavity PNEUMOTHORAX
The EKG wave produced by an artificial pacemaker is called a pacemaker what SPIKE
The most common cause of myocardial infraction is ___ formation that blocks a coronary artery THROMBUS

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Radiation Safety Crossword

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What is used to provide a measurement of radiation exposure? Film Badge
The primary risk from occupational radiation exposure is the increased risk of? Cancer
X-rays were discovered in 1895 by? Roentgen
One result of radiation interacting with a cell wall or DNA? Dies
As low as reasonably____________? Achievable
The 3 most common ways to control radiation exposure are time, __________, and shielding? distance
The absorbed dose is most often measured in ? grays
Name one of the 3 sources of x-ray exposure?(2 words) Medical radiation
The target of the x-ray tube is often made from? Tungsten
The dislodging of one or more electrons from an atom is called? Ionization
Increasing your distance from the source of radiation ___________ amount of the radiation received ? reduces

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Pneumonia & Pleural Effusion Crossword

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Left untreated, this may cause "honeycomb lung". Interstitial
Most common form of Pneumonia. Also known as "Pneumococcal" and "Lobar". Alveolar
Inflammation that originates in the bronchi (or bronchiolar mucosa), and spreads to the alveoli. Bronchopneumonia
Part of the lung most affected by pneumonia. Alveoli
____ of esophageal and gastric contents in the lung can lead to development of this kind of pneumonia. Aspiration
Radiographically, Interstitial pneumonia gives the heart a _____ appearance. Shaggy
Alveolar Pneumonia can be distinguished by its radiopaque appearance over a single ____? Lobe
Blunting of these structures is a common way to identify pleural effusion on a radiograph Costophrenicangles
The accumulation of fluid in the pleural space. Pleuraleffusion
Pleural Effusion appears ___ on a radiograph, as fluid consumes the space around the lungs Radiopaque

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Chest Crossword

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Number of ribs shown PA radiograph during good inspiration Ten
Chief muscle of inspiration Diaphragm
Lower concave area of each lung that rests on the diaphragm Base
Central area of each lung where bronchi, blood vessels, lymph vessels, and nerves enter and leave the lungs Hilum
Each lung is divided into 2 or 3 Lobes
Number of breaths prior to each exposure Two
Rounded upper area of the lungs above level of clavicles Apex
Small air sacs in lungs Alveoli
Common when foreign objects swallowed or aspirated into air passages Aspiration
Physics instructor Tami
Outer layer of pleural sec that lines inner surface of chest wall Parietal
Fibrous, muscular tube with approximately 20 C shaped rings Trachea
Passageway for food and fluids as well as air Pharynx
Abnormal accumulation of fluid in pleural cavity Pleural Effusion
Voice box Larynx
Organ connecting pharynx to stomach Esophagus
Plane parallel to IR during lateral chest x-ray Midsagittal
Shortness of breath Dyspnea
Positioning instructor Kelly
Air in pleural cavity Pneumothorax
Ring of cartilage that forms inferior and posterior wall of larynx Cricoid
Point where bronchi divide into right and left Carina
Inflammation of pleura membrane Pleurisy
Central ray of AP lordotic projection of the chest Midsternum
Primary bronchus that is wider and shorter than the other bronchus Right

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