TerminologyJeopardy - Boyland

Great Medical Terminology Game, Ms. Boyland! Her presentation contains definitions from 10 different chapters. Use the box in the lower right corner to navigate back to the home board for more questions.

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Great Medical Terminology Game, Ms. Boyland! Her presentation contains definitions from 10 different chapters. Use the box in the lower right corner to navigate back to the home board for more questions.
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  1. Terminology Jeopardy

    Slide 1 - Terminology Jeopardy

    • Do you know the correct question to the answer?
    • By: Terrika Boyland
  2. Body Structure and Directional Terminology

    Slide 2 - Body Structure and Directional Terminology

    • Musculoskeletal System and Connective Tissue
    • Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue
    • Digestive System
    • Genitourinary System
    • Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Puerperium
    • Circulatory System and Combining Terms
    • Respiratory System
    • Nervous System
    • Endocrine System and Nutritional & Metabolic Diseases
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  3. Slide 3

    • The normal dynamic process of balance needed to maintain a healthy body
  4. Slide 4

    • What is
    • HOMEOSTASIS?
  5. Slide 5

    • Elimination of nitrogenous waste?
  6. Slide 6

    • What is URINARY SYSTEM?
  7. Slide 7

    • The cut apart, the study of the structure of the body.
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    • What is ANATOMY?
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    • The area that is approximately two thirds of the distance between the navel and the hip bone in the Right Lower Quadrant
  10. Slide 10

    • What is
    • MCBURNEY’S POINT?
  11. Slide 11

    • Is the meaning of the combining form Viscer/o
  12. Slide 12

    • What is
    • ORGAN?
  13. Slide 13

    • Also known as the breastbone
  14. Slide 14

    • What is the
    • STERNUM?
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    • Smaller lower lateral leg bone
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    • What is the FIBULA?
  17. Slide 17

    • Strong bands of white fibrous connective tissue that connects one bone to another at the joints
  18. Slide 18

    • What is a
    • LIGAMENT?
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    • Articulation between the acetabulum of the hip and the femur
  20. Slide 20

    • What is
    • HIP JOINT?
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    • Articulation between the last cervical vertebrae (C7) and the first thoracic Vertebra (T1)
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    • What is the
    • CERVICOTHORACIC VERTEBRAL JOINT?
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    • Any visible, localized abnormality of skin tissue
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    • What is a
    • LESION?
  25. Slide 25

    • Irritated or allergic response of the skin that can lead to an acute or chronic inflammation
  26. Slide 26

    • What is
    • CONTACT DERMATITIS?
  27. Slide 27

    • Inflammation of the hair follicles, which may be superficial or deep, acute or chronic
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    • What is
    • FOLLICULITIS?
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    • This cancerous tumor arises from mutated melanocytes. This particular cancer is the leading cause of death from all skin diseases
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    • What is
    • MALIGNANT MELANOMA?
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    • Use of a nonporous occlusive dressing to cover a treated area to enhance the absorption and effectiveness of a medication
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    • What is
    • OCCLUSIVE THERAPY?
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    • Pertaining to surrounding the tooth
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    • What is
    • PERIODONTAL?
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    • Structure behind the peritoneum
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    • What is
    • RETROPERITONEUM?
  37. Slide 37

    • To secrete within/ outside
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    • What is
    • ENDOCRINE/EXOCRINE?
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    • Acute or chronic inflammation of the stomach that ay be accompanied by anorexia (lack of appetite), nausea, an vomiting, or indigestion
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    • What is
    • GASTRITIS?
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    • Inflammation of the ileum or the colon that is of idiopathic origin. Also called regional or granulomatous enteritis.
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    • What is
    • CROHN’S DISEASE?
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    • Process of urine/urinary system
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    • What is
    • URINATION?
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    • Condition of urine leaking outside of the bladder and into surrounding tissues. May be due to trauma or a stone.
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    • What is
    • EXTRAVASATION OF URINE?
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    • Inability of the kidneys to excrete wastes, concentrate urine, and conserve electrolytes. May be acute or chronic
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    • What is
    • RENAL FAILURE?
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    • Abnormal enlargement of the prostate gland surrounding the urethra, leading to difficulty with urination
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    • What is
    • BENIGN PROSTATIC HYERPLASIA?
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    • Cutting out the prostate in sections through a urethra approach. This procedure is the ost common type of prostatectomy. The approach may be through the urethra, above the pubic bone or through the perineum.
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    • What is
    • TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF THE PROSTATE?
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    • Implantation of the embryo in any location but the uterus
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    • What is
    • ECTOPIC PREGNANCY?
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    • Extremely serious form of hypertension secondary to pregnancy
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    • What is
    • ECLAMPSIA IN PREGNANCY?
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    • Lack of cervical closure during pregnancy. May lead to early termination of pregnancy
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    • What is
    • CERVICAL INCOMPETENCE?
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    • Removal and analysis of a sample of amniotic fluid with the use of a guided needle through the abdomen of the mother into the amniotic sac to diagnose fetal abnormalities
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    • What is
    • AMNIOCENTESIS?
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    • Suturing the cervix closed to prevent a spontaneous abortion in a woman with an incompetent cervix.
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    • What is
    • CERCLAGE?
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    • The largest artery
    • in the body
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    • What is the
    • AORTA?
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    • Combining form POPLITE/O
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    • What is
    • BACK OF KNEE?
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    • Combining term for Kidney
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    • What is
    • REN/O?
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    • Combining form
    • TARS/O
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    • What is
    • ANKLE?
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    • Combining form for THROAT,NECK
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    • What is
    • JUGUL/O?
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    • Abnormal, periodic cessation of breathing
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    • What is
    • APNEA?
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    • Abnormal enlargement of the distal phalanges as a result of diminished oxygen in the blood
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    • What is
    • CLUBBING?
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    • Condition of deficient oxygen in the blood
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    • What is
    • HYPOXEMIA?
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    • SOB
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    • What is
    • SHORTNESS OF BREATHE?
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    • Continuous sounds heard during inspiration and/ or expiration.
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    • What is
    • WHEEZING?
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    • Loss of memory caused by brain damage or severe emotional trauma
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    • What is
    • AMNESIA?
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    • Deep, prolonged unconsciousness from which the patient cannot be aroused
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    • What is a
    • COMA?
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    • Involuntary muscle contraction of sudden onset. Examples are hiccoughs, tics, and stuttering
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    • What is
    • SPASM?
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    • Condition in which the spinal column has an abnormal opening that allows protrusion of the meninges and/or the sinal cord
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    • What is
    • SPINA BIFIDA?
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    • Serious head injury characterized by one or of the following: loss of consciousness, amnesia, seizures, or a change in mental health
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    • What is a
    • CONCUSSION?
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    • Condition of deficient water in the body
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    • What is
    • DEHYDRATION?
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    • Excessive fat in the blood. May be due to genetic causes
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    • What is
    • HYPERLIPIDEMIA?
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    • Inherited disorder of the exocrine glands resulting in abnormal, thick secretions, of mucus that causes COPD.
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    • What is
    • CYSTIC FIBROSIS?
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    • A condition of patients who are 50% to 100% over their ideal body weight.
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    • What is
    • MORBID OBESITY?
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    • Pancreatic cancer; fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Treated surgically with a Whipple procedure.
  102. Slide 102

    • What is
    • ISLET CELL CARCINOMA?