GAME NAME:

ANATOMY 3 CIRCULATORY -

SINGLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

TYPES OF BLOOD VESSELS

VESSELS

BLOOD CELLS

BLOOD

HEART CALCES

VALVES

PARTS OF THE HEART

HEART

DISEASES AND DISORDERS

DISEA SES

MISCELLANEOUS

MISC

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

CARRY BLOOD AWAY FROM

THE HEART

ARTERIES

BLOOD CELLS THAT FIGHT

INFECTION

LEUKOCYTES

VALVE BETWEEN RIGHT

ATRIUM AND RIGHT VENTRICLE

TRICUSPID

MUSCLE LAYER OF THE HEART

MYOCARDIUM

INHERITED DISEASE THAT

OCCURS IN MALES WHERE

BLOOD IS UNABLE TO CLOT

HEMOPHILIA

THE AVERAGE ADULT HAS

THIS MUCH BLOOD

4 TO 6 QUARTS

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

THIN WALLS CONTAINING ONLY

ONE LAYER OF CELLS

CAPILLARIES

CONTAIN HEMOGLOBIN

ERYTHROCYTES

VALVE BETWEEN THE LEFT

ATRIUM AND THE LEFT

VENTRICLE

MISTRAL

CHAMBER OF THE HEART

THAT RECEIVES

UNOXYGENATED BLOOD

RIGHT ATRIUM

CONDITION THAT OCCURS

WHEN HEAT CANNOT SUPPLY

ENOUGH BLOOD TO THE BODY

CONGESTIVE HEART

FAILURE

THE LARGEST ARTERY IN THE

BODY

AORTA

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

CONTAIN VALVES TO PREVENT

BLOOD FROM FLOWING IN A

BACKWARD DIRECTION

VEINS

BLOOD PROTEIN THAT

CARRIES BOTH OXYGEN AND

CARBON DIOXIDE

HEMOGLOBIN

LOCATED BETWEEN THE LEFT

VENTRICLE AND THE AORTA

AORTIC VALVE

DOUBLE LAYERED MEMBRANE

THAT COVERS OUTSIDE OF

HEART

PERICARDIUM

BALLOONING OUT OF OR SAC

LIKE FORMATION ON AN

ARTERY WALL

ANEURYSM

FOREIGN SUBSTANCE

CIRCULATING IN THE BLOOD

STREAM

EMBOLUS

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

SMALLEST BRANCHES OF

ARTERIES

ARTERIOLES

PLATELETS

THROMBOCYTES

LOCATED BETWEEN THE RIGHT

VENTRICLE AND THE

PULMONARY ARTERY

PULMONARY VALVE

CHAMBER OF THE HEART

THAT RECEIVES OXYGENATED

BLOOD

LEFT ATRIUM

BLOCKAGE IN THE CORONARY

ARTERIES CUTS OFF SUPPLY

OF BLOOD TO THE HEART

MYOCARDIAL

INFARCTION

THE PACEMAKER OF THE

HEART

SINOATRIAL NODE

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

SMALLEST VEINS

VENULES

BLOOD PROTEIN USED FOR

CLOTTING

PROTHROMBIN OR

FIBRINOGEN

MUSCULAR WALL THAT

SEPARATES THE HEART INTO

RIGHT SIDE AND LEFT SIDE

SEPTUM

SMOOTH INSIDE LINING OF THE

HEART

ENDOCARDIUM

DILATED SWOLLEN VEINS

THAT HAVE LOST ELASTICITY

AND CAUSES STASIS

VARICOSE VEINS

HARDENING OR THICKENING OF

THE ARTERIAL WALL

ARTERIOSCLEROSIS

 CATEGORY:   

CIRCULATORY DISEASE  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

INFLAMMATION OF THE HEARTMUSCLE CAUSES BYBACTERIA, VIRUS OR FUNGUS   

 Response:   

MYOCARDITIS

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 GAME NAME:

ANATOMY 3 CIRCULATORY -

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

DISEASE AND DISORDERS

DISEA SES

LYMPHATIC VESSELS

VESSELS

ORGANS OF THE LYMPHATIC

SYSTEM

ORGANS

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

TERMS

IMMUNE SYSTEM

IMMUNE

MISCELLANEOUS

MISC

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

A MALIGNANT DISORDER

CHARACTERIZED BY PAINLESS,

PROGRESSIVE ENLARGEMENT

OF LYMPH NODES

HODGKIN'S DISEASE

TUBES THAT ARE IN THE

INTERSTITIAL SPACES OF THE

BODY TISSUE

LYMPHATIC

CAPILLARIES

LYMPH TISSUE LOCATED IN

THE CENTER OF THE UPPER

CHEST

THYMUS

ABSENCE OF A SPLEEN

ASPLENIA

POPULARLY CALLED LYMPH

GLANDS

LYMPH NODES

THIN , WATERY FLUID

COMPOSED OF

INTERCELLULAR FLUID

LYMPH

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

INFLAMMATION OF THE

TONSILS

TONSILLITIS

PICK UP DIGESTED FATS AND

LIPIDS

LACTEALS

LOCATED ON EACH SIDE OF

THE SOFT PALATE

PALATINE TONSILS

TUMOR MADE UP OF

LYMPHATIC TISSUE

LYMPHOMA

FOREIGN BODY

ANTIGEN

LARGE SINGLE NUCLEUS WHITE

CELLS

MONOCYTES

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

LIFE THREATENING CONDITION

CAUSED BY FAILURE OF THE

ADRENAL GLANDS

ADDISON'S DISEASE

STORAGE AREA FOR PURIFIED

LYMPH

CYSTERNA CHYLI

PRODUCES LEUKOCYTES AND

ANTIBODIES AND DESTROYS

OLD ERYTHROCYTES

SPLEEN

RUPTURE OF THE SPLEEN

SPLENORRHEXIS

PRODUCES ANTIBODIES AND

LYMPHOCYTES EARLY IN LIFE

THYMUS

INFLAMMATION OR INFECTION

OF THE LYMPH NODES

ADENITIS

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

WORM BLOCKS THE

LYMPHATIC VESSELS AND

CAUSES EDEMA AND

SWELLING

ELEPHANTIASIS

DRAINS THE LYMPH FROM THE

BODY

THORACIC DUCT

LOCATED ON THE BACK OF

THE TONGUE

LINGUAL TONSILS

ENLARGEMENT OF THE LYMPH

NODES

LYMPHADENOPATHY

SUBSTANCES MADE BY THE

BODY TO PRODUCE IMMUNITY

TO AN ANTIGEN

ANTIBODIES

SPACES BETWEEN TISSUE

INTERSTITIAL

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

ENLARGED SPLEEN

SPLENOMEGALY

RECEIVES PURIFIED LYMPH

RIGHT LYMPHATIC DUCT

LOCATED IN THE

NASOPHARYNX

PHARYNGEAL TONSILS

SURGICAL REMOVAL OF THE

THYMES GLAND

THYMECTOMY

CELLS THAT SURROUND, EAT

AND DIGEST

MICROORGANISMS

PHAGOCYTES

DEFICIENCY OF WHITE BLOOD

CELLS

LEUKOPENIA

 CATEGORY:   

CIRCULATORY DISEASE  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

INFLAMMATION OF THE HEARTMUSCLE CAUSES BYBACTERIA, VIRUS OR FUNGUS   

 Response:   

MYOCARDITIS

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