Fall, 2009
 
Across

1. NOCTURIA—The need to urinate at night
5. MICROPHTHALMIA—Small eye or eyes
9. MACROGLOSSIA—An unusual protuberance of the tongue
11. CLEFT—An abnormal division in the lip
13. BAREAREA—The region of the liver not covered by peritoneum
14. COWPERS—Another name for the bulbourethral gland
15. PANNUS—A hanging flap of tissue
16. ADVENTITIA—The outer wall layer of a vessel
17. MEIGS—Syndrome of ascites and pleural effusion in the presence of an ovarian fibrous tumor
18. INFERTILITY—The inability to conceive a child after 1 year of unprotected intercourse
19. PSEUDOMYXOMAPERITONEI—Intraperitoneal extension of mucin-secreting cells that results from the rupture of a mucinous tumor

Down

2. ANEUPLOIDY—A condition of having an abnormal number of chromosomes
3. TAMOXIFEN—Breast cancer drug that inhibits the effects of estrogen in the breast
4. CYCLOPIA—Fusion of the orbits
6. HEPATOMA—The malignant tumor associated with hepatocellular carcinoma
7. FUSIFORM—Shaped like a spindle
8. DUCTUSARTERIOSUS—Fetal shunt that connects the pulmonary artery to the aortic arch
10. LS—Ratio for predicting fetal lung maturity
12. VALSALVA—Maneuver performed by attempting to forcibly exhale while keeping the mouth and nose closed
15. PAPILLARY—The most common form of thyroid cancer