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SHS 450 Multiple Choice Questions for Ch. 11 - Inner Ear Anatomy & Disorders (from textbook website)

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Sudden unilateral cochlear hearing loss may be caused by
a. spasm of the internal auditory artery
b. Meniere's disease
c. labyrinthitis
d. All of the above
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The small opening allowing pssage of perilymph from scala vestibuli to scala tympani is called
a. modiolus
b. spiral ligament
c. helicotrema
d. stria vascularis
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The structure just medial to the oval window is the
a. vestibule
b. semicircular canals
c. cochlea
d. helix
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The end organ of hearing is the
a. crista
b. helicotrema
c. macula
d. organ of Corti
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Associated with cochlear hearing loss is
a. negative SISI scores
b. loudness decruitment
c. rapid tone decay
d. loudness recruitment
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Angular acceleration is measured in
a. cm/sec2
b. cm/sec
c. degrees/sec
d. degrees/sec2
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Meniere's disease is associated with
a. unilateral hearing loss, poor speech recognition
b. bilateral hearing loss, good speech recognition
c. normal vestibular findings
d. unilateral hearing loss, good speech recognition
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The portion of the inner ear responsible for linear acceleration is the
a. semicircular canals
b. utricle and saccule
c. organ of Corti
d. crista
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Screening for hearing loss in the ultra-high frequency range is often useful in detecting hearing loss caused by
a. Meniere's disease
b. ototoxic drugs
c. infection
d. noise
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The portion of the inner ear that responds to angular acceleration is called
a. macula
b. organ of Corti
c. utricle
d. semicircular canals
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The ABR latency-intensity function for wave V expected in cochlear hearing losses is
a. increased, primarily at low intensities
b. increased, primarily at high intensities
c. decreased, primarily at high intensities
d. decreased, primarily at low intensities
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The fluid surrounding the membranous labyrinth is called
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