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  1. The peak pressure value from a tympanogram is associated with
  2. Exogenous auditory disorders are
  3. Congenital absence of the external auditory canal is called
  4. Narrowing of the external auditory canal is called
  5. A tympanogram with normal peak pressure and a peak admittance value of 0.2 ml indicates
  6. Chronic external otitis is treated by
  7. Microtia and anotia are more commonly
  8. Whats true about tympanometry procedures
  9. The purpose of the otoscopic exam during an audiological evaluation is
  10. A Type C tympanogram indicates
  11. The Jerger type As tympanogram indicates
  12. A Jerger type Ad tympanogram indicates
  13. Disorders that disrupt outer and/or middle ear functions related to hearing, without affecting inner ear or CANS function, are associated with
  14. Conventional tympanometry uses a probe tone of what frequency?
  15. What type of tympanogram would be expected for an ear with sensorineural hearing loss?
  16. Which of the following disorders is most likely to cause hearing loss?
  17. Acquired outer ear disorders would include which of the following?
  18. If a client has impacted cerumen on one side, which of the following audiological results would you expect?
  19. According to your text in Chapter 5, the best way to manage collapsed ear canals is
  20. All auditory disorders present at birth are referred to as
  21. Which of the following increases the risk for cerumen impaction?
  22. A hearing loss resulting from a foreign object in the ear canal would fall into which of the following categories?
  23. Absence of the pinna is known as
  1. a -to determine whether there is an ear canal obstruction that prevents the use of insert earphones
    -to evaluate the outer ear and tympanic membrane for the appearance of obvious abnormalities
  2. b use of q tips
    use of hearing aids
    stenosis of the external auditory canal
  3. c Type A
  4. d a hypermobile middle ear system
  5. e conductive hearing loss
  6. f eustachian tube dysfunction
  7. g -peak admittance lower than 0.3 ml
    -normal peak pressure
    -a stiffened middle-ear system
  8. h anotia
  9. i in the right ear and in males
  10. j atresia
  11. k the use of insert earphones during audiological testing
  12. l -The probe tip must completely seal the ear canal opening to conduct tympanometry.
    -Conventional tympanometry has limited value when testing infants who are less than 7 months old.
    -Tympanometry should not be conducted if liquid blood or drainage is present in the ear canal.
    -The patient shouldnt be talking
  13. m congenital
  14. n -aeration of the ear canal
    -antibiotic ear drops
  15. o impacted cerumen
  16. p reduced mobility of the middle ear system
  17. q associated with non genetic etiologies
  18. r conductive loss and type B tympanometry with abnormally small ear canal volume on the affected side
  19. s stenosis
  20. t external otitis
    cauliflower ear
  21. u exogenous hearing loss
  22. v the air pressure where the highest amount of sound is admitted into the middle ear
  23. w 226 Hz