VESTIBULAR DISORDERS SPA 6317
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SPA 6317 Exam I Study Guide bP N What are the functional pairings of your six semicircular canals What is an otolith and where should you nd it The vestibular organs work with what other systems to maintain balance Name the extraocular muscles Which ones are the primary actors in horizontal eye motion What is the difference between J39 t and quot List and describe different classes of eye motion What is the purpose or purposes of the vestibuloocular re ex What purposes are served by the vestibulospinal re exes In which of the tests from the ENGVNG battery is mental alerting used and why r J eye What disorders may be detected in saccade testing Define gain in pursuit testing List possible abnormal responses that could be observed in pursuit testing and the associated disorders What is the relation between pursuit gain and age in adults What is a normal gain for the OKN response to a field moving at 40 degssec List possible abnormal findings on OKN testing and the disorders that may produce them Define different sources of gaze evoked nystagmus What is rebound nystagmus What disorder is it indicative of Describe the varieties of congenital nystagmus Define and distinguish positional and positioning vertigo How do you test for BPPV What possible etiologic factors have been noted for BPPV What are the key features of the BPPV response Why do you raise the patient s head 30 degrees above horizontal to do caloric testing What are the contraindications for using open loop water caloric stimulation What does COWS stand for What are the mechanical and neural mechanisms producing the associations that COWS describes What are the possible explanations for caloric inversion How do you determine unilateral weakness Directional preponderance Describe how you would provide a mental alerting task for your patient and why What is fixation index What does it measure
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