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Hearing Impairment Quiz


Hearing loss due to damaged Cochlea or nerve?

A. Conductive Hearing Loss

B. Sensorineural Hearing Loss

C. Vertigo

D. Tinnitus

Which of the following is NOT in the MIDDLE EAR?

A. Auricle

B. Eustachian tube

C. Malleus

D. Tympanic Membrane

The damage in transmission of impulses through auditory nerve will lead to

A. Conductive Hearing loss

B. Mixed Hearing loss

C. Audio Processing Disorder

D. Sensorineural Hearing loss

Which is profound hearing loss?

A. Over 80 dB

B. 26-40 dB

C. 61-80 dB

Which of the following is a characteristic hearing impairment?

A. Dimentia

B. Mixed hearing

C. Difficulty following verbal directions

Which of the following is NOT in the INNER ear?

A. Cochlea

B. Semicircular canals

C. Vestibule

D. Eustachian tube

Which of the following is NOT in the OUTER EAR?

A. Auricle

B. Eustachian tube

C. External Auditory Meatus

D. Tympanic Membrane

Hearing Impairment can be assessed using

A. Loud speaker

B. Drums

C. Tuning Forks

What turns the sound waves into neural signals ?

A. Cochlea

B. The movement of the liquid

C. Movement of the cilia

D. The Nerve

Hearing Impairment, according to IDEA is

A. is a decreased ability to see to a degree that causes problems not fixable by usual means, such as glasses.

B. a disability in hearing, whether permanent or fluctuating, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance.

C. a physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities.

What comprehend the neural signals

A. Our Nerves

B. The cochlea

C. The ears

D. Our brain

What shouldn’t you do to help in the classroom for a student with a hearing impairment?

A. Promote acceptance of your students

B. Increase visual information

C. Talk louder

D. Minimize classroom noise

Where is the tympanic membrane located?

A. The Outer ear

B. The Inner Ear

C. The Middle Ear

What is the importance of ear wax?

A. Collects dust and dirt

B. Help the sound travel

C. Collect dust, dirt and fight infection

D. Fight infection

Which of the following locations and receptors are correct for DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM?

A. Vestibule, Maculae,

B. Semicircular Canals, Maculae

C. Semicircular Canals/Crista Ampularis

D. Vestibule, Crista Ampullaris

Which of the below structures acts to convert sound waves to vibrations?

A. cochlea

B. pinna

C. tympanic membrane

D. vestibulocochlear nerve

The impulse is generated and is transmitted to the temporal lobe when what happens?

A. the eardrum vibrates

B. the basilar membrane vibrates

C. the oval window vibrates

D. the hair cells are bent

Voice Disorders were due to the problem in

A. Tongue

B. Ear

C. Larynx

D. Lungs

If your inner ear lacked nerve fibers, what might happen?

A. Sound would be unable to travel to your brain.

B. Your eardrum would be unable to vibrate.

C. Your hammer could not tap against your anvil.

D. Sound waves could not enter your ear.

Where is the Eustachian Tube connected to?

A. The back of the head

B. The back of the nose

C. The back of the Ear

Constant ringing in the ears

A. Tinnitus

B. Vertigo

C. Sensorineural Hearing Loss

D. Conductive hearing loss

Symptoms of Speech impairment is

A. Being dumb

B. Being deaf

C. Stuttering

D. Speaking in Husky voice

Small hair cells detect

A. High Pitch

B. Low Pitch

C. rolling Otoliths

D. dynamic equilibrium

The malleus, incus, and stapes are collectively called the

A. maculae

B. otoliths

C. semicircular canals

D. ossicles

An adult will be consider as having Hearing impairment if he cant hear the sound above

A. 10db

B. 20db

C. 30db

D. 40db


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