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Understanding Dizziness Quiz

To test your understanding of dizziness we have created this short quiz (10 questions). 

We hope that you enjoy it!

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Question 1 of 10

What cranial nerve innervates the inner ear?

A

6th cranial nerve.

B

7th cranial nerve.

C

8th cranial nerve.

D

10th cranial nerve.

Question 2 of 10

What oculomotor test(s) help rule in a vestibular hypofunction?

(Select all that apply)
A

Head thrust test.

B

Dix-Hallpike Test.

C

Spontaneous Nystagmus.

D

Gaze evoked nystagmus.

E

Roll test.

F

Head shake nystagmus.

G

Static vs dynamic visual acuity.

H

Tragal test.

I

Saccadic eye motion test.

Question 3 of 10

What is the most common cause of dizziness arising from the inner ear?

A

Ménière's disease.

B

Chewing gum.

C

BPPV.

D

Perilymphatic fistula.

Question 4 of 10

Nystagmus coming from an inner ear condition is easier to see when visual fixation is removed?

A

True.

B

False.

Question 5 of 10

The Dix-Hallpike test can elicit:

(Select all that apply)
A

Diagonal nystagmus.

B

Up beat, torsional nystagmus.

C

Down beat, torsional nystagmus.

D

Lateral nystagmus.

Question 6 of 10

Tinnitus is often associated with:

A

BPPV.

B

Meniere's disease.

C

BPPV & Meniere's disease.

D

None of the above.

Question 7 of 10

The left posterior semi-circular canal is oriented parallel to which other canal?

A

Left anterior canal.

B

Left horizontal canal.

C

Right anterior canal.

D

Left horizontal canal.

E

Left posterior canal.

Question 8 of 10

The Dizziness Handicap Inventory is a 10 question form that therapists fill out to indicate how the dizziness has affected their patient's quality of life. 

A

True.

B

False.

Question 9 of 10

Cupulolithiasis is more common that canalithiasis.

A

True.

B

False.

C

This is a trick question.

Question 10 of 10

These tests or findings are indicative of a central vestibular disorder.

(Select all that apply)
A

Roll test.

B

Direction changing nystagmus.

C

Downbeat nystagus.

D

Saccadic eye motion test.

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