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Pediatric Balance Evaluation Certification Examination

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Pediatric Balance Evaluation & Management Certification Exam
Question #1: Post-Concussion Syndrome is defined by the presence of symptoms for at least 3 months post-injury.
Question #2: A Perilymphatic Fistula, which may cause positional dizziness, may also result in a fluctuating hearing loss.
Question #3: 30-40% of children with sensorineural hearing loss have been reported to also have vestibular dysfunction.
Question #4: All otologic disorders cause both hearing and vestibular loss.
Question #5: The VOR is a reflex mechanism that stabilizes eye movement during ambulation.
Question #6: The purpose of the VCR is to provide information to the neck muscles from the gravity sensors in the inner ear.
Question #7: The CTSIB Test does not provide meaningful information about vestibular function.
Question #8: Bilateral BPPV is most often seen in patients post head-trauma.
Question #9: Therapy objectives will be best met when the status of the patient’s vision, vestibular and somatosensory function is determined prior to therapy.
Question #10: cVEMP is the best test for balance assessment of infants.
Question #11: The primary function of the inner ear is
Question #12: The labyrinth is fully developed en utero as early as
Question #13: The most useful electrophysiological pediatric vestibular assessment tool is the
Question #14: Motor milestones for pediatric balance assessment can begin as early as
Question #15: VRT has been shown to be useful in concussion patients
Question #16: VNG has long been considered…
Question #17: Caloric testing is most effective in providing information about which structure
Question #18: vHIT is best described as a test which evaluates the
Question #19: Abnormal asymmetrical gain on the vHIT most likely suggests a
Question #20: Children may be tested using vHIT
Question #21: cVEMP allows evaluation of the
Question #22: cVEMP may be used on children as young as
Question #23: A Conductive hearing loss will likely
Question #24: Vestibular Migraine may cause
Question #25: Which of the following is the most common neurological disorder causing vertigo?
Question #26: Gaze stabilization protocols are best used for patients who present with…
Question #27: Outcome measures may include…
Question #28: Which of the following is NOT a repositioning treatment for BPPV-HC?
Question #29: All of the following are true of baseline concussion testing, except:
Question #30: Balance dysfunction as it relates to concussion:
Question #31: A collision between the brain and the skull that occurs on the side of the impact is called
Question #32: Otoconia from the utricle are most likely to fall into the
Question #33: Labyrinthine concussion post head trauma may result in
Question #34: A labyrinthine concussion will cause loss of consciousness
Question #35: Which VRT treatment outcomes may effect return to play (RTP) readiness
Question #36: BPPV of the posterior canal (BPPV-PC) produces which type of nystagmus?
Question #37: Which of the following repositioning treatments does NOT treat BPPV-PC?
Question #38: An uncompensated vestibular dysfunction may manifest with which of the following symptoms?
Question #39: Which of the following therapy protocols would be best for a patient whose symptoms are provoked with movement requiring desensitization?
Question #40: Motor Conversion Disorders are typically
Question #41: Concussion (mTBI) may cause
Question #42: Most concussion symptoms resolve
Question #43: Gaze stabilization VRT protocols are used
Question #44: Vestibular evaluation of individuals with mTBI should include which of the following
Question #45: The primary function of substitution VRT protocols should work to
Question #46: Which outcome measure should NOT be used to help determine return to play (RTP) status
Question #47: Positioning and Positional tests including modified Hallpike protocols are most sensitive and useful for the diagnosis of
Question #48: The vHIT is a more sensitive version of the
Question #49: oVemp evaluates the
Question #50: A profound cochlear hearing loss will most likely
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