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Unformatted text preview: body remains stationary. 5. On testing with the Halmaygi Head Thrust test, a patient shows corrective saccades and reduced VOR gain when the head is rotated toward the right side. These results are consistent with VOR dysfunction on the 01 side. 6. Which of the following cases would be appropriate to test with rotary chair? (You may select more than one answer.) 1. Pediatric patients not testable with ENG or VNG. 2. Geriatric patients. 3. Patient with bilateral caloric weakness. 4. Patient with BPPV. 7. To test postural stability, patients step in place for 50 steps with eyes open and then 50 more steps with eyes closed during the 01 test. 8. Briefly explain the purpose for rotary chair testing. 9. Explain why rotational testing is an important supplement to the traditional VNG/ENG battery. 10. Describe the Romberg Test and its clinical utility in the assessment of dizzy patients....
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2010 for the course AUD 831 taught by Professor Drlisakoch during the Spring '10 term at A.T. Still University.
- Spring '10