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Matching Directions: Match the type of hearing loss with its appropriate

Question : Matching Directions: Match the type of hearing loss with its appropriate : 1987674

Matching

Directions: Match the type of hearing loss with its appropriate implications.

a.moderate-to-severe sensorineural hearing loss

b.unilateral hearing loss

c.conductive hearing loss

d.mild bilateral sensorineural hearing loss

25.An individual with this type of hearing loss may have poor auditory reception, difficulty understanding under adverse listening conditions, and may exhibit impaired speech discrimination (hearing loss range: 10-50 dB).

P225, A, D1

26.An individual with this type of hearing loss may have hearing loss ranging from moderate to profound, have impaired auditory localization, and may have difficulty with tasks involving language concepts.

P225, A, D1

27.An individual with this type of hearing loss may have problems with articulation, delays in expressive oral language, and may need to be considered for amplification assistance (hearing loss range: 15-20 dB).

P225, A, D1

28.An individual with this type of hearing loss may require audiologic management, exhibit deficits in speech perception and production (hearing loss range: 41 dB-90 dB).

P225, A, D1

Matching

Directions: Match the following types of seizures with the appropriate descriptors.

a.complex partial seizure

b.generalized seizure

c.absence seizure

d.simple partial seizure

29.Sudden cry, fall, rigidity

P250, R, D1

30.Jerking may begin in one area of body (e.g. arm or leg) and proceed to other parts of the body

P250, R, D1

31.Starts with blank stare, followed by chewing and random activity

P250, R, D1

32.Blank stare, beginning and ending abruptly

P250, R, D1

Matching

Directions: Match the following visual problems with their appropriate definitions.

a.strabismus

b.cataract

c.macular degeneration

d.retinitis pigmentosa

e.nystagmus

33.cloudy film over the lens of the eye

P233, R, D1

34.improper alignment of the eye

P233, R, D1

35.damage to the central portion of the retina, causing central vision loss

P233, R, D1

36.genetic eye disease leading to total blindness

P233, R, D1

37.rapid involuntary movements of the eye

P233, R, D1

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