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1

___ disorder

hypotension

TIA/CVA 

arrhythmias

mitral valve prolapse

vertebro-basilar insufficiency 

atherosclerosis

 

cardiovascular disorders

2

____ disorders

migraine

brainstem ischemia

multiple sclerosis

epilepsy 

neoplasm

CNS disorders

3

___ disorders

BPPV 

vestibular neuronitis

meniere's syndrome

middle ear disease

perilymphatic fistula

impacted wax

ear disorders

4

aging 

diabetes mellitus

anemia

peripheral neuropathy 

cervical spondylosis

COPD

psychiatric disorder

general medical conditions

5

vestibular sedatives

antihypertensives

aminoglyosides

alchohol

drugs

6

brain injury 

temporal fx

otological/neurol surgery

trauma

7

romberg's paper was published and the majority of the infect. disease was ______ 

pathophys of this disease affects the _____

STD

dorsal root columns

8

station testing

narrow based stance

stand with your heels and toes together and relax

dr observes for any sway eyes open

dr is ready to catch pt, and asks them to close their eyes

dr observes direction of sway

repeat test

dr observes again for the direction of sway

9

sway w/ eyes open and does not get worse with eyes closed

 

cerebellar problem

 

10

no sway eyes open, swall/fall same direction each attempt

falls towards side of faulty lateral SC duct

11

no sway eyes open, sway/fall inconsistently on each attempy

proprioceptive lesion: dorsal columns

12

geotropic vertigo

room spins

13

egotropic vertigo 

person spins

14

viral infection vestibular nerve 

vertigo without hearing loss

vestibular neuronititis

15

viral infection of cochlear and vestibular nn

vertigo with hearing loss

labyrnithitis

16

long term SN hearing loss, tinnitus, episodic vertigo

meniere's syndrome (triad)

17

leads to physical disruption of receptors in ducts or otolithic organs

head trauma

18

otoliths free in canal causes vertigo

positional vertigo that FATIGUES

canalithiasis

19

otoliths are attached to cupula and deforms cupula

positional vertigo that does NOT FATIGUE

cupulolithiasis

20

asymmetric proprioception from the neck leads to asymmetric activity in vestibular nuclei, giving the patient the perception of the world or themselves moving

cervicogenic vertigo

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