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Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
What has whitish patches that are additive lesions to the mucosal tissue?
  1. Hyperkeratosis
  2. Sulcus Vocalis
  3. Leukoplakia
  4. Laryngeal web
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
What treatment option does a patient have if they suffer from Sulcus Vocalis?
  1. Voice therapy
  2. Surgery
  3. Vocal hygiene
  4. All of these are options
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Word-recognition scores are routinely obtained during audiometric testing for which reason?
  1. They can be used to verify the pure tone average (PTA)
  2. They are used to determine the uncomfortable loudness level (UCL) of speech
  3. They are used to determine the extent of any speech-detection difficulty
  4. They are used to determine the extent of any speech-discrimination/understanding difficulty
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Which of the following statements best describes the scope of practice for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in regards to middle ear testing?
  1. SLPs may perform diagnostic tympanometry and acoustic reflex threshold testing
  2. SLPs may screen for middle ear pathology through tympanometry and an acoustic reflex screen
  3. SLPs can make judgments and provide descriptive statements regarding underlying medical causes of middle ear pathology
  4. SLPs cannot perform any middle ear measurements under their scope of practice
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
What type of therapy modifies deviant vocal symptoms?
  1. Hygienic voice therapy
  2. Eclectic voice therapy
  3. Psychogenic voice therapy
  4. Symptomatic voice therapy
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
A direct modification of physiological factors is known as what type of therapy?
  1. Psychogenic voice therapy
  2. Hygienic voice therapy
  3. Physiologic voice therapy
  4. Symptomatic voice therapy
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Discovering behavioral causes and modifying/ eliminating them is what type of therapy?
  1. Hygienic voice therapy
  2. Symptomatic voice therapy
  3. Eclectic voice therapy
  4. Psychogenic voice therapy
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Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
The sulcus Vocalis increases/ decreases stiffness of the vocal folds and interrupts the                         
  1. Decreases/ mucosal wave
  2. Increases / mucosal wave
  3. Decreases / air flow
  4. Increases / phonation
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
If I combined the direct modification of physiological factors with deviant vocal symptoms, what type of therapy would I be using?
  1. Hygienic voice therapy
  2. Eclectic voice therapy
  3. Symptomatic voice therapy
  4. Physiologic voice therapy
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
What is NOT considered a congenital abnormality?
  1. Papilloma
  2. Laryngeal Web
  3. Congenital Subglottic Stenosis
  4. Infectious Laryngitis
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
An SLP screens the hearing of a 5th grader during school hearing screenings. The student fails the initial pure tone screening but passes the initial tympanometry screening. This student
  1. should be re-screened in 2 to 4 weeks
  2. should see an audiologist for a full audiologic evaluation
  3. has passed the audiologic screening
  4. should see a physician for a medical evaluation
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Which of the following is not a way in which we use pure tone test results:
  1. To make the initial diagnosis of hearing impairment (is there normal/abnormal hearing sensitivity?)
  2. To determine how well a person understands speech
  3. To help in the diagnosis of the type and degree of hearing impairment.
  4. To assist in the determination of (re)habilitation services needed to assist
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
What does NOT cause granuloma?
  1. Intubation during surgery
  2. Abuse or misuse
  3. Laryngopharyngeal reflux disorder
  4. all of the above
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