10. Meniere's Syndrome is best described as:
An inflammation of the outer ear.
An acute fungal infection of the outer ear.
A disorder characterized by intermittent attacks of dizziness, nausea,
vomiting, and profuse sweating.
An inflammation of the middle ear or eardrum.
11. Conduction deafness is best described as:
The type of deafness caused by the inability of the middle ear
mechanisms to transmit sounds into the cochlea.
The type of deafness caused by the impairment of the auditory nerve or
The type of deafness caused by the ossification of the tympanic
12. Which of the following statements best describes how the body maintains
Information from the membranous labyrinth is sent to the brain.
The semicircular ducts input energy to the brain.
Movement of the endolymph within the semicircular duct provides all the
The brain receives sensory inputs from many sources and integrates this
knowledge as "body sense."
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