Teaching Students with Voice & Swallowing Disorders Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which doctors usually diagnose the voice disorder called 'spasmodic dysphonia'?

Question 2 2. What is the treatment for patients with severe vocal cord paralysis (both vocal cords)?

Question 3 3. What are vocal disorders?

Question 4 4. What can cause Paradoxical Vocal Fold Movement (PVFM) episodes?

Question 5 5. Which of the following is NOT a cause of vocal cord nodules and/or polyps?

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Question 6 6. The inability to produce vocal sounds is termed:

Question 7 7. The spasmodic closure of the voice box is known as:

Question 8 8. Paralysis of the larynx is known as:

Question 9 9. Difficulty speaking or a change in the vocal quality is known as:

Question 10 10. The inflammation of the throat is called:

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Question 11 11. How does food move through the esophagus?

Question 12 12. Which of the following is an example of a parasympathetic nervous system function?

Question 13 13. Which structure must open for food to pass from the esophagus to the stomach?

Question 14 14. How does the soft palate play an important role in the function of the pharynx?

Question 15 15. Which of the following is the proper order of structures that food must pass through on its way to the stomach?

Teaching Students with Voice & Swallowing Disorders Chapter Exam Instructions

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