TBI
Stuttering
Voice Disorders
SLP & Therapy
Cleft Lip & Palate
100

The sport associated with the most incidences of concussion in the United States.

Football

100

Secondary or concomitant behaviors accompanying disfluencies include ________________ .

Blinking; wringing hands; tense body movements; tapping; fist clenching; breathing issues

100

Growths that typically appear bilaterally in the midpoint of the vocal cords due to overuse or misuse are called _________________ .

vocal nodules

100

An SLP is doing an evaluation on a child with a hoarse voice to determine vocal cord issues. The therapist will collect a case history, ENT reports, and complete a ______________ screen as part of the evaluation.

Hearing

100

A complete unilateral cleft lip and palate includes the upper lip, philtrum of the nose, and part of the ___________ _________.

Hard palate

200

Concussions, contusions, and hematomas are examples of a ______________ head injury.

Closed Head Injury

200

A complete stoppage of airflow and voicing in stuttering is known as a ________________ .

Block

200

The most common method for visualizing and analyzing vocal cords involving a scope is ____________________ .

Videostroboscopy

200

A baby will soon be born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate and the parents are concerned about feeding issues. How can you educate the parents to be ready once the baby is born?

Introduce the Haberman feeder bottle; discuss the reasons why there are feeding issues; encourage the parents to ask questions and use resources provided by the hospital and doctor

200

The inability for the velum to make complete contact with the pharyngeal wall during speech production and swallowing is known as _____________________ .

VPI - Velopharyngeal Insufficiency

300

Children and adolescents who experience a head injury may have difficulty in school due to the impact on _____________________ and literacy.

Language; problem-solving; memory

300
Elongating the phoneme to atypical lengths during stuttering is known as a ________________ .

Prolongation

300

The opening of the vocal folds for speech production is known as ___________ and the closing is known as _____________ .

Abduction; Adduction

300

A college student complains of a thick feeling in her throat particularly after basketball practice. She reports that she frequently has sore throats on the weekends. What are recommendations you can provide as you discuss vocal hygiene?

Be aware of vocal use and abuse; understand the parts of her lifestyle affecting her vocal cords - rest, hydration, environment - and any recent visits to the ENT for respiratory, cold, or flu.

300

Of the systems involved in speech production - respiratory, phonatory, articulatory, and resonance- the systems directly impacted by a cleft lip and palate include _______________________________ .

Phonatory, articulatory, and resonance

400

An open head injury is when the skull is _________ in some way.

Penetrated

400

Stuttering involves disfluencies that impact the normal _______________ of speech flow.

Rhythm

400

Excessive yelling, harmful acute vocal behaviors, and hard glottal attacks are examples of ___________ _____________ that cause voice disorders.

Vocal abuse

400

A young man in his teens is experiencing mutational falsetto as he sings and carries conversations. He is wondering what is happening to him. You explain that it is a typical developmental process known as __________________ .

Puberphonia

400

The Rule of 10's to assess an infant's readiness for their first surgical repair of a cleft lip and/or palate includes: 10 weeks old, 10 lbs., and ______________.

Hemaglobin (HgB) of 10

500

The counter blow that occurs when the brain shifts anteriorly and posteriorly in a closed head injury is called _______________ .

contrecoup

500

One strategy that SLP's introduce for stutterers to have increased control over their breathing and continuation of voicing is to speak on the ________________ (inhale vs. exhale)

Exhale

500

_____________ is a method of viewing vocal cords during swallowing and speaking.

Radiography (MBS); Laryngoscopy; Endoscopy; Videostroboscopy

500

A kindergarten student is showing symptoms of stuttering while in class and she is having increased difficulty when meeting new people. The special education team has referred her to you for an evaluation. What are questions you can ask her parent to discern the extent and etiology of her stuttering?

Under what conditions does she stutter? Is there a history of stuttering in the family? What seems to help her when she has disfluencies? How can you describe her disfluencies? Is there any time that she is more fluent?

500

The appliance introduced to assist with velopharyngeal insufficiency and closure of the soft palate in a child with cleft palate is known as an _______________ .

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