The purpose of this course is to describe the VNG test battery in the context of the anatomy and physiology of the balance system. Examples of common VNG abnormalities will be shown.
Course created on August 24, 2011
- Upon completion of this workshop, the participant should be able to list the four anatomical sites that contribute to the human sense of balance.
- Upon completion of this workshop, the participant should be able to describe the difference between spontaneous and positional nystagmus.
- Upon completion of this workshop, the participant should be able to describe why a bilateral caloric weakness is classified as a nonlocalizing finding.
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Amanda Cerka Mroz
AuD FAAA, CCC-A
Clinical Project Liaison
Amanda Cerka Mroz received her BA in Communicative Disorders from the University of Northern Iowa, her MA in Audiology from The University of Memphis, and her AuD from the University of Florida. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings in Illinois and Tennessee. Amanda joined GN Otometrics in January 2007. In her current role, she coordinates projects with customer sites, develops educational materials and programs, and collaborates with product managers.
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