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1. A progressing conductive hearing loss in an adult with a normalappearing, mobiletympanic membrane is most likely due to:a. serous otitis mediab. otosclerosisc. acute otitis mediad. external otitis media2. Meniere's syndrome is a symptom complex characterized by:a. conductive hearing loss and tinnitus.b. fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss, tinnitus, and constantvertigo.c. intermittant vertigo lasting several days each time.d. fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss, vertiginous episodeslasting 1-2 hours, andtinnitus.e. vertigo precipitated by lying down and turning over to one side.3. A nine year old child is noted to have an aural polyp and foulsmelling otorrhea. Thiscondition is most likely secondary to:a. chronic otitis media with perforation of the tympanicmembrane.