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896. The initial diagnosis would be
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
multiple sclerosis
polyneuritis
syringomyelia
none of the above
897. BDOR> Q Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease would be likely because of
absence of clubfoot
absence of objective sensory loss
presence of marked fasciculations especially of the tongue
age of patient OF> mo none of the above
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898. In favor of myasthenia gravis would be
A. fasciculations
B. negative response to neostigmine
C. reflex abnormalities
D. negative tensilon test
E. none of the above
899. The most likely diagnosis is an illness which is
A. relatively uncommon
B. fatal, usually in a few years
C. responsive to steroids
D. more common in females
E. characterized by remissions
900. This illness has been found associated with
A. hypothyroidism
B. cervical rib
C. parkinsonism
D. Arnold-Chiari malformation
E. platybasia
Questions 901-906
A 55-year-old man, while driving an automobile, suddenly
experiences an excruciating, violent, shooting pain along the left
side of his face. The pain is so severe that he is forced to stop his
car. The attack lasts 15-20 seconds, but recurs several times. That
evening while being examined by his family physician, he again has
an attack. He is observed to have lacrimation, injection of the
conjunctiva and excess flow of saliva. The exact course of his pain
is described as radiating to the forehead, the eye and the root of the
nose. During the next month these attacks appear paroxysmally.
The patient undergoes personality changes and frequently talks of
suicide.
901. The most likely diagnosis is
A. schizophrenia
B. hysteria
C. trigeminal neuralgia
D. facial neuralgia
E. brain tumor
F. carotodynia
G. glaucoma
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902. Another name for this disorder is
903.
904.
905.
906.
3 moOs> h
3 POORP h
BD oO
manic-depressive reaction state
‘‘quick pain’”’
tic douloureux
facial palsy
none of the above
e most common of the neuralgias is
occipital
glossopharyngeal
Sluder’s
intercostal
trigeminal
e disorder
is frequently bilateral
can be differentiated from tumor or aneurysm by the
presence of objective sensory loss in the latter
usually produces but one attack
produces pain so severe that the patient usually cannot
remain in one place
none of the above
From the following list, a disease reportedly associated with
this disorder is
rOOm>
malaria
infectious hepatitis
sprue
kala-azar
bronchopneumonia
Of the three types of this disorder, the division most frequently affected is the
A. ophthalmic
B. maxillary
C. mandibular
Questions 907-910
A 33-year-old man sustains an injury to the right axilla. Following emergency procedures to secure hemostasis, he is examined by a neurologist. The patient is found to have an absent triceps jerk, an inability to extend the forearm and all extensors appear to be paralyzed.
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907. The nerve injured is the
. axillary
musculocutaneous
radial
suprascapular
median
ulnar Sree he ee none of the above
908. 4 he most common of all spinal nerve lesions is affection of
es So ca”)
axillary
radial
median
ulnar
musculocutaneous
3 BOORD> he lesion could be located in the
axilla
medial part of the arm
forearm
elbow
none of the above
909.
Sees
910. In this patient you would anticipate finding anesthesia of the
dorsum of
A. the Sth finger
B. the 4th finger
C. the 3rd finger
D. all fingers
E. none of the above
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