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Neurology Question Set 2

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    The lecture Neurology Question Set 2 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Neurology – Board-Style Questions.


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    1. Picks bodies
    2. Lewy bodies
    3. Amyloid plaques
    4. PrPSC Sheets
    5. Drug abuse
    1. The gene locus which is mutated in this condition is on chromosome 9.
    2. The condition is inherited as autosomal dominant condition.
    3. Gait ataxia in this condition is a pure sensory ataxia.
    4. Vertical nystagmus is characteristically seen in patients suffering from this condition.
    5. Restrictive cardiomyopathy is seen in approximately 50% of the patients.
    1. Topiramate
    2. Lamotrigine
    3. Tiagabine
    4. Zonisamide
    5. Gabapentin
    1. Valproic acid
    2. Topiramate
    3. Lamotrigine
    4. Carbamazepine
    5. Gabapentin
    1. Pulmonary tuberculosis
    2. Iron deficiency anemia
    3. Renal failure
    4. Peripheral neuropathy
    5. Lyme disease
    1. Loss of endothelial tight junctions
    2. Increased intracellular concentrations of osmolytes
    3. Upregulation of aquaporin-4
    4. Increased interstitial fluid low in protein
    5. Replacement of interstitial fluid with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
    1. Elevated intracranial venous pressure
    2. Systemic hypertension
    3. Aqueductal stenosis
    4. Arachnoid granulation adhesions
    5. Increased cerebrospinal production
    1. Arachnoid granulations adhesions
    2. Aqueductal stenosis
    3. Mega cisterna magna
    4. Blood clot in the foramen of third ventricle
    5. Excessive cerebrospinal fluid production
    1. Dilation of the ventricular system
    2. Degeneration of the substantia nigra pars compacta
    3. Caudate head atrophy
    4. Accumulation of Lewy bodies in cortical cells
    5. Accumulation amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in the cerebral cortex
    1. Failure of the caudal neuropore to close
    2. Failure of the rostral neuropore to close
    3. Persistence of the anterior accessory neurenteric canal (ANC)
    4. Failure of mesenchymal cells to form a neural rod
    5. Abnormal development of the caudal eminence
    1. A cavitation in the cervical spinal cord
    2. Cervical spinal epidural abscess
    3. Hypoplasia of the cerebellar dermis
    4. Bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome
    5. Fusion of cervical vertebrae

    Author of lecture Neurology Question Set 2

     Lecturio USMLE

    Lecturio USMLE


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