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DIT neuro path quiz

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polycythemia hemangioblastoma
NF II schwannoma
prolactinemia (galactorrhea, amenorrhea, anovulation) pituitary adenoma
psammoma bodies meningioma
perivascular pseudorosettes ependymoma
l/o peripheral vision pituitary adenoma or craniopharyngioma
worst prognosis of any primary brain tumor glioblastoma
partial seizure part of brain
simple seizure retain consciousness
complex seizure impaired consciousness
generalized more than one part of brain
most common causes of seizures in children genetic, infx, trauma, congenital, metabolic
classic triad of sx in multiple sclerosis (SIIIN) scanning speech, intention tremor, internuclear ophthalmoplegia, incontinence, nystagmus
unilateral, 4 -72 hrs, aura, HA, nausea, photophobia migraine
unilateral, repetitive and brief, lacrimation cluster HA
bilateral, greater than 30 min tension HA
What allele is a/w Alzheimers ApoE4
What is alzheimers common in pts w/ downs Chr 21 involvement
headache, visual disturbances and amenorrhea pituitary adenoma
dizziness and tinnitus. enlarged internal acoustic meatus acoustic schwannoma
proximal m weakness and enlarged calves. how is it inherited x linked recessive, mutation in dystrophin gene. duchennes muscular dystrophy
25 yo female, sudden uniocular vision loss and slightly slurred speech. h/o weakness and paresthesia MS
spacing out. lip quivering during spells absence seizures
vertigo + tinnitus + hearing loss Menieres
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