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  mounika1980 - 02/11/17 13:57
 
  A 27-year-old male presents with progressively worsening headaches for the past three months. For the past two weeks, he has felt that he is losing his balance. He denies any motor weakness or sensory symptoms. He does not have any history suggestive of cranial nerve paralysis. On physical examination, his pupils do not react to light bilaterally. He has an impaired upward gaze and loss of optokinetic nystagmus. The rest of his eye movements are within normal limits. On tandem walking, he tends to fall on both sides. The rest of the physical examination is unremarkable. What is the most likely diagnosis of this patient?
A) Craniopharyngioma
B) Frontal lobe tumor
C) Pituitary adenoma
D) Pineal tumor
E) Multiple sclerosis
 
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  sagarika123 - 02/16/17 14:47
 
  Ans is E  
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