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2008 Series -  January 8, 2008 Lecture 52 of 53  NEXT»

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This 36-year-old woman had sudden onset of inability to close the right eye, eyes that would not move to the right, and weakness of the left side of the body.

1.  The lesion in this case causing right gazing deficiency is most likely to be:   
 

a. nuclear
b. fasicular
c. divisional
d.  supranuclear
e. all of the above

2.  Inability to close the right eye and drooping of the right lower face is caused by:  
 

a. fifth nerve weakness
b. hypoglossal paralysis
c. facial nerve palsy
d.  abducens paralysis
e. none of the above

3.  The cause of this neurologic condition is most likely to be located in the:
 
a. frontal lobe
b. cavernous sinus
c. brain stem
d.  left temporal lobe
e. none of the above

For answers to the above, click here on or after January 15, 2007.

 

 


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