Which of the following is false regarding Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?
A. More common in women and age of onset is between 20-40 years of age
B. Risk factors include vitamin
All of the following are true regarding CSF abnormalities in multiple sclerosis except?
A. CSF protein concentration is more than 100 mg/dl
B. CSF IgG index express ratio of IgG
Which of the following is false regarding neoplastic compressive myelopathy?
A. Most neoplasms are subdural in origin
B. Thoracic spine is most commonly involved
C. Tumor does not cross the disk
Which of the following structure in the spine is pain insensitive?
A. Nucleus pulposus
C. Annulus fibrosus
D. Longitudinal ligaments
Identify the unmatched pair?
A. Superior orbital fissure - CN III, IV, V1, VI
B. Foramen ovale - CN V2
C. Jugular foramen - CN IX, X, XI
D. Lateral wall of
Identify the wrong statement regarding Bell's palsy:
A. It is the most common form of facial paralysis
B. Paralysis is usually preceded by pain behind the ear
C. MRI reveals swelling
Facial nerve exits the skull via?
A. Foramen ovale
B. Stylomastoid foramen
C. Foramen rotundum
D. Jugular foramen
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome is characterised by all except?
A. Women affected more commonly than men
B. Heart rate > 120/min
C. Increased in heart rate > 30/min when standing
Which of the following neurons do not have acetylcholine as the neurotransmitter?
A. Preganglionic sympathetic neurons
B. Postganglionic sympathetic neurons
C. Preganglionic parasympathetic neurons
D. Neurons innervating sweat glands