Dr. Hardeep Singh Malhotra

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MD, DM,. . FIACM, MNAMS. Associate Professor,. Department of Neurology,. King George’s Medical University, Lucknow. Epilepsy. MCQ-1. When do you label a “seizure” as “epilepsy”?. Presence of family history. ID: 481107 Download Presentation

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Dr. Hardeep Singh Malhotra

MD, DM, FIACM, MNAMSAssociate Professor,Department of Neurology,King George’s Medical University, Lucknow

Epilepsy

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MCQ-1

When do you label a “seizure” as “epilepsy”?

Presence of family history

>1 unprovoked seizure

>1 provoked seizure

>2 provoked seizures

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MCQ-1

When do you label a “seizure” as “epilepsy”?

Presence of family history

>1 unprovoked seizure

>1 provoked seizure

>2 provoked seizures

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MCQ-2

All of the following are excitatory neurotransmitters except:

AMPA

NMDA

GABA

Glutamate

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MCQ-2

All of the following are excitatory neurotransmitters except:

AMPA

NMDA

GABA

Glutamate

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MCQ-3

Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Generalized Epilepsy & Febrile Seizures plus’ syndrome?

Sodium channel mutations

Calcium channel mutations

Potassium channel mutations

Chloride channel mutations

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MCQ-3

Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Generalized Epilepsy & Febrile Seizures plus’ syndrome?

Sodium channel mutations

Calcium channel mutations

Potassium channel mutations

Chloride channel mutations

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MCQ-4

Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy’?

Sodium channel mutations

Calcium channel mutations

Potassium channel mutations

Chloride channel mutations

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MCQ-4

Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy’?

Sodium channel mutations

Calcium channel mutations

Potassium channel mutations

Chloride channel mutations

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MCQ-5

Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Temporal lobe epilepsy’?

Sodium channel mutations

Calcium channel mutations

Potassium channel mutations

Chloride channel mutations

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MCQ-5

Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Temporal lobe epilepsy’?

Sodium channel mutations

Calcium channel mutations

Potassium channel mutations

Chloride channel mutations

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MCQ-6

Pathophysiologically

, which is the most important reason for the precipitation of seizure?

Increased Glutamate, increased GABA

Increased AMPA, increased GABA

Increased Glutamate, decreased GABA

Decreased Glutamate, increased GABA

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MCQ-6

Pathophysiologically

, which is the most important reason for the precipitation of seizure?

Increased Glutamate, increased GABA

Increased AMPA, increased GABA

Increased Glutamate, decreased GABA

Decreased Glutamate, increased GABA

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MCQ-7

Clinically, the most relevant epilepsy classification system is:

ILAE 1985

ILAE 1989

ILAE 1991

ILAE 2006

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MCQ-7

Clinically, the most relevant epilepsy classification system is:

ILAE 1985

ILAE 1989

ILAE 1991

ILAE 2006

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MCQ-8

Which of the following is not a localization-related epilepsy?

Benign

childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal

spikes

Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy

Childhood

epilepsy with occipital

paroxysms

Primary

reading epilepsy

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MCQ-8

Which of the following is not a localization-related epilepsy?

Benign

childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal

spikes

Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy

Childhood

epilepsy with occipital

paroxysms

Primary

reading epilepsy

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MCQ-9

Which of the following is not an idiopathic generalized epilepsy?

Juvenile absence epilepsy

Epilepsy with grand mal seizures on awakening

Childhood absence epilepsy

Lennox-

Gastaut

syndrome

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MCQ-9

Which of the following is not an idiopathic generalized epilepsy?

Juvenile absence epilepsy

Epilepsy with grand mal seizures on awakening

Childhood absence epilepsy

Lennox-

Gastaut

syndrome

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MCQ-10

Which is the most important differential diagnosis of ‘first seizure’?

Migraine without aura

Abdominal migraine

Syncope

Migraine with aura

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MCQ-10

Which is the most important differential diagnosis of ‘first seizure’?

Migraine without aura

Abdominal migraine

Syncope

Migraine with aura

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Thank you

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