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An 18-year-old male is admitted with severe colicky abdominal pain. On examination he has multiple, small, pigmented macules around his lips and in his mouth. His pulse rate is 110 beats per minute, his abdomen is distended and percussion note over it is tympanitic.  No lumps are palpable but bowel sounds are exaggerated.

The inheritance of the underlying condition is:

a)      Autosomal dominant

b)      Autosomal recessive

c)      X-linked dominant

d)      X-linked recessive

e)      Polygenic inheritance

 

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