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BOF: 29

A 70-year-old male is referred by his general practitioner as he has had a stroke. On examination the patient has left sided complete third nerve palsy with a contralateral hemiplegia. The lesion is likely to be in the:

a)      The pons

b)      The medulla

c)      The mid-brain at the level of the inferior colliculus

d)      The mid-brain at the level of the superior colliculus

e)      The thalamus

 

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