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BOF: 2.87

A 67-year-old male presents with a history of chronic cough. He smokes 20 cigarettes a day and has done so for 40 years.

On examination he has a partial ptosis of his right eyelid and a constricted pupil on the right side. There is reduced sweating on the right side of his face.

On examination of his hands you note that there is wasting of all the small muscles of his right hand.

Examination of the chest shows that the trachea is deviated to the right and there are bronchial breath sounds over the right apex with fine crepitations in this region.

In this patient the wasting of the small muscles of his hand is due to the lesion affecting nerve root:

 

a)      C8

b)      C7

c)      T1

d)      T2

e)      C6

 

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