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BOF: 3.48

A 63-year-old female presents with dizziness, slurring of speech and incoordination of movement of 4-6 weeks duration.

She was admitted numerous investigations were performed and she was discharged.

Results were as follows:

Routine haematology and biochemistry were normal.

Antibody screen had shown her to be positive for anti Yo antibody

MRI scan of her head had been normal.

EEG showed no abnormality

CSF examination following lumbar puncture normal

Your colleague rings you up to ask you about these tests and your advise would be that this lady is likely to have:

a)      Small cell carcinoma of the lung

b)      Ovarian carcinoma

c)      Hodgkin’s lymphoma

d)      Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma

e)      Pancreatic cancer

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