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BOF: 87

A 32-year-old female who has had surgery on her cervical spine following a car accident presents with sudden onset of left-sided weakness.  The weakness developed when she looked up whilst bending to pick up an object. On examination she has a hemiplegia affecting the left face arm and leg. She also has unilateral internuclear ophthalmoplegia with failure of adduction to the left and nystagmus to the left. She also has early papilloedema. In this patient the papilloedema is due to:

a)      Obstruction of the foramen of Magendie

b)      Obstruction of the foramen of Luschka

c)      Obstruction of the aqueduct of Sylvius

d)      Obstruction of the foramen of Monro

e)    Obstruction of the foramen of Morgagni

 

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