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BOF: 106

A 52 year old male presents with complaint of trembling of his hands. He is a diet controlled diabetic and apart from that there are no significant past illnesses.

On examination you not that there is no tremor at rest but there is bilateral tremor of his outstretched hands and tremor on movement. There is no muscle wasting, tone and power are normal. Reflexes are normal and equal on the two sides there is no sensory loss.

In this patient which one of the following drugs would you use to reduce the tremor?

a)      Benzhexol

b)      Selegeline

c)      Laevodopa

d)     Propranolol

e)      Tetrabenazine

 

 

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