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Modul 2 Special neurology Tests 1. A patient diagnosed with a tumor of the occipital lobe.

Indicate which of the following symptoms may occur: A. * visual agnosia B. auditory agnosia C. gustatory agnosia D. avtotopahnoziya E. astereohnoziya 2. A patient diagnosed with a tumor of the occipital lobe. Indicate which of the following symptoms may occur: A. * visual agnosia B. auditory agnosia C. gustatory agnosia D. avtotopahnoziya E. astereohnoziya 3. Add a benign slowly growing intracranial tumor, which differs little from the brain tissue and has petrificates that are visible on kraniohrami A. adenoma B. * oligodendroglioma C. ependymoma D. meningioma E. astrocytoma 4. Add a benign slowly growing intracranial tumor, which differs little from the brain tissue and has petrificates that are visible on kraniohrami A. adenoma B. * oligodendroglioma C. ependymoma D. meningioma E. astrocytoma 5. Add a tumor of cranial and spinal nerves A. adenoma B. * neuromas C. ependymoma

D. meningioma E. astrocytoma 6. Add a tumor of cranial and spinal nerves A. adenoma B. * neuromas C. ependymoma D. meningioma E. astrocytoma 7. Add a tumor of the meninges A. adenoma B. neuromas C. ependymoma D. * meningioma E. astrocytoma 8. Add a tumor of the meninges A. adenoma B. neuromas C. ependymoma D. * meningioma E. astrocytoma 9. Add a tumor that is localized in the region of the ventricles A. adenoma B. neuromas C. * ependymoma D. meningioma E. astrocytoma 10. Add a tumor that is localized in the region of the ventricles A. adenoma B. neuromas C. * ependymoma D. meningioma E. astrocytoma

11. At posterior horn lesion one can observe A. Sensory disorders in certain dermatome on the same side B. Sensory disorders in certain dermatome on the opposite side C. * Disorders of pain and temperature sensation in certain dermatome on the same side D. Disorders of pain and temperature sensation in certain dermatome on the opposite side E. Disorders of deep sensation on the same side 12. Call tumor originating from the meninges: A. astrocytoma B. * meninheoma C. medulloblastoma D. neuromas E. anhioretykuloma 13. Call tumor originating from the meninges: A. astrocytoma B. * arahnoendotelioma C. medulloblastoma D. neuromas E. anhioretykuloma 14. Call tumor originating from the meninges: A. astrocytoma B. * meninheoma C. medulloblastoma D. neuromas E. anhioretykuloma 15. Call tumor originating from the meninges: A. astrocytoma B. * arahnoendotelioma C. medulloblastoma D. neuromas E. anhioretykuloma 16. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer:

A. arahnoendotelioma B. meninheoma C. * astrocytoma D. anhioretykuloma E. adenoma 17. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer: A. * multiforme sponhioblastoma B. meninheoma C. arahnoyidendotelioma D. anhioretykuloma E. adenoma 18. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer: A. anhioretykuloma B. meninheoma C. arahnoendotelioma D. * medulloblastoma E. adenoma 19. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer: A. * neuromas B. meninheoma C. arahnoendotelioma D. anhioretykuloma E. adenoma 20. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer: A. arahnoendotelioma B. meninheoma C. * astrocytoma D. anhioretykuloma E. adenoma 21. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer: A. * multiforme sponhioblastoma B. meninheoma

arahnoendotelioma D. Corona radiate C. Pons D. neuromas E. Call tumor that originates in the brain vessels: A. adenoma 23. meninheoma C. anhioretykuloma E. * neuromas B. * medulloblastoma E. arahnoyidendotelioma D. adenoma 24. Central paresis of arm usually develops at lesion of A. arahnoendotelioma D. astrocytoma B. Decussation of pyramids . * Middle part of precentral gyrus B. medulloblastoma D.C. neuromas E. Call tumor that originates in the brain vessels: A. astrocytoma B. anhioretykuloma E. * anhioretykuloma 26. medulloblastoma D. meninheoma C. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer: A. adenoma 22. meninheoma C. Call tumor that originates from neuroectodermal embryonic layer: A. anhioretykuloma B. * anhioretykuloma 25. meninheoma C.

01g E. Late stage E. temporal pseudoabsance C. Sibazonum 30 ml in 150 ml of physiological solution.E.01g E. General anesthesia. in 10 min we add the medication up to 100 – 120 mg 30. Sibazonum 0. Focal attacks with secondary generalization. Anesthesia with nitrous oxide. General anesthesia.0 in 40% glucose C. First stage of general seizures called: A. Internal capsule C. * Initial stage B. tonic-clonic attacks. Natrii tiopentali 1g in 10 ml of physiological solution D. Absance. Tonic stage C. digitalis drugs. digitalis drugs B. General attacks includes: A. Autonomic – visceral and Emotional – affective partial attacks . First aid of epilepsy attack on the way to hospital contains of: A. Adversive motor attack. general atonic attacks E. Sibazonum 30 ml in 150 ml of physiological solution.0 in 40% glucose C. Sibazonum 0. Recovery stage 31. automatisms. Magnesiii sulfas 25% 10. in 10 min we add the medication up to 100 – 120 mg 29. * Upper part of precentral gyrus B. Midbrain E. Anesthesia with nitrous oxide. general atonic attacks B. Tracheobronchial tree drain. * To release breathing air ways. Clonic stage D. * Absance. Spinal cord 27. Central paresis of leg usually develops at lesion of A. digitalis drugs. First aid of epilepsy attack on the way to hospital contains of: A. myoclonic attacks D. digitalis drugs B. Pons D. Oblong brain 28. * To release breathing air ways. Natrii tiopentali 1g in 10 ml of physiological solution D. Magnesiii sulfas 25% 10. Tracheobronchial tree drain.

adenoma B. * astrocytoma 36. adenoma B. How long could last clonic stage of general seizures? A. ependymoma D. * pinealoma B. astrocytoma 34. meningioma E. slow steady increase of tumor that can be localized in the frontal. parietal lobe or in the brain stem A. How is a benign. ependymoma D. 1-5 minutes . slow steady increase of tumor that can be localized in the frontal. How is a benign.32. meningioma E. * astrocytoma 35. meningioma E. parietal lobe or in the brain stem A. temporal. meningioma E. * pinealoma B. Several seconds B. 10-20 seconds C. temporal. * 30-40 seconds D. neuromas C. How is a benign tumor that grows in the posterior third ventricle and is more common in children? A. ependymoma D. ependymoma D. How is a benign tumor that grows in the posterior third ventricle and is more common in children? A. neuromas C. astrocytoma 33. neuromas C. neuromas C.

How long could last late recovery stage of general seizures? A. 10-20 seconds C. Lesion of Holl and Burdach pathways at C5 level on the right will cause disturbances of muscle-joint sense in A. How long could last tonic stage of general seizures? A. 10-20 seconds C. Right arm . * Several seconds B. 10-20 seconds C. * 10-20 seconds C. 5-15 minutes 41. How long could last initial stage of general seizures? A. 1-5 minutes E. Several seconds B. 1-5 minutes E. 30-40 seconds D. Left arm and leg D. 30-40 seconds D. 5-15 minutes 37. How long could last early recovery stage of general seizures? A. 5-15 minutes 38. * Right arm and leg B. Right leg E. 30-40 seconds D. * 1-5 minutes E. 1-5 minutes E. * 5-15 minutes 40. 30-40 seconds D. 5-15 minutes 39. Left arm C. Several seconds B.E. Several seconds B.

In left arm and leg D. Lateral funicular of spinal cord 47. Hemianesthesia of all types of sensation on the right C. * In right leg E. In a right arm 45. In right a arm and leg B. In left arm C. In right arm and leg B. Lesion of Holl and Burdah pathways at C4 level on right side leads to loss of joint sense: A. * In left arm and leg D. Hemianesthesia of superficial sensation on the left D. C. * Medial loop D. Lesion of what nervous structure can cause disorders of all types of sensation? A. Posterior funicular of spinal cord E. Anterior soldering C. In left arm and leg D. In a right foot E. In a left arm C. In a right arm 44. A. B. In right arm 43. Hemianesthesia of superficial sensation on the right E. In a left arm C.42. Lesion of Holl and Burdah pathways at C7 level on left side leads to loss of joint sense: A. Posterior roots B. * Hemianesthesia of all types of sensation on the left B. In a right foot E. Hemianesthesia of deep sensation on the left 46. Lesion of what nervous structure can cause sensory disorders according to the segmental type? . Lesion of medial loop in middle and upper parts of brain stem is associated with A. Lesion of Holl and Burdah pathway at Th12 level on right side leads to loss of joint sense: A. * In right arm and leg B.

Thalamus D. Peripheral nerve 48. * Posterior root B. Internal capsule C. Medial loop B. Internal capsule C. On the level of lumbar thickness of spinal cord 51. On the level of cervical thickness of spinal cord D. On the level of thoracic part of spinal cord E. Lesion of what nervous structure can cause sensory disorders according to the segmental type? A. Peripheral nerve 50. Medial loop B. * Spinal ganglion E. Thalamus D.A. Recurrent attacks with personality disorders between them/ 52. Lesion of what nervous structure can cause sensory disorders according to the segmental type? A. * Recurrent attacks with various clinical signs on the background of epileptic focus and personality disorders between attacks D. * On the level of foramen occipitalis C. Main characteristics of epilepsy as a disease are: A. Peripheral nerve 49. Thalamus D. Recurrent epileptic attacks on the background of pathologic focus in brain B. Recurrent epileptic attacks with out any pathologic focus in brain E. Recurrent epileptic attacks on the background of severe alcohol intoxication C. Localization of craniovertebral tumors: A. * Anterior white soldering E. Internal capsule C. On the level of upper cervical part of spinal cord B. Medicines that improve brain metabolism . Medial loop E.

* parietal lobe B. rhythmic bilateral myoclonus D. Reosorbilakt B. Decreasing of postural tonus B. EchoEG 54. Trentalum. Actovegini. * Piracetami Actovegini. USG B. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A. brainstem . Euphyllini D. Piracetami Actovegini. Jerks of eyelids. periorbital muscles and decreasing of postural tonus E. small skin hemorrhages 56. cyanosis. cerebellum B. * EEG E. CT-scan C. * frontal lobe D. brainstem C. * Loss of consciousness. Cerebrolizini C. Curantili 53. Most informative method in diagnostic of epilepsy is: A.A. Most important method in diagnostic of epilepsy is: A. Piracetami Actovegini. Myoclonic absentia is characterized by A. MRI D. MRI D. bridge-cerebellar angle E. Piracetami Actovegini. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A. Ticlid E. IV ventricle 57. EchoEG 55. CT C. * EEG E. Doppler examination B. Hanging head and sudden drops C. Apnoe.

cerebellum D. IV ventricle 62. brainstem C. bridge-cerebellar angle E. bridge-cerebellar angle E.C. IV ventricle 61. cerebellum D. bridge-cerebellar angle E. * temporal lobe B. IV ventricle 58. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A. cerebellum B. bridge-cerebellar angle . brainstem C. brainstem C. * occipital lobe B. cerebellum D. cerebellum D. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A. cerebellum D. brainstem C. bridge-cerebellar angle E. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A. IV ventricle 60. brainstem C. * parietal lobe B. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A. * frontal lobe D. * temporal lobe B. bridge-cerebellar angle E. IV ventricle 59.

Note that with the below-named tumors refers to subtentorial: A. IV ventricle 63. * brainstem 65. occipital lobe E. parietal lobe C. frontal lobe B. cerebellum D. bridge-cerebellar angle E. frontal lobe B. parietal lobe C. Note that with the below-named tumors refers to subtentorial: A. parietal lobe C. Note that with the below-named tumors refers to subtentorial: A. IV ventricle 64. occipital lobe E. brainstem C. parietal lobe C. * brainstem 68. * occipital lobe B. Note that the below-named with supratentorial tumors relates to: A.E. temporal lobe D. * cerebellum 66. frontal lobe B. occipital lobe E. frontal lobe B. temporal lobe D. occipital lobe E. temporal lobe D. temporal lobe D. Note that with the below-named tumors refers to subtentorial: . Note that with the below-named tumors refers to subtentorial: A. * bridge-cerebellar angle 67.

left temporal lobe D. parietal lobe C. Where is the fire damage: A. toxicosis of pregnancy C. Metabolic disorders D. rubella. thalamus 72. occipital lobe E. frontal lobe B. temporal lobe D. * bridge-cerebellar angle 70. * cerebellum 69. parietal lobe C. occipital lobe E. right temporal lobe E. frontal lobe B. Where is the fire damage: A. Disorders of brain function 73. left temporal lobe D. Patient existing motor apraxia. Initial stage B. * Tonic stage . toxins B. toxins. toxoplasmosis. right parietal lobe C. Second stage of general seizures called: A. * left parietal lobe B. diet disturbances E. Patient existing motor apraxia. Prenatal risk factors of epilepsy are: A.A. Dehydration. * Infections – cytomegalovirus. right temporal lobe E. Note that with the below-named tumors refers to subtentorial: A. right parietal lobe C. thalamus 71. * left parietal lobe B. temporal lobe D. Dehydration.

Specify the tumor. Late stage E. * glioblastoma D. convexital surface of the occipital lobe 75. upper portion of the temporal lobe E. average department pretsentralnoyi gyrus B. * posterior middle frontal gyrus D. A. posterior inferior frontal gyrus C. Specify which could be a fire damage if the patient observed metamorfopsiyi. average department pretsentralnoyi gyrus B.heneralizuyutsya. upper portion of the temporal lobe E. then . posterior inferior frontal gyrus C. which are localized in the temporal lobe. meningioma E. which are localized in the temporal lobe. Specify the location of the pathological focus: A. astrocytoma 77. meningioma E. neuromas C. Specify the tumor. astrocytoma 78.C. * glioblastoma D. adenoma B. * posterior middle frontal gyrus D. Seizures in a patient with a violent start turning your head and eyes. Clonic stage D. neuromas C. Recovery stage 74. then . and often through the corpus callosum germination in both hemispheres A. Specify the location of the pathological focus: A. adenoma B. * occipital lobe .heneralizuyutsya. convexital surface of the occipital lobe 76. and often through the corpus callosum germination in both hemispheres A. Seizures in a patient with a violent start turning your head and eyes.

parietal lobe D. clonic vocalisation D. Seizures dominates in the face 81. High level of Ca in blood B. Disorders of Mg / Na pump E. trismus B. Extension of great toe C. Specify which could be a fire damage if the patient observed metamorfopsiyi. left frontal lobe E. temporal lobe C. * Disorders of K / Na pump D. Apnoe. The clonic stage includes: A. cyanosis. * Muscles atonia C. * occipital lobe B. Seizures involve all the muscles E. The development of epilepsy could be explaned with: A. Disorders of balance between alaninum. cyanosis. The early recovering stage includes: A. * Tongue biting. cyanosis. The early recovering stage often finishing with: A. temporal lobe C. Enlargement of pupils E. trismus B. Extremaly low level of K in blood C. Apnoe. trismus B. right frontal lobe 80. * Seizures dominates in the face 83. A. right frontal lobe 79. Extension of great toe C. Tongue biting. clonic vocalisation D. clonic vocalisation . Tongue biting. left frontal lobe E. parietal lobe D.B. GABA (inhibitory neurotransmitter) 82. Apnoe.

Enlargement of pupils E. Seizures dominates in the face 86. * Loss of consciousness D. Apnoe. clonic vocalisation D. * Involuntary urination C. trismus B. The initial stage can manifest as: A. trismus B. Apnoe. trismus C. clonic vocalisation E. Seizures dominates in the face 88. The early recovering stage often finishing with: A. trismus C. Seizures dominates in the face 85. The initial stage can manifest as: A. clonic vocalisation D. Tongue biting. cyanosis. Apnoe. * Bilateral general muscle jerks B. The early recovering stage often finishing with: A. Extension of great toe D. clonic vocalisation D. Apnoe. Seizures dominates in the face 84. cyanosis. Extension of great toe C. Tongue biting. Enlargement of pupils E. Seizures dominates in the face 87. trismus B. Enlargement of pupils E. Apnoe. cyanosis.D. cyanosis. Enlargement of pupils E. The early recovering stage often finishing with: A. clonic vocalisation C. Tongue biting. cyanosis. Tongue biting. * Midriasis B. Seizures dominates in the face . * Loss of consciousness E. Tongue biting.

Apnoe. Apnoe. The late recovering stage is characterised by: A. Seizures dominates in the face 93. * Babinsky sign B. * Autonomic changes 90. Apnoe. Extension of great toe C. * Decreasing of midriasis C. Tongue biting. Extension of great toe C. The late recovering stage includes: A. Seizures dominates in the face 94. Enlargement of pupils E. Seizures dominates in the face 92. Tongue biting. The initial stage can manifest as: A. * Automatic behavior B. trismus B. cyanosis.89. Tongue biting. cyanosis. cyanosis. The initial stage can manifest as: A. Seizures dominates in the face 91. trismus . trismus B. The late recovering stage is characterised by: A. clonic vocalisation D. Apnoe. * Enlargement of pupils E. Enlargement of pupils E. clonic vocalisation D. cyanosis. trismus B. Loss of consciousness D. Loss of consciousness D. The late recovering stage is characterised by: A. clonic vocalisation D. trismus C. Enlargement of pupils E. Apnoe. Seizures dominates in the face E. cyanosis. Extension of great toe C.

Involve other group of muscles B. Eldier than 40 C. violation of the outflow of blood and CSF from the cranial cavity D. Enlargement of pupils E. weight of the tumor B. malabsorption of CSF E. * Complete amnesia D. * Automatic behavior C. 20-40 years B. Speech disorders or involuntary vocalization E. The main reasons for increasing intra-cranial pressure A. cyanosis. * Under10-30 years . malabsorption of CSF E. Loss of consciousness D. * are numbered 99. The main reasons for increasing intra-cranial pressure A.B. cerebral edema C. The main differential feature of complex focal attacks from simple is: A. Apnoe. trismus B. The late recovering stage is characterised by: A. Seizures dominates in the face 95. The most frequently age of beginning epilepsy is: A. Complex illusion or hallucinations 97. weight of the tumor B. * are numbered 98. violation of the outflow of blood and CSF from the cranial cavity D. Enlargement of pupils E. Loss of consciousness C. Presence of autonomic or psychiatric symptoms D. * Loss of consciousness C. Seizures dominates in the face 96. cerebral edema C.

temporal lobe C. Initial stage B. left frontal lobe B. What is characteristic of tumor corpus callosum? A. clonic vocalisation D. * all of the above is true .D. cyanosis. trismus B. paralysis of one-or two-sided E. 40-60 years E. Specify which could be a fire damage: A. Specify which could be a fire damage: A. parietal lobe D. Tonic stage C. The tonic stage includes: A. Third stage of general seizures called: A. left frontal lobe B. apraxia D. right frontal lobe 101. parietal lobe D. temporal lobe C. Tongue biting. The patient developed visual agnosia. * occipital lobe E. * Seizures involve all the muscles E. * occipital lobe E. Recovery stage 104. Apnoe. severe mental defects of memory impairment for recent and current events B. Dementia C. Extension of great toe C. Seizures dominates in the face 103. Under 10 years 100. The patient developed visual agnosia. * Clonic stage D. Late stage E. right frontal lobe 102.

group of pathologic neurons without activity. hemiplegia. What is characteristic of tumor thalamus? A.105. contralateral hemianesteziya with kauzalhichnymy pain 108. apraxia C. A. severe mental defects of memory impairment for recent and current events B. A group of neurons with unability to enforce and spread the activity C. contralateral hemianesteziya with kauzalhichnymy pain 107. amiostatychnyy syndrome with plastic hypertension D. What is not typical for tumor subcortical nodes? A. rapidly developing hypertension and dislocation syndromes B. amiostatychnyy syndrome with plastic hypertension . apraxia C. paralysis of one-or two-sided D. Dementia C. paralysis of one-or two-sided E. What is characteristic of tumor thalamus? A. apraxia D. hyperkinesis C. What is epileptic focus? A. * all of the above is true 106. paralysis of one-or two-sided D. hemianopsia E. rapidly developing hypertension and dislocation syndromes B. * apraxia 110. * A group of neurons with pathologic activity B. What is characteristic of tumor corpus callosum? A. 109. hyperkinesis C. What is not typical for tumor subcortical nodes? A. gross defects psyhikydementsiya B. hemianesteziya. gross defects psyhikydementsiya B. A group of neurons with ability to enforce and spread normal activity E. A group of neurons without any signs of activity D.

complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. homonimna hemianopsia C. What is the first stage of extramedullary tumors? A. Pseudoathetosis C. visual agnosia E. metamorfopsiyi 113. visual agnosia E. * radicular B. Batihypesthesia 114. complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. segmental E. * radicular B. What is the first stage of extramedullary tumors? A. initial 115. What is the earliest and the most reliable sign of gradual lesion of deep sensation pathway? A. Disorders of color vision D. * hyperkinesis B. * hyperkinesis B. segmental . Sensitive ataxia B. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. hemiplegia.D. Seismhypesthesia E. What is not typical for tumors of the occipital lobe? A. metamorfopsiyi 112. * Paresthesia D. Disorders of color vision D. homonimna hemianopsia C. hemianesteziya. hemianopsia E. What is not typical for tumors of the occipital lobe? A. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. * apraxia 111.

What is the most reliable sign of cerebellar ataxia? A. initial 118. complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. * segmental E. initial 116. radicular B. Wandering gait B. Hypersomnia C. Instability in Romberg posture D. * Parino syndrome B. * segmental E. complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. Tactile paresthesia E.E. initial 117. What is the first stage of intramedullary tumors? A. * Intentional tremor C. Muscle hypotonia E. Anizokoria . Gait disorders 119. Decreased vibration sense C. Seismanesthesia B. Amyostatic syndrome D. * Visual control D. What is the most important sign of sensitive ataxia? A. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. Nystagmus 120. What is the first stage of intramedullary tumors? A. Diplopia E. radicular B. What is the reliable sign of Midbrain lesion? A.

Anesthesia of elbow edge of hand and forearm E. * Broun-Sequar syndrome C. Radicular not expressed B. segmental E. * Alternating hypalgesia C. Complete lesion of spinal cord D. High reflexes on legs 123. Segmental E. * Loss of extending elbow reflex B. Paroxysmal migrating pain in arm C. Segmental hypalgesia on face E. Homolateral spastic leg paresis B. Hypalgesia in ulnar edge of hand and forearm D. Homolateral sensitive ataxia E. Paresis of adducting muscles of hand 124. radicular B. complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. What is the reliable sign of process localization in posterior horn of segment С8? A. Central tetraparesis B. What is the second stage of extramedullary tumors? A. Contralateral hypalgesia D. What is the reliable sign of partial extramedullar lesion of thoracic part of spinal cord? A. Radicular 125. What is the second stage of extramedullary tumors? . What is the second stage of extramedullar tumor? A. * Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. initial 126. What is the reliable sign of Pons’ lesion? A.121. Homolateral bathianesthesia 122. * Circle-like radiculopathy C. Bilateral Babinski sign D.

What is the second stage of intramedullary tumors? A. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. radicular B. Radicular 128. Segmental E. segmental E. segmental E. Radicular not expressed B. Broun-Sequar syndrome . * Hemianesthesia on the opposite side B. complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. * Complete lesion of spinal cord D. Monoanesthesia E. Segmental dissociated anesthesia 131. * complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. Radicular not expressed B.A. * complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. What is the second stage of intramedullar tumor? A. What is the second stage of intramedullary tumors? A. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. What is the sign of thalamus lesion? A. radicular 130. * Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. What is the third stage of extramedullar tumor? A. radicular B. initial 127. segmental E. radicular 129. Sensory Jackson D. radicular B. Hemiplegia on the opposite side C. Broun-Sequar syndrome C.

Segmental E. Radicular not expressed B. What is the third stage of intramedullar tumor? A. segmental . Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. Broun-Sequar syndrome C. radicular B. radicular B. What is the third stage of intramedullary tumors? A. segmental E. * complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D.C. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. * Complete lesion of spinal cord D. What is the third stage of extramedullary tumors? A. radicular B. radicular B. initial 134. * Radicular 135. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. Segmental E. Brown-sekarivskoho syndrome C. * radicular 136. What is the third stage of extramedullary tumors? A. segmental E. What is the third stage of intramedullary tumors? A. * complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. Radicular 132. complete transverse lesion of the spinal cord D. segmental E. initial 133. Complete lesion of spinal cord D.

Hemiambliopia 138. Typical absence E. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple motor? . Typical absence E. Automatisms C. Dysmnestic D. * Postural D. * Focal motor without march E. Hemianopsia B. What sign of thalamus lesion is topically the most reliable? A. Typical absence D. Automatisms B. Myoclonic 140. Myoclonic 142. Typical absence E. Automatisms B. Dysmnestic C.E. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple motor? A. Dysmnestic D. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple motor? A. Hemianesthesia D. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple motor? A. Dysmnestic C. * Hemialgia E. Hemiataxia C. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple motor? A. * Focal motor with march C. Myoclonic 141. * Adversive B. * radicular 137. Automatisms B. Myoclonic 139.

Typical absence E. Myoclonic 143. Automatisms C. Typical absence D. Typical absence D. Adversive B. Automatisms C. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple with psychiatric disorders? A. Myoclonic 147. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple with psychiatric disorders? A. * Emotional-affective D. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple with psychiatric disorders? A. Typical absence E. Adversive B. Automatisms C. Myoclonic 145. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple with psychiatric disorders? A. Automatisms B.A. Typical absence E. * Aphatic C. * Hallucinatory E. Adversive B. Myoclonic 146. Dysmnestic C. * With thinking disturbances (ideatory) . * Dysmnestic D. Adversive B. * Phonatory simple E. Myoclonic 144. What type of epileptic attack belong to simple with psychiatric disorders? A. Adversive B. Automatisms D.

Which alternating syndromes characterized by tumors of the midbrain? A. Jackson Avelisa. * at occipital aperture C.C. Schmidt. Miyyara-Gubler C. B. * Schmidt. Fovillya. Miyyara-Gubler. Schmidt D. * Fovillya. Wallenberg-Zakharchenko. at the level of lumbar enlargement 150. Miyyara-Gubler C. Miyyara-Gubler. Miyyara-Gubler C. Wallenberg-Zakharchenko E. Schmidt D. at the level of the cervical enlargement D. Benedict. Typical absence E. Schmidt. level of verhnoshyynoho B. Fovillya. at the level of the cervical enlargement D. Myoclonic 148. Weber. Benedict. * Weber. Benedict. * at occipital aperture C. Which alternating syndromes characterized by tumors bridge: A. Which alternating syndromes characterized by tumors medulla? A. B. Schmidt D. Jackson Avelisa. Jackson 151. Jackson Avelisa. level of verhnoshyynoho B. at the level of the thoracic E. Where localized craniovertebral tumors: A. B. Jackson 152. Wallenberg-Zakharchenko E. Weber. Where localized craniovertebral tumors: A. Automatisms D. at the level of lumbar enlargement 149. Jackson Avelisa . at the level of the thoracic E.

Wallenberg-Zakharchenko E. Which alternating syndromes characterized by tumors bridge: A. * Schmidt. Schmidt. Weber. Fovillya. Contrastic angiography E. Which diagnostic method is most informative for verification of Subarachnoidite hemorrhage? A. B. * CT-scan D. Weber. Jackson 153. B. CT C. Jackson Avelisa E. Jackson Avelisa. Benedict. Jackson 155. Schmidt D. Miyyara-Gubler. Schmidt D. Wallenberg-Zakharchenko. Jackson 156. B. Benedict. Miyyara-Gubler C. Which alternating syndromes characterized by tumors medulla? A. Fovillya. Ultrasound doplerography . Which diagnostic method is most informative for verification of stroke? A. Miyyara-Gubler. * Fovillya. Which alternating syndromes characterized by tumors of the midbrain? A. EchoEG B. Schmidt.E. * Lumbar puncture D. * Weber. Schmidt D. Research of coagulative properties of blood C. Ultrasound doplerography 157. Miyyara-Gubler. Jackson Avelisa. Miyyara-Gubler. Jackson Avelisa. Benedict. Miyyara-Gubler C. Echoencephaloskopy B. Wallenberg-Zakharchenko E. Jackson 154. Miyyara-Gubler C. Research of eye fundus E.

* Segmental hypalgesia E. Pain B. EEG E. * anhioretykuloma B. Which methods of examination are not informative in the diagnosis of tumors: A. Which of tumors may have a cyst in different sizes? A. B. kraniohrafiya in two projections. EEG E. Echo EG C. * ENMH 160. ependymoma D. Dysesthesia 162. astrocytoma 163. * Nimotop B. meningioma E. Dicinoni D. Which of the following signs is the most reliable symptom of posterior horns lesion? A. B. Which of tumors may have a cyst in different sizes? . Which methods of examination are not informative in the diagnosis of tumors: A. Actilaza 159. Absent deep reflexes C. Which medicine you should prescribe to prevent cerebral vessel spasm to patient with haemorrhage stroke? A. CT and MRI D. CT and MRI D. * ENMH 161. EAFA E. Paresthesia D.158. Echo EG C. Actovegini C. neuromas C. kraniohrafiya in two projections.

ponto – cerebellar 167. Which tumor grows from the remnants of Rathke pocket? A. meninheoma C. optic – chiasmal D. meninheoma B.A. * kraniofarinheoma E. apraxia C. Paresis of distal part of lower extremity. main signs are: . Anterior cerebral artery is occluded. meninheoma C. pinealoma 165. Paresis of distal part of lower extremity. symptoms of oral automatism D. retention of urine. ependymoma D. Interpeduncular C. anhioretykuloma D. anhioretykuloma D. Which tumor grows from the remnants of Rathke pocket? A. Paresis of distal part of lower extremity. According to localization there are such forms of arachnoiditis except A. retention of urine. * Pontine E. symptoms of oral automatism. meningioma E. psychiatric disorders E. meninheoma B. main signs are: A. pinealoma 166. astrocytoma 164. symptoms of oral automatism. * Paresis of distal part of lower extremity. Paresis of distal part of lower extremity. Artery is occluded. neuromas C. psychiatric disorders B. * anhioretykuloma B. Convex B. psychiatric disorders 168. * kraniofarinheoma E. retention of urine.

hypersomnia E. paresis B. cerebellar hemianopsia B. At chronic luetic meningitis usually is involved A.. For convex arachnoiditis is typical everything except A.A. Weber syndrome. Temporary consciouness disorders. prosoplegia 171. visual disorders. For arachnoiditis in ponto – cerebellar angel is typical everything except A. Jackson attack D. * 2 – 3 years . alternating syndromes of Fowill or Miyar-Hyubler. * Hypoakusis E.. Hemi . Peripheral face paresis. Rajmonda syndrome. Ambliopia B. pseudobulbar syndrome. anopsia C. ear noise B. Abducens D. mono. trigeminal 170. opposite side – paresis of extremities and hemianesthesia D. vestibular ataxia 169. Benedict. How long the first stage of ALS does last? A. vestibular and equilibrium disorders C. * Coma. Oculomotorius E. * Visual nerve B. hypoakusis C. * Hemianopsia E. dizziness D. Optic nerve atrophy D. Hemihypoesthesia C. For optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis is typical everything except A. Acoustical C. Scotoma 173. Headache 172. * Hypoosmia E.

3 – 4 years 175. How long the second stage of ALS does last? A. How many days do the preparalytic stage of paralytic form of poliomyelitis lasts? A.B. How long the forth stage of ALS does last? A. 4 months – 2 years D. 6 months – 2 years C. 3 – 4 years 176. How many days do the paralytic stage of paralytic form of poliomyelitis lasts? A. 6 months 178. * 1 – 3 days B. 6 months – 2 years C. 3 – 4 years 174. 2 – 3 weeks D. 3 months – 1 year E. 2 – 3 weeks . 2 – 3 years B. 4 months – 2 years D. 1 month E. 3 months – 1 year E. 3 months – 1 year E. * 6 months – 2 years C. 1 – 3 days B. 2 – 3 years B. * 3 months – 1 year E. 4 months – 2 years D. 3 – 4 years 177. How long the third stage of ALS does last? A. 7 – 10 days C. * 4 months – 2 years D. * 7 – 10 days C. 6 months – 2 years C. 2 – 3 years B.

speech disorders B. autotopagnosia. gaze paresis. astereognosia. homonymic hemianopsia 181. autotopagnosia. Apraxia. If the internal carotid artery is occluded intracranial: A. pseudomelia C. Hemiplegia. homonymic hemianopsia E. If the left middle cerebral artery main trunk is occluded: A. astereognosia. speech disorders B. speech disorders B. astereognosia. or visual disorders on the right side and hemiparesis on the left one B. 6 months 179. * Hemiplegia. * Hemiplegia.D. homonymic hemianopsia E. or visual disorders on the side of lesion and hemiparesis on opposite side C. Hemiplegia. Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome . Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. astereognosia. speech disorders B. gaze paresis. Hemiplegia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. * Blindness. hemianesthesia. autotopagnosia. astereognosia. Apraxia. pseudomelia D. gaze paresis. If the left internal carotid artery is occluded before ophthalmic artery: A. hemianesthesia. Agnostic syndrome C. Blindness. pseudomelia D. apraxia D. Hemiplegia. apraxia D. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. apraxia D. hemianesthesia. Apraxia. hemianesthesia. gaze paresis. apraxia E. homonymic hemianopsia 180. Apraxia. Apraxia. Hemiplegia. autotopagnosia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. hemianesthesia. * Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome E. If the internal carotid artery is occluded before ophthalmic artery: A. or visual disorders on the left side and hemiparesis on the right one 183. hemianesthesia. pseudomelia C. Hemiplegia. * Blindness. autotopagnosia. pseudomelia C. If the internal carotid artery is occluded before ophthalmic artery: A. 1 month E. hemianesthesia. well expressed general cerebral symptoms 182. hemianesthesia. hemianesthesia. Hemiplegia.

homonymic hemianopsia 188. hemianopsia apraxia. * Alexia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. speech disorders C. astereognosis. gaze paresis. pseudomelia D. If the left middle cerebral artery’s posterior branches are occluded: A. hemianesthesia. hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. Hemiplegia. Hemiplegia. homonymic hemianopsia 184. autotopagnosia. speech disorders C. Hemiplegia. * Alexia. If the left middle cerebral artery’s cortical branches are occluded: A. Anozognosia. homonymic hemianopsia 187. hemianesthesia. Hemiplegia. gaze paresis. apraxia B. hemianesthesia. apraxia D. Hemiplegia. hemianesthesia. hemianesthesia. apraxia D. autotopagnosia . hemianesthesia. Anozognosia. homonymic hemianopsia 185. motor and sensory disorders in upper extremity E. Anozognosia. Hemiplegia. apraxia D. Agnostic syndrome B. gaze paresis. Hemiplegia. homonymic hemianopsia 186. hemianesthesia. * Alexia. acalculia. speech disorders C. apraxia. hemianesthesia. afferent paresis of extremities. Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome E. gaze paresis. speech disorders C. autotopagnosia D. * Hemiplegia. Apraxia. autotopagnosia E. hemianesthesia. hemianesthesia. autotopagnosia E. hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. apraxia C. bathianesthesia. acalculia.E. agraphia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. hemianesthesia. If the middle cerebral artery’s posterior branches are occluded: A. Hemiplegia. Anozognosia. Hemiplegia. motor and sensory disorders in upper extremity B. astereognosia. speech disorders B. apraxia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. If the left middle cerebral artery main trunk is occluded: A. If the left middle cerebral artery’s cortical branches are occluded: A. sensory aphasia. Hemiplegia. hemianesthesia. gaze paresis. homonymic hemianopsia B. acalculia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia.

gaze paresis. * Agnostic syndrome E. autotopagnosia. homonymic hemianopsia 191. Hemiplegia. Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome D. Apraxia. pseudomelia C. astereognosia. hemianesthesia. astereognosia. Hemiplegia. astereognosia. hemianesthesia. speech disorders B. If the right middle cerebral artery main trunk is occluded: A. Hemiplegia. astereognosia. homonymic hemianopsia E. hemianesthesia. Hemiplegia. Hemiplegia. astereognosis. autotopagnosia. pseudomelia C. homonymic hemianopsia 192. homonymic hemianopsia 193. astereognosia. Hemiplegia. hemianopsia apraxia. apraxia D. Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome E. hemianesthesia. If the right middle cerebral artery main trunk is occluded: A. * Alexia. Hemiplegia. Hemiplegia. agraphia. gaze paresis. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia.E. Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome E. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. afferent paresis of extremities. apraxia D. hemianesthesia. sensory aphasia. hemianesthesia. Apraxia. Hemiplegia. hemianopsia C. gaze paresis. If the right middle cerebral artery main trunk is occluded: A. * Blindness. speech disorders B. If the right middle cerebral artery main trunk is occluded: A. or visual disorders on the right side and hemiparesis on the left one B. speech disorders B. hemianesthesia. hemianopsia D. gaze paresis. apraxia C. apraxia 189. hemianesthesia. bathianesthesia. acalculia. hemianesthesia. Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome E. * Agnostic syndrome C. If the right internal carotid artery is occluded before ophthalmic artery: A. autotopagnosia. pseudomelia D. gaze paresis. speech disorders 190. * Apraxia. speech disorders B. Apraxia. homonymic hemianopsia . hemianesthesia. * Apraxia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. autotopagnosia. hemianesthesia. autotopagnosia. Hemiplegia.

speech disorders B. Hemiplegia. Apraxia. apraxia. apraxia D. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. astereognosis. hemianesthesia. Alexia. speech disorders B. hemianesthesia. hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. homonymic hemianopsia E. homonymic hemianopsia 195. motor and sensory disorders in upper extremity E. acalculia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. well expressed general cerebral symptoms C. * Anozognosia. motor and sensory disorders in upper extremity D. hemianesthesia. apraxia . pseudomelia D. Hemiplegia. autotopagnosia. Alexia. pseudomelia E. autotopagnosia 196. hyperpathia. apraxia 198. afferent paresis of extremities. homonymic hemianopsia 197. If the right middle cerebral artery’s cortical branches are occluded: A. agraphia. homonymic hemianopsia D. apraxia C. autotopagnosia E. hemianesthesia. Anozognosia. hemianopsia. * Optical gnosis B. * Visual agnosia. astereognosia. Apraxia. gaze paresis. disorientation in space and time E. gaze paresis. hemianesthesia. Hemiplegia. apraxia C. Hemiplegia. homonymic hemianopsia C. bathianesthesia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. autotopagnosia D. acalculia. hemianesthesia. apraxia C. speech disorders B. Hemiplegia. Infarction in the region of the posterior cerebral artery: A. hemianesthesia. If the right middle cerebral artery’s posterior branches are occluded: A. well expressed general cerebral symptoms B. hemianesthesia. apraxia. Hemiplegia.194. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. * Anozognosia. hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. Hemiplegia. sensory aphasia. astereognosia. hemianesthesia. hemianesthesia. acalculia. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. autotopagnosia. Hemiplegia. gaze paresis. * Alexia. If the right middle cerebral artery’s cortical branches are occluded: A. hemianesthesia. Hemiplegia. Hemiplegia. hemianopsia apraxia. Infarction in the region of the posterior cerebral artery: A.

Ischemic stroke with gradual growth of focal symptoms needed to be differentiated with: A. equilibrium disorders and paresis with sensory disturbances C. total aphasia. Sensory and motor aphasia E. alexia B. hyperpathia. * “Drop-attacks”. apraxia E. Right-side hemianesthesia D. well expressed general cerebral symptoms B. * Blindness or visual disorders on the opposite side B. Hemiparesis. Sensory and motor aphasia E. B. anozognosia. Hemianesthesia. * A. Dyscirculative encephalopathy 201. Infarction in the region of vertebral artery: A. Left internal carotid artery is occluded. Hemorrhage stroke B. hemianesthesia. * Brain tumor* C. Apraxia.acalculia E. Hemiplegia. senso-motor aphasia. motor aphasia C. hemianopsia. sensory aphasia. Right-side hemianopsia 203. D. hemianopsia. astereognosis. Right-side hemiparesis. hemihypesthesia C. autotopagnosia. hemianesthesia. Encephalitis E. astereognosia. Right-side hemiparesis. total hemianesthesia. pseudomelia D. main signs are: A. alexia 204. Central hemiplegia. acalculia. main signs are: A. * Spastic hemiplegia. hemianopsia. Visual agnosia. Right-side hemianopsia 202. Brain abscess D. Left internal carotid artery is occluded. Left middle cerebral artery is occluded. Spastic hemiplegia. main signs are: A. disorientation in space and time 200. E. hemihypesthesia C. Blindness or visual disorders on the opposite side B.199. Right-side hemianesthesia D. vestibular disorders. hemianesthesia. sensory and motor aphasia. autotopognosia D. Systemic dizziness. hemianesthesia. Most effective method in treatment of atherothrombotic brain infarction in first 3 hours is: . C.

Penthoxiphyllini. Aktovegini. Using anticoagulative therapy (Heparini. Most effective method in treatment of atherothrombotic brain infarction in first 3 hours is: A. Penthoxiphyllini. Fraxiparini) C. Instenoni) 206. B. Fraxiparini) C. * To renew blood circulation in zone of ischemia (Actilaza) B. Disturbance of brain blood circulation 209. 207. * Occlusion or stenosis MAH B. Instenoni) 205. Instenoni) E. Penthoxiphyllini. Using anticoagulative therapy (Heparini. Using antiagregants (Aspirini. Most important element in pathogenesis of atherothrombotic stroke is: A. * To renew blood circulation in zone of ischemia (Actilaza) 208. Disturbance of self-regulation of brain blood circulation with unstable blood pressure E.A. Using anticoagulative therapy (Heparini. Aktovegini. Disturbance of rheologic blood properties C. Using cell protection (Sermioni. Ticlid) D. Euphyllini. Fraxiparini) C. Using antiagregants (Aspirini. To improve perfusion by using Cavinton. Fraxiparini) C. Using cell protection (Sermioni. Aktovegini. Increasing of adhesion and aggregation in blood cells D. Most important element in pathogenesis of atherothrombotic stroke is: A. * Occlusion or stenosis MAH . Using antiagregants (Aspirini. Euphyllini. * To renew blood circulation in zone of ischemia (Actilaza) E. Most effective method in treatment of brain infarction in first 3 hours is: A. E. Ticlid) D. Using antiagregants (Aspirini. Euphyllini. B. Most effective method in treatment of brain infarction is: A. Instenoni) E. To improve perfusion by using Cavinton. Using anticoagulative therapy (Heparini. Using cell protection (Sermioni. Using cell protection (Sermioni. Ticlid) D. To improve perfusion using Cavinton. Ticlid) D. To improve perfusion by using Cavinton. Euphyllini. Penthoxiphyllini. * To renew blood circulation in zone of ischemia (Actilaza) B. Aktovegini.

Prevalence of focal symptoms over the general cerebral once C. Coagulopathies 212. Increasing of adhesion and aggregation in blood cells D. Angiography B. Septic endocarditis C. Most important reason that cause cardioembolic stroke is: A. Atherosclerosis B. Rheuimatizm E. Artificial valves of heart D. CT D. Most important reason that cause cardioembolic stroke is: A. Atherosclerosis B. Artificial valves of heart D. * Arrhythmia E. Septic endocarditis C. Rheuimatizm 213. EEG 211. Most important method in diagnostic of atherothrombotic brain infarction is: A.B. MRI E. ?Most important reason that cause atherothrombotic brain infarction is: A. Focal symptoms developed during some ours and days B. * Atherosclerosis of main cerebral blood vessels B. Disturbance of brain blood circulation 210. Most important sign of beginning atherothrombotic brain infarction is: A. Embolism of cardiac origin C. * Arrhythmia 214. Disturbance of self-regulation of brain blood circulation with unstable blood pressure E. Hypertonic changes of blood vessels D. * USG C. Precursors . Disturbance of rheological blood properties C. Artery-arterial embolism E.

Lower qudrantive hemianopsia with preserved macular vision C. * Developing at night or in the morning time E. hemianesthesia. * Creation of thrombs on leaves of valves E. Reason that could cause a strock in the patient with bacterial endocarditis is: A. equilibrium disorders and paresis with sensory disturbances C. apraxia 220. semantic aphasia D. disorientation in space and time D. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. Symptoms of intracranial lesion of vertebral artery are: . Visual agnosia. hemianopsia. alexia. hemianopsia. vestibular. Creation of thrombs in the cavity of left ventricule 218. hemianopsia. hemianopsia B. Upper qudrantive hemianopsia. hyperpathia. Posterior cerebral artery is occluded. hemianesthesia. * Alternal optic – hemiplegic syndrome 216. hyperpathia. apraxia 219. hemianesthesia. * Systemic dizziness.D. hyperpathia. Pale face 215. alexia E. Parino C. * “Drop-attacks”. Brisso-Siquar B. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. Vasculitis of common carotid artery C. well expressed general cerebral symptoms B. Name syndrome of damage in internal carotid artery: A. Thrombosis of internal carotid artery B. Hemiplegia. Fowill E. equilibrium disorders. Symptoms of extracranial lesion of vertebral artery are: A. Hemiplegia. well expressed general cerebral symptoms B. * Metamorphopsia. Metamorphopsia. Symptoms of extracranial lesion of vertebral artery are: A. Hemianesthesia. disorientation in space and time E. Miyar-Hyubler D. Alternating syndromes of oblongate brain D. C. sensory aphasia. disappering hemiparesis 217. Visual agnosia. main signs are: A. Rhytm disorders D.

Slow development . 9 – 16 years E. “Drop-attacks”. 20 and more years 225. Hemianopsia with senso-motor aphasia. The main clinical features of cardioembolicl ischemic stroke is: A. apraxia 221. 6 – 8 years D. 1 – 3 years C. The duration of lifetime in patients with cerebral form of ALS is A. The duration of lifetime in patients with cervical-thoracic form of ALS is A. Hemiplegia. The duration of lifetime in patients with bulbar form of ALS is A. 6 – 8 years D. well expressed general cerebral symptoms B. * 4 – 6 years B. 1 – 3 years C.A. * Alternating syndromes of oblongate brain D. 4 – 6 years B. disorientation in space and time E. The duration of lifetime in patients with lumbar-sacral form of ALS is A. 6 – 8 years D. 9 – 16 years E. 20 and more years 222. equilibrium disorders and paresis with sensory disturbances C. hyperpathia. 20 and more years 224. 20 and more years 223. 4 – 6 years B. 9 – 16 years E. * 6 – 8 years D. Presents of precursors in anamnesis B. hemianesthesia. 1 – 3 years C. * 9 – 16 years E. 4 – 6 years B. * 1 – 3 years C. hemianopsia. Visual agnosia.

C. All symptoms are regressing during 1 week 227. The main reason of this type of stroke is hypertensive disease. * Absent of general cerebral syndrome and disorders of mental function . often complicated with ischemic stroke D. Acute development B. Mainly systolic blood pressure is increased E. * Slow development. Presents of general cerebral symptoms B. C. Often complicated with ischemic stroke C. Acute development B. * Mainly diastolic blood pressure is increased D. Well-expressed meningeal syndrom 226. Good responds to treatment C. The main clinical features of hypokinetic hypertensive crisis A. Good responds to treatment C. Slow development B. Well-expressed general cerebral symptoms D. Often complicated with lung edema 228. The main clinical features of hypokinetic hypertensive crisis A. * The most frequent localization is zone of contiguous blood circulation E. * All symptoms of stroke are present in the beginning D. The main clinical features of lacuna ischemic stroke is: A. Well-expressed autonomic disorders 229. Presents of meningeal syndrom D. Patient has arrhythmia. The main clinical features of hyperkinetic hypertensive crisis A. E. Mainly systolic blood pressure is increased E. Mainly diastolic blood pressure is increased D. Well-expressed autonomic disorders 230. Presents of precursors in anamnesis B. Well-expressed focal symptoms C. The main clinical features of haemorheological ischemic stroke is: A. * Mainly systolic blood pressure is increased E.

Sepsis B. The most common sign of general cerebral syndrome at secondary purulent meningitis is A. virolex. fever. Purulent pulpitis D. focal signs B. The most effective medications in the treatment of herpetic encephalitis are A. Nausea E. Dizziness C. Cranial – cerebral trauma C. * Purulent otitis E. idoksiridinum. dehydration B. lymphocytic pleocytosis in CSF up to hundreds cells in 1mcl. meningeal signs C. Jackson attack 233. Timozinum). Vomiting 235. General hyperesthesia D. Immunomodulators (Ig. * Purulent sinusitis E. The most common clinical signs of herpetic encephalitis are A. * Headache B. glucocorticoids D.za. glucocorticoids E. Timalinum. Sepsis B. The most common reason of secondary purulent meningitis A. epileptic attacks.E. . mono – hemiparesis D. meningeal signs. Fever. Abscess – pneumonia 232. Purulent pulpitis D. interferonum. The most common cause of secondary purulent meningitis A. Cranial – cerebral trauma C. Interferonum. Kernig sign. E. epileptic attacks. Prodromal period during 2 – 3 weeks. Fever. hyperkinesis. All symptoms are regressing during 1 week 231. * Fever. fever. T – activinum. DNA. Abscess – pneumonia 234. zovirax. interferonum C. * Acyclovirum.

Typical clinical form of tick encephalitis A. * Vice verse Argil – Robertson symptom E. Atrophy of supra – and subostal muscles B. Typical feature of post encephalitic Parkinson disease is A. * EEG 241. Atrophy of interostal hand muscles E.236. meningeal 238. polioencephalomyelitic D. ENMG B. bulbar B. * poliomyelitic C. Typical amyotrophic signs of residual period at tick encephalitis? A. Atrophic tongue D. paresis of vertical sight D. * Hanging head C. Usually in debut of secondary purulent meningitis one can observe such meningeal sign as A. MRI C. * Neck stiffness B. PET-scan D. What alternative syndromes are typical for midbrain tumors? . bilateral ptosis 239. meningoencephalitic E. myosis B. shoulders’ atrophy 237. Lower Brudzinski sign 240. Kernig sign D. What additional method doesn’t have diagnostic value at ALS? A. LP E. Behterev phenomena C. anizokoria C. Upper Brudzinski sign E.

Myar-Hubler. Awellis. Schmidt. What arachnoiditis is associated with decreased vision? A. Fovihl. Myar-Hubler C. Fovihl. Ponto-cerebellaris E. Valenberg-Zaharchenko E. Jackson. * Weber. Awellis. Schmidt D. Convexital B. Schmidt D. Schmidt D. Myar-Hubler C. Weber. Posterior cranial fossa 246. Convex B. * Posterior cranial fosse 245. Myar-Hubler C. Jackson. Weber. * Basal . Schmidt. Myar-Hubler. Benedict B. Valenberg-Zaharchenko E. Jackson. * Fovihl. Ponto-cerebellaris E. What arachnoiditis is associated with cerebellar disorders? A. Myar-Hubler. Awellis.A. Basal C. * Optic-chiasmal D. Basal C. Jackson 244. Optic-chiasmal D. Valenberg-Zaharchenko. Jackson. Benedict B. Jackson 242. Benedict B. What alternative syndromes are typical for oblong brain tumors? A. Jackson 243. * Schmidt. What alternative syndromes are typical for Pons tumors? A. Convexital B. What arachnoiditis is associated with eye movements disorders? A. Awellis E.

75 % of them are lymphocytes B. myelopathy E. Cytosis less then 150 cells. Acute meningoencephalitis C. Pyelonephritis E. Cystitis D. What arachnoiditis is associated with seizures? A. What are the most common clinical signs of nervous system disturbances at primary HIV. Optic-chiasmal D. Posterior cranial fossa 248. Ponto-cerebellaris E. Pneumonia B. * Cytosis less then 100 cells. 75 % of them are neutrophils C. sensory neuropathy 251. Cytosis less then 200 cells. Ponto-cerebellaris E. * psychomotor development delay. Cytosis less then 1000 cells. 25 % of them are lymphocytes D. What are the criteria of refusing from antibiotics treatment at purulent meningitis? A. Posterior cranial fosse 247. What are the earliest complications of transversal myelitis? A. Deafness . * Convexital B. epileptic attacks B. Sepsis 250. * atypical aseptic meningitis D. Cytosis less then 10 cells. A. Eye movement’s disorders C.C. 15 % of them are lymphocytes 249. * Bed sores C. Basal C. What are the most common residual effects after tuberculosis meningitis in children? A. Optic-chiasmal D. HIV – dimension B. 50 % of them are neutrophils E.

Vertebrogenous pathology C. Infections . What are the typical changes of CSF at meningococcal meningitis? A. Ksantochrome CSF E. Lymphocyte pleocytosis C. Fibrinogen Index 256. Insufficiency of spinal blood circulation B. Trauma D. Ksantokhromic C. E. What are the typical changes of CSF at tuberculosis meningitis? A.D. Bloody B. Bloody D. * Neutrophil pleocytosis B. Fibrin plate D. Ksantokhromic C. Neuroendocrine disturbances 252. Opalescent E. Transparent 255. What are the typical changes of CSF at meningococcal meningitis? A. Hemiparesis E. * Coagulative time D. Protrombin index C. * Purulent D. Protrombin time B. Transparent 254. Protein-cellular dissociation 253. Purulent B. Tolerant of plasma to the heparin. * Opalescent E. What blood index supposed to be under control if direct anticoagulants are prescribed? A. What cause doesn’t lead to the development of ALS syndrome? A.

What doesn’t include the schema of treatment of viral meningitis? A. Central paresis E. Muscle atrophy and fasciculation C. Bacillus of Koh E. signs of peripheral motoneuron lesion B. Laferoni D. not effective treatment E. Cycloferon E.E. * signs of cerebellum lesion 260. RNA 261. What criteria don’t have diagnostic value at ALS? A. * Benzilpennicilinum C. * Alcohol abuse 257. Spirochete pallidum 258. Staphilococcus B. Increased reflexes and muscle fasciculation 259. progressive course not less then 6 months D. 100 000 Unites per kg D. * Meningococcus C. Streptococcus D. signs of central motoneuron lesion C. * 300 000 Unites per kg B. 10 000 Unites per kg . What combination of motor disturbances is typical for ALS? A. Increased muscle tone and pathological reflexes on lower extremities B. 1000 000 Unites per kg E. What dose of Benzilpenicillinum is prescribed as etiotropic treatment for purulent meningitis? A. What causes primary purulent meningits? A. 500 000 Unites per kg C. Immunoglobulin B. * Mixed paresis D.

Lasics . * Gama-globulin D. Polioencephalomyelitic B. Vitamin therapy E. Cervical-thoracic D. Encephalitic E. Glucocorticoids C. Ponto-cerebellaris E. * Generalized 264. Lumbar-sacral E. RNA-asa B. Convex B. Cerebral B. Anti-edema drugs 267. Poliomyelitic C. What from the list doesn’t belong to dehydration therapy? A. What form doesn’t belong to the acute stage of tick-encephalitis? A. What from the list belongs to the nonspecific treatment of tick-encephalitis? A. Serum immunoglobulin C. Gama-globulin B. * Mononeuritic 265. Basal C. What from the list belongs to the specific treatment of tick-encephalitis? A. Bulbar C. * Glucocorticoids 266. Serum of recovered persons D. What form doesn’t belong to cerebral arachnoiditis? A. Optic-chiasmal D. What form doesn’t belong to ALS? A. Blood transfusion from people that suffered from tick-encephalitis E. * Peripheral 263. Meningeal D.262.

Secondary 271. Rheopoliglucinum B. * Pentoxiphilinum 268. Dimedrol D. Mannit C. General D. What is the most common death reason at ALS? A. * Trental 270. Brain edema and its intrusion into large occipital opening E. Cranial trauma C. Purulent pulpitis . Acute suprarenal insufficiency 272. * Breathing and heart activity disorders at bulbar syndrome B. Convex C. Albuminum E. Manitolum D. What from the list doesn’t belong to desintoxication therapy? A. Sepsis B. Suprastinum B. Primary E. Reosorbilact C. Lorantadini E. Neohemodes D. * Basal B.B. Heart – vascular insufficiency at myocardial infarction D. breathing disorders at plugging of breathing pathways C. What is the most common reason of secondary purulent meningitis? A. * Kavinton 269. What is the localization of tuberculosis meningitis? A. What from the list doesn’t belong to desensibilization therapy? A. Tavegil C. Hekodes E.

Abscess pneumonia 273. General hyperesthesia D. Insectofungicides B. What medication is being used for the treatment of tuberculoses meningitis? A. Midantan E. Gentamicinum . Central paresis D. Repellents E. * Headache B. Hydrocephalus C. Nausea E. Lesion of cranial nerves B. * Vaccination C. Individual protective measures D. * Infectious-toxic shock 275. * Ridazini 277. Vomiting 274. What is the most common sign of general cerebral syndrome at secondary purulent meningitis? A. Benzilpennicilinum C. * Riphampicinum B. What is the most difficult complication for meningococcal meningitis? A. Ampicillinum D. What medication doesn’t belong to the pathogenetic treatment of chronic stage of epidemic encephalitis of Economo? A. Romparkin C. Cyclodolum B. Parkopan D.D. * Purulent sinusitis E. Ticks finding on skin 276. What is the preventive measure at tick encephalitis? A. Meningococcemia E. Dizziness C.

Pons .E. * Mediobasal structures of fronto-temporal lobe B. Flu-associated E. Staphylococcal C. Pneumococcal D. * Meningococcal D. Pons E. Syphilis C. Subcortical nuclei C. Syphilitic C. Cyprofloksacinum 278. What meningitis is associated with purulent changes of CSF? A. Internal capsule D. What meningitis is associated with serous changes of CSF? A. Meningococcal D. Streptococcal 280. Oblong brain 282. What parts of nervous system suffer at herpetic encephalitis? A. Meningococcal B. * Tuberculosis B. Herpetic 281. Pneumococcal E. Herpetic 279. What parts of nervous system suffer at lethargic encephalitis? A. * subcortical nuclei B. * Tuberculosis E. Internal capsule D. Brain cortex C. What meningitis is characterized by decreased level of glucose and chlorides in CSF? A. Oblong brain E. Tuberculosis B.

What sign is typical for arachnoiditis in posterior cranial fosse? A. * Cerebellar disorders B. Cerebellar disorders E. Motor disorders 287. Speech disorders C. What signs are typical for tuberculosis meningitis? A. * subacute course of the disease . What sign is typical for basal arachnoiditis? A. Cerebellar disorders E. Cerebellar disorders E. Sensory disorders D. Motor disorders 286. * Seizures B. Seizures E. Sensory disorders D. * Secondary atrophy of optic nerve disc D. Sensory disorders D.283. Motor disorders 285. True urine incontinence E. Speech disorders C. * Eye movements’ disorders B. Speech disorders C. Lower paraplegia C. Speech disorders C. What sign is typical for optic-chiasmal arachnoiditis? A. What sign is typical for convex arachnoiditis? A. Motor disorders 284. What signs are observed at meningococcal meningitis? A. Seizures B. * Kernig sign B. Motor aphasia 288. Sensory disorders according to the segmental type D.

* Eye movements disorders 291. V stage 292. What signs do not have diagnostic value in acute stage of epidemic encephalitis Economo? A. residual E. Hyper kinesis E. What stage of ALS is associated with diffusion of the pathological focus to the neighboring zones (the duration of this stage is about 4 months up to 2 years) A. What stage of paralytic form of poliomyelitis is characterized by rapid increasing of temperature. Neutrophil pleocytosis C. ІV stage E. Protein-cellular dissociation E. Parkinson syndrome B. Eye movements disorders C. paralytic C. Fever D. Recurrent . running nose. Hyperkinetic syndrome D. Neuroendocrinologic syndrome C. Plastic hypertonus E. Increased sugar in CSF D. * ІІІ stage D.B. І stage B. complains on problem with digestive system. Sleep disorders B. ІІ stage C. sleepiness? A. renewal D. What signs do not have diagnostic value in chronic stage of epidemic encephalitis Economo? A. Ksantokhromic CSF 289. * Preparalytic B. * Paralysis of extremities 290. skin hyperesthesia.

* paralytic C. Recurrent 294. Recurrent 296. Preparalytic B. Cortico – nuclear pathways 297. Cortico – muscular pathways E. residual E. Memory disorders D. Preparalytic B. Taste hallucinations C. paralytic C. What stage of paralytic form of poliomyelitis is characterized by presence of deformations and contractures of extremities? A. Spino – muscular pathways C. What stage of paralytic form of poliomyelitis is characterized by presence of paralysis with increased temperature? A. renewal D. * residual E. * D. mental disorders E. A. pyramidal pathways B. residual E. Anterior horns of the spinal cord D.293. Smell hallucinations B. * Speech disorders . What stage of paralytic form of poliomyelitis is characterized by presence of active movements in paralyzed extremities and asymmetry of paralysis? A. Preparalytic B. renewal D. What structures are involved at ALS? A. C. E. paralytic C. B. * renewal D. What symptoms are not typical for herpetic encephalitis? A. Recurrent 295.

Neck stiffness 299. * Anticholinestherase drugs B. that regulate apoptosis E.298. Nootrops E. What syndromes are not typical for encephalitis? A. What type of arachnoiditis is associated with well – expressed CSF – hypertensive syndrome? . General-infectious B. * Viral 302. * Meningeal 301. General skin hyperesthesia B. Cerebellar E. Brain stem C. Autoimmune C. Genetic D. What theory doesn’t belong to the etiology of ALS? A. neuromediators. What symptoms do not belong to meningeal syndrome? A. Anabolic D. Biostimulants C. Cortical B. * Lasseg sign E. Dehydration 303. * Meningeal E. Lessage sign C. neuropeptides. What syndromes are not typical for flu-associated encephalitis? A. Disorders of metabolism of amino acids. Prion diseases B. General –cerebral C. What therapy is effective in renewal period of Acaridae encephalitis? A. Behterev phenomena D. All above 300. Hypothalamic D. Focal D.

* Eating of milk from wild goats? B. 11. Cytomegalovirus 305. While blood transfusion C. * Tick encephalitis 308. Moscito encephalitis . flu viruses E. What way of tick encephalitis contamination is the most common? A. Interpeduncullar 304. * Parkinson disease E. Parainfectious D.A. Sub cortical nodules tumor B. ЕСНО (2. Parkinson disease at CO poisoning D. Optic – chiasmal C. Convex B. Ponto – cerebellar D. What viruses usually cause primary multi seasonal encephalitis? A. Which disease is usually differentiated with post encephalitic Parkinson disease? A. В6). * Coxacci enter viruses (А9. Tick encephalitis B. Sub cortical nodules hemorrhage C. Hereditary 306. Which encephalitis belongs to secondary? A. From virus-carrier E. Rheumatic B. 24) B. Herpes virus D. Postvaccinal E. В3. Hepatocerebral dystrophy 307. Flu-associated C. unknown viruses C. Which encephalitis belongs to primary? A. * Large cysterna E. From sick person D.

Which form belongs to the chronic stage of epidemic encephalitis Economo? A. Enteroviral E. Oculocephalgic B. Lethargic 310. Vestibular C. Syringomyelitic syndrome . Which form doesn’t belong to the chronic stage of tick-encephalitis? A. Lethargic 311. Flu-associated E. Hyperkinetic D. Flu-associated E. Ocolocephalgic B. * neuro-endocrinologic syndrome D. Which form doesn’t belong to the atypical one of acute stage of epidemic encephalitis Economo? A. Abortive D.C. Which form belongs to the chronic stage of epidemic encephalitis Economo? A. * Lethargic 313. Vestibular C. * Hyperkinetic syndrome D. Kozhevnikov epilepsy B. Oculocephalgic B. Vestibular C. Herpetic D. Which form belongs to the chronic stage of epidemic encephalitis Economo? A. Flu-associated E. Lethargic 312. Oculocephalgic B. * Rheumatic 309. Poliomyelitic C. * Parkinson syndrome C. Flu-associated E.

Without symptoms B. * Non paralytic D. Without symptoms B. Rheumatic C. At chicken pox E. Which form of poliomyelitis is characterized by lesion of meninges or spinal roots and clinically looks like serous meningitis? A. At measles 318. Which form of poliomyelitis has several subtypes – spinal. * Mosquito-associated B. Non paralytic D. * Acaridae measles B. Paralytic E. Without symptoms B.D. Non paralytic D. Flu-associated D. Which form of poliomyelitis clinically looks like short-lasting infectious disease with the signs of light lesion of upper respiratory ways or digestive tract without lesion of nervous system? A. ALS syndrome E. pontine and mixed? A. Which from the list belongs to panencephalitis? A. Abortive C. Rheumatic . Polyneuritic 315. bulbar. Which from the list belongs to panencephalitis? A. Paralytic E. Abortive C. Polyneuritic 316. Polyneuritic 317. * Paralytic E. * Meningeal form 314. * Abortive C.

Mosquito-associated 323. Flu-associated D. Rheumatic C. * measles B. Mosquito-associated 321. Abdominal B. Acaridae E. Rheumatic C. Mosquito-associated B. B. Rheumatic C. * At chicken pox B. * C. Acaridae E.C. Breathing C. Flu-associated D. Which group of muscles is damaged in last turn at ALS? A. Which from the list is parainfectious encephalitis? A. Which from the list belongs to polioencephalitis? A. Acaridae E. D. Flu-associated D. Which from the list is parainfectious encephalitis? A. Acaridae E. Flu-associated D. Mosquito-associated 322. * At German measles B. At measles 319. Which from the list is parainfectious encephalitis? A. * Economo D. Oculomotor D. Rheumatic C. Throat . At chicken pox E. At measles 320.

Preparalytic B. E. renewal D. * Seizures . Which of the following forms of poliomyelitis clinically is not expressed and is characterized by production of virus that is very dangerous epidemiologically? A. Polyneuritic 327. Non paralytic D. Which of the stage do not belong to paralytic form of poliomyelitis? A. Spinal B. Bulbar C. residual E. paralytic C. Cutting-in syndrome D. Tongue 324. Without symptoms B. * Polyneuritic 325. Non paralytic D. Paralytic E. Abortive C. Syndrome of disseminated inner coagulation E. Acute brain edema B. Bacterial endotoxic shock C.E. Paralytic E. Pontine D. Abortive C. Mixed E. Which sign from the list doesn’t belong to the early complications of meningococcal meningitis? A. * Recurrent 328. * Without symptoms B. * Polyneuritic 326. ?Which of the following forms do not belong to poliomyelitis? A. Which of subtypes do not belong to the paralytic form of poliomyelitis? A.

329. Focal signs C. Biostimulants E. CSF hypertension B. Which syndrome is not typical for meningitis? A. Spasmolytics B. Which sign from the list doesn’t belong to the general-infectious syndrome? A. Which sign from the list doesn’t belong to the late complications of meningococcal meningitis? A. General-cerebral E. * Acute brain edema 332. General-infectious B. Vomiting D. Tachipnoe 331. It is necessary to use this group of medication at muscle-tonic syndromes A. Intellectual-mental disorders D. Tachycardia E. paralysis 330. Seizures E. Dehydration D. Meningeal C. * Paresis. Which sign from the list doesn’t belong to the general-cerebral syndrome? A. Vitamins of group B 334. Shivering D. Headache B. Seizures E. Nausea C. Myorelaxant C. * Meningeal signs C. * Focal 333. CSF-changes D. Most informative method of additional examination at lumbar – sacral compressive syndromes is . Fever B.

Decrease venous outflow C. Pathogenetic mechanisms of compressive . coxarthrosis C. Falling out of disc to the side of intervertebral opening D. Papaverini E. Hyperproduction of CSF. Myelography with positive contrast C. X – ray of spinal cord B. E. degenerative process in between vertebral discs B. radiculopathy S1 E. * piriformis syndrome D. * Uncovertebral arthrosis E.radicular symptoms at cervical osteochondrosis A. * «obstruction» of CSF pass ways by fragments of elements of blood B. ENMG 335. * osteochondrosis . Lidokaini C. Soobrase. Compression of root due to the development of spondiloarthrosis 337. Signs of Bone-Bobrovnikova. Forming of ischemic focus in the brain tissue D. Ct – scan D. Occlusion hydrocephalus at subarachnoid hemorrhage is a result of A.A. The clinical features of Subarachnoid hemorrhage is most alike at: A. Naniprus 339. prolabation of disc to the side of intervertebral opening C. radiculopathy L5 B. * Euphyllini D. The most common cause of root pain development on lumbar – sacral level is A. Increasing of blood pressure 336. Nimodipini B. Wasten pillow are typical for A. * MRI of spinal cord E. scalenus syndrome 338.

Chloridi calcium D. Metastasis E. * Nimotop 341. dehydration D. Ascorutini C. radiculopathy . Vascular radicular-spinal syndromes are A. To decrease progression of degenerative changes in between vertebral discs it is necessary to use A. radiculopathy C. biostimulants 342. Spinal arachnoiditis 340. radiculopathy C.B. * chondroprotectors E. scalenus-syndrome D. * paralytic ischias B. primary tumors of vertebral column D. Coccygodynia B. iliotibial tract syndrome 343. The most effective medicine for treatment of hemorrhagic stroke is: A. spondilolisthesis C. musclus pectoralis minor syndrome 344. Vicasoli B. scalenus-syndrome D. Vascular radicular-spinal syndromes are A. paralytic ischias B. non steroid anti-inflammatory drugs B. vitamins of group B C. * myelogenic claudication E. shoulder-hand syndrome E. Ascorbinic acid E. Vascular radicular-spinal syndromes are A.

Seizures B. What complains more informative for diagnostic of subarachnoid hemorrhage? A. Felling like a stroke on a head 347. Increasing of headache B. Stein Broker syndrome E. sensory-motor D. Piriformis syndrome D. Dizziness . Increasing of headache B. motor C. Focal headache E. Diziness D. Seizures 348. * Sudden headache in occipital part B. Canial nerve lesion E. What clinical form is typical for alcoholic polineuropathy? A. * Caudogenous claudication 345. Filling like a stroke on a neck D. What complains more informative on 3rd-4th days of disease for diagnostic of subarachnoidal hemorrhage? A.C. Loss of consciousness C. * Sudden headache D. Repeated vomiting E. sensory B. autonomic E. * sensitive 346. What complains more informative for diagnostic of subarachnoid hemorrhage? A. * Pain in the lumbar level of the back C. What complains more informative on 3-4 days of disease for diagnostic of subarachnoidal hemorrhage? A. Mild increasing of body tempurature 349. Local headache C. * Pain in the lumbar level of the back C.

Piriformis syndrome 354. Recedive C. What is neurodystrophic syndrome of cervicobrachialgia? A. What is medication of choice at trigeminal neuralgia? A. * Karbamasepini D. Intravenous injection of Baralgini 352. Presence of aneurysm E. Suprastini B. Musculus pectoralis minor syndrome D. Scalenus –syndrome E. coccygodynia B. Vitamins B E. Dehydration C. Baralgini E.D. Dyclophenac 353. Occlusion hydrocephalus D. Mild increasing of body temperature 350. What could possible cause appearing of focal symptoms in the patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage A. What from the list is forbidden to the patient with acute lumbar-sacral radiculopathy? A. * shoulder –hand syndrome C. What is neurodystrophic syndrome of cervicobrachialgia? A. Pentalgini C. Repeated vomiting E. * paraphin application B. Syndrome of musculus pectoralis minor D. Increasing of intracranial pressure 351. Scalenus syndrome . * Spasm of vessels B. Spasmolitic D. Coccygodynia B. * epicondilosis C.

* Blockage of acetylcholinestherase activity C. What is pathogenetic mechanism of cervicocranialgia? A. Acute radiculopathy 359. Blockage of ?-adrenoreceptors D. What is pathogenetic mechanism of central nervous system lesion at PhOS poisoning? A. Piriformis-syndrome C. * Acute compression of radiculo-medullar artery D. Destruction of cholin receptors 357. severe pain phenomena B. Syndrome of Stein Broker E. * irritation of sympathetic nerve of vertebral artery B. What is the absolute direction for the operative treatment of intervertebral disc hernia? A. What is the absolute direction for the operative treatment of intervertebral disc hernia? A. Huge hernia C. Piriformis syndrome 355.E.cholin receptors E. Blockage of n-cholin receptors B. Blockage of m. Well expressed static-dynamic disorders E. What is neurodystrophic syndrome of lumboischialgia? A. Syndrome of iliotibial tract D. size of hernia 5-6 mm C. Vasoparetic type 356. reflectory straining of paravertebral muscles C. severe pain phenomena during 1 month B. irritation of sinuvertebral nerve Lushka D. uncovertebral arthrosis 358. compression of radiculo-medullar artery by intervertebral disc hernia E. * Acute compression of horse tail D. * Coccygodynia B. Well expressed static-dynamic disorders .

* Clacium tetacini 365. What is the early sign of diabetic polineuropathy? A. Metastasis E. D-penicilamini C. Primary tumors D. * Intervertebral disc hernia development B. Myeloma disease E. paresis of feet flexors C. What is the most common cause of radicular pain on lumbar – sacral region? A.E. Lost deep sensation E. Spinal arachnoiditis 363. Spondilitis B. trauma 362. Sensitive ataxia 361. Metastatic tumors E. tumors D. Na tiosulphas B. Spondilolisthesis C. Acute radiculopathy 360. What is the most effective medication for treatment of lead encephalopathy? A. What is the most frequent etiologic factor of SH? . Unitiolum D. * lost deep reflexes B. primary tumors D. What is the most common cause of radicular pain on lumbar –sacral level? A. Spondilolisthesis C. Spinal arachnoiditis 364. MgSO4 E. paresis of feet extensors D. * hernia of intervertebral disc B. What is the most common cause of pain syndrome on lumbar level? A. * oseochondrosis C.

A. Conjunctivitis B. Steppage gait 369. Hypertensive E. * Atropini . well expressed sensitive ataxia B. * severe trophic disorders C. What medication is antidote at PhOS poisoning? A. Ca tetacini C. mimic muscles paralysis 368. Reosorbilact E. Atherosclerotic B. incubation period 12-24 days B. Atrophy of calf muscles E. lasix B. Unitiolum B. * Aneurysmatic 366. Blastomatose C. Pain D. flaccid paresis in distal parts of extremities D. Synkinesis E. D-penicylamini D. Fasciculation 367. * diplopia and photophobia D. What is the sign of distal symmetric diabetic polineuropathy? A. normal temperature C. headache E. Traumatic D. What is the peculiarity of botulism polineuropathy development? A. * Isonitrazid 370. ?What medication is prescribed in first row of treatment of cholinergic crisis? A. What is the most important complication of facial nerve neuropathy? A. * Contracture C.

Nerviplex C. Lidokaini C. Radial and ulnar nerve . What nerves are leaving posterior secondary fascicle of brachial plexus? A. ?What medication should be prescribed at PhOS poisoning? A. radial and medial nerve B. * Nimodipini B. ulnar and medial nerve E. Radial and ulnar nerve D. radial and medial nerve B. * ulnar and medial nerve C. Anaprilini 372. Musculo-cutaneus nerve and medial nerve 375. Proserini B. Radial. What nerves are leaving lateral secondary fascicle of brachial plexus? A. KCl 371. Papaverini E. * Atropini E.C. Naniprus 373. Musculo-cutaneus nerve and medial nerve 374. What medicine is better to use for preventing spasm of vessels and ischemia of brain in case of subarachnoid hemorrhage? A. Radial and ulnar nerve D. Euphyllini D. What nerves are leaving medial secondary fascicle of brachial plexus? A. Prednisoloni E. * radial and axial nerve B. Gangleroni D. ulnar and medial nerve C. Radial. ulnar and medial nerve E. * ulnar and medial nerve C. Dipiroxim D.

Prosoplegia. * Prosoplegia. Signs of vertebral column instability 378. non steroid anti-inflammatory drugs 377. Radial. retroauricular pain D. Palsy of lower mimic muscles. desensibilization B. What sign is not typical for lumbalgia? A. hyperakusis. Prosoplegia. What signs are developed at lesion of facial nerve after leaving n. “pendulum-like” movements in shoulders are possible D. desintoxication E. hyperakusis 380. sign of “frozen shoulder” C. hyperakusis. * dehydration C. retroauricular pain E. rheological D. lacrimation. Prosoplegia. ulnar and medial nerve E. * Stretch phenomena E. ageysia C. * Palsy of all mimic muscles. straining of paravertebral muscles B. hyperakusis. Prosoplegia. ageysia C. kserophthalmia. kserophthalmia. painful palpation of paravertebral points C. ageysia D. non of the list 379. lacrimation. Deformation of lumbar lordosis D. hyperakusis. Severe limitation of movements in joint B. ageysia . hyperlacrimation.D. hyperlacrimation. What pathogenetic group of medication is primary one at facial nerve neuropathy in acute period? A. hyperlacrimation. ageysia B. Petrosus major? A. Musculo-cutaneus nerve and medial nerve 376. What signs are developed at extracranial lesion of facial nerve? A. hyperakusis. ageysia B. Prosoplegia. Prosoplegia. * all is correct E. What sign is typical for dystrophic stage of periomarthrosis? A.

* eye movements disorders 385. upper quadrant sympathetic D. hyperlacrimation. * 24 hours D. What time from the beginning of subarachnoid hemorrhage is more informative to make a lumbar puncture ? A. kserophthalmia. ageysia B. hyperakusis. 48 hours . Proximal paresis of extremities E. eye syndromes E. * Prosoplegia. hyperakusis. * Prosoplegia. What syndrome is not typical for cervicocranialgia? A. hyperakusis. 12 hours C. Prosoplegia. sensory disorders according to the conductive type C. hyperakusis. Prosoplegia. Prosoplegia. hyperlacrimation E. ageysia D. hyperakusis 382. What signs are developed at lesion of facial nerve after leaving n. hyperakusis 381. hyperlacrimation. hyperlacrimation. Prosoplegia. ageysia C. hyperlacrimation. What signs are typical for alcoholic polineuropathy A. Prosoplegia. * hyperesthesia with hyperpathy in hands and feet B. What signs are developed at lesion of facial nerve after leaving n. ageysia E. Pelvic disorders D. ageysia B. hyperakusis 383. hyperlacrimation. Prosoplegia. 36 hours E. vestibulo-cochlear C. ageysia C. Sensory disorders according to the segmental type 384. Prosoplegia. Prosoplegia. pain B. stapedius? A. hyperakusis. hyperlacrimation. kserophthalmia. ageysia D. Chorda tympani? A. Prosoplegia. hyperakusis.E. 6 hours B.

non of answers is correct 388. When heating procedures are prescribed at exacerbation of lumboischialgia? A. radiculopathy B. Euphilini 391. urine stone disease D. Bile stone disease E. Which of medication is a myorelaxant? A. Which of prescribed measures are forbidden for patient with acute lumbar – sacral radiculopathy . not earlier then after 14 days D. A. Spasmalgon B. * Radiculoischemia D. piriformis syndrome B. Stein-Broker syndrome E. Baralgini D. from the 1st day B. * Plasmapharesis D. Anti.histamine 387. femoral nerve neuritis 390. Artificial lung ventilation B. Shoulder-scapular periarthrosis 389.386. Scalenus syndrome C. What treating measure is number one at acute Hyen-Bare poliradiculoneuropathy? A. Corticosteroids C. * Midocalm E. Immunoglobulin E. not earlier then after 7 days C. * Lumbalgia C. Which disease we should think about if the patient complains on severe back pain after lifting heavy thing? There are positive Laseg and Neri signs on the right. Platyphilini C. * not earlier then after 3 weeks E. Which clinical form doesn’t belong to reflectory syndromes of osteochondrosis? A.

piriformis muscle syndrome C. piriformis muscle syndrome C. * scalenus syndrome B. Vitamins of group B E. intravenous infusion of Euphillinum 392. vertebral artery syndrome E. scalenus syndrome B. Which of the following syndromes depends to neuro – dystrophic ones on cervical level? . coccigodynia 395. small thoracic muscle syndrome 396. steinbroker syndrome D. vertebral artery syndrome E. steinbroker syndrome B. Which of the following syndromes belong to muscle – tonic one on lumbar – sacral level? A. * heating procedures B.A. coccigodynia 394. Which of the following syndromes depends to neuro – dystrophic ones on cervical level? A. analgesics D. dehydration C. vertebral artery syndrome E. * steinbroker syndrome D. piriformis muscle syndrome C. lumbalgia 393. * small thoracic muscle syndrome D. scalenus syndrome B. * piriformis muscle syndrome C. Which of the following syndromes depends to muscle – tonic ones on cervical level? A. Which of the following syndromes depends to muscle – tonic on cervical level? A. vertebral artery syndrome E. small thoracic muscle syndrome D.

D Up to 10 years A. vertebral artery syndrome E. * Meningovascular B.A. tabes dorsalis A. cochlear C. Oculomotorius . * Cephalgic D. Under 2 years C. Autonomic 399. progressive paralysis C. C. E. * Periomartrosis syndrome D. Horizontal osteophits B. piriformis muscle syndrome C. A. 4-6 years B. Under 1 year 400. Decreased height of intervertebral disc 398. At chronic luetic meningitis usually is involved A. Gumma D. ]B. amyotrophic 401. * Visual nerve B. * B. Vertical osteophits C. Abducens D. Which signs on X – ray prove that the patient has I stage of osteochondrosis? A. sclerosis of closing plate E. * slightly expressed lordosis D. Optic – ocular E. Vestibular B. Acoustical C. small thoracic muscle syndrome 397. Under 4 mounth D. Which symtoms are usually observed at cervico – cranialgia ? A. scalenus syndrome B.

trigeminal 403. Patient has spastic-paretic gait. Fifth degree of MS characterised with: A. D. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. Genetic susceptibility. distress 404. geographic factor. At chronic luetic meningitis usually is involved A. difficulty to walk and weakness on 200-300 m. D. Abducens D. * Patient can’t walk C. Patient has spastic-paretic gait. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. First degree of MS characterised with: A. slow neuro infections. 406. Genetic susceptibility. Patient can’t walk C. head trauma C. * Genetic susceptibility. Patient can’t walk without help B. Patient can’t walk without help B. high protein and fat diet. Acoustical B. chronic intoxication by organic substances.E. geographic factor B. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. trigeminal 402. Fifth degree of MS characterised with: A. Patiend blindness D. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. . Patient can’t walk without help B. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. geographic factor E. * Patiend blindness C. Genetic susceptibility. chronic intoxication. 405. * Visual nerve C. Genetic susceptibility. difficulty to walk and weakness on 200-300 m. Oculomotorius E. * Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. MS? Combination of which factors has the most important meaning in the development of A. geographic factor D.

Vitamins B C. Subacute poliomyelitis . Subacute poliomyelitis E. Syringomyelia B. Forth degree of MS characterised with: A. except: A. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Syringomyelia B.407. except: A. 409. MS C. Radiculoischemia 410. MS C. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Subacute poliomyelitis E. MS C. except: A. Patiend blindness D. * Neural amyotrophy D. Syringomyelia B. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. * Myasthenia D. Patient can’t walk C. First row therapy in the treatment of acute stage of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. physiotherapy 408. Radiculoischemia 411. * Patient can’t walk without help B. Diuretics D. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. * Myopathy D. Anticholinestherase E. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. * Glucocorticoids B.

In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. except: A. * Hematomyelia D. Syringomyelia B. ALS D. ALS . Radiculoischemia 412. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. MS C. * Spinal infarction D. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. Hematomyelia B. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. Intramedullar tumour E. Radiculoischemia 414. ALS D. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. except: A. Syringomyelia B. Intramedullar tumour E. Hematomyelia B.E. Subacute poliomyelitis E. except: A. except: A. MS C. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. * MS 415. except: A. * Radiculoischemia 416. Hematomyelia B. Radiculoischemia 413. Subacute poliomyelitis E. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C.

Late forms of neurosyphilis are all except A. Intramedullar tumour E. except: A. tabes dorsalis . In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Intramedullar tumour E. * Spinal amyotrlphy 421. except: A. Hematomyelia B. except: A. ALS D. * Myasthenia 417. ALS D. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. Intramedullar tumour E. Intramedullar tumour E. except: A. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. amyotrophic B. * Myopathy 418. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases.D. * Subacute poliomyelitis 420. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. ALS D. * Neural amyotrophy 419. ALS D. Hematomyelia B. Hematomyelia B. Hematomyelia B. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Intramedullar tumour E.

Second degree of MS characterised with: A. D. intention at coordinating tests B. nausea . Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. nystagmus E. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. Patient can’t walk C. * decreasing of deep sense C. nystagmus C. * decreasing of vibration sense E. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. intention at coordinating tests B. gumma E. progressive paralysis D. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. scanning speach D. * Patient has spastic-paretic gait. intention at coordinating tests B. * vomiting. scanning speach D. intention at coordinating tests B. * meningitis 422. difficulty to walk and weakness on 200-300 m. decreasing of muscules tones 424. scanning speach D.C. nystagmus E. Patient can’t walk without help B. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. decreasing of muscules tones 425. 423. decreasing of muscules tones 426. * dizziness D. scanning speach C. nystagmus C.

decreasing of muscules tones 427. * intention at coordinating tests C. instable in Romberg posture B. * instable in Romberg posture B. Signs of MS sensetive ataxia includes all except: A. ear noise B. scanning speach E. loss of vibration sense D. decreasing of deep sense D. * intention at coordinating tests B. vomiting. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: . depending ataxia of visual control 430. instable in Romberg posture 432. vomiting. depending ataxia of visual control 431. instable in Romberg posture C. intention at coordinating tests C. Signs of MS sensetive ataxia includes all except: A. decreasing of deep sense D. nausea E. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. nausea C. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. decreasing of deep sense C. * scanning speech 429. depending ataxia of visual control E. loss of vibration sense E. Signs of MS sensetive ataxia includes all except: A. nystagmus D. nystagmus D.E. * ear noise B. decreasing of muscules tones 428. loss of vibration sense E.

nausea D. ear noise B. * movement assinergy E. ear noise B. nausea E. vomiting. vomiting. nystagmus C. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. instable in Romberg posture E. nausea E. EEG . * scanning speach D. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. instable in Romberg posture 434. nystagmus D. vomiting. * adiadochokinesis 436. The most accurate diagnostic method of MS is: A. instable in Romberg posture 435. CSF B. nystagmus C. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. * decreasing of muscules tones C. nausea D. nausea D. ear noise B. instable in Romberg posture E. vomiting. ear noise B. * dysmetry 437. vomiting. ear noise B.A. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. instable in Romberg posture 433. nystagmus C. nystagmus C.

A. Vestibular ataxia 439. parasthesia D. The most frequent typical clinical features of MS is: A. parasthesia. decreased vibration sense C. Transient parasthesia. disorders of urination. Patient can’t walk C. * Acute meningoencephalitis C. * Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. * MRI E. Sensory disorders E. decreased vibration sense. micturition. D. 441. Transient visual disturbances. E. Cerebellar ataxia B. Angiography 438. sensory neuropathy 442. AIDS – dementia . lower paraparesis. Third degree of MS characterised with: A. Hesitating at walking. legs paresis. The most frequently appearing first symptoms of MS are: A. absence of abdominal reflexes. * B. Patient can’t walk without help B.C. Patiend blindness D. CT D. C. decreased visual acuity 440. atypical aseptic meningitis D. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. decreased vibration sense B. absence of abdominal reflexes. Transient visual disturbances. absence of abdominal reflexes E. Transient visual disturbances. Visual and eye movement disorders D. AIDS – dementia B. urination disturbances. myelopathy E. * Motor disorders C. Typical clinical signs of nervous system lesion at primary influence of AIDS A. Typical clinical signs of nervous system lesion at primary influence of AIDS A. muscle hypotonia.

B. * Acute meningoencephalitis C. atypical aseptic meningitis D. myelopathy E. sensory neuropathy 443. Typical optic sing of syphiliytic damage is A. myosis B. anizokoria C. paresis of vertical sight D. * Vice verse Argil – Robertson symptom E. bilateral ptosis 444. Typical optic sing of syphiliytic damage is A. ALS B. * Tick’s encephalitis C. Multiple sclerosis D. para infectious encephalitis E. Spinal tumor 445. Usually at chronic luetic meningitis we observe A. Upper Brudzinski sign B. Middle Brudzinski sign C. Lower Brudzinski sign D. * Neck stiffness E. Kernig sign 446. What are the clinical criteria of MS diagnosis? A. * Multiple lesion of CNS, chronic course B. Acute infectious disease with lesion of all parts of NS C. Chronic disease with monosymptomatic lesion of pyramid pathways D. Acute stroke – like onset with gradual increasing of symptoms during the week E. Peripheral NS lesion, including optic nerves 447. What are the earliest complications of transversal myelitis? A. Pneumonia B. * Bed sores C. Cystitis

D. Pyelonephritis E. Sepsis 448. What are the most common clinical signs of nervous system disturbances at primary HIV. A. HIV – dimension B. Acute meningoencephalitis C. * atypical aseptic meningitis D. myelopathy E. sensory neuropathy 449. What clinical form of MS is the most frequent? A. Bulbar, cerebellar B. * Brain stem – cerebellar – spinal C. Optic – brain stem – cerebellar D. Spinal - brain stem – cerebellar E. Cerebellar – spinal 450. What combination of motor disturbances is typical for ALS? A. Increased muscle tone and pathological reflexes on lower extremities B. Muscle atrophy and fasciculation C. * Mixed paresis D. Central paresis E. Increased reflexes and muscle fasciculation 451. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF of patiene with acute syphilitic meningitis? A. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) E. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) 452. What dose of methylprednisolone has to be used in case of AMEM? A. * 10-15 mg per kg i/v B. 15-25 mg per kg i/v C. 25-30 mg per kg i/v D. 5-10 mg per kg i/v

E. 50-60 mg per kg i/v 453. What is a conservative treatment for syringomyelia? A. * Radioactive P and J B. Proserinum C. Analgetics D. Prednison E. Rebif 454. What is a conservative treatment for syringomyelia? A. * X-rey therapy B. Proserinum C. Analgetics D. Prednison E. Rebif 455. What is maximal dose of Dexametasone at MS pulse – therapy? A. * 8 mg per day B. 16 mg per day C. 4 mg per day D. 1 mg per day E. 10 mg per day 456. What is maximal dose of methylprednisoloni at MS pulse – therapy? A. 500 mg per day B. 600 mg per day C. 750 mg per day D. 800 mg per day E. * 1000 mg per day 457. What is perhaps etiology of AMEM? A. Rapid progressive B. * Stationary C. Remittent D. Slow progressive E. Regressive 458. What is the best additional method for MS diagnostics?

A. CT B. Echoencephalography C. EEG D. Angiography E. * MRI 459. What is the most common death reason at ALS? A. * Breathing and heart activity disorders at bulbar syndrome B. breathing disorders at plugging of breathing pathways C. Heart – vascular insufficiency at myocardial infarction D. Brain edema and its intrusion into large occipital opening E. Acute suprarenal insufficiency 460. What is the most frequent type of MS clinical course? A. * Remittent B. Stationary C. Slow progressive D. Rapid progressive E. Regressive 461. What is the most frequent type of MS clinical course? A. Rapid progressive B. Stationary C. * Slow progressive D. Remittent E. Regressive 462. What is the most popular pathogenetic theory of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. * Autoimmune B. Viral C. infectious D. intoxication E. Hereditary 463. What is usuarly used in therapy at retrobulbar neuritis? A. T-activinum

Baclofen B. What medicine is more effective in treatment of pelvis disorders at MS: A. * Clonasepam D. Sirdalude 468. * Proserinum E.B. * Baclofen B. Baclfoen B. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. Halantaminum 467. Clonasepam D. Sirdalude 466. Methylprednison B. Copaxone C. Prednisone E. Clonasepam D. Carbamasepinum C. * Dexametasone D. What medicine is more effective in treatment of spasticity at MS: A. Baclofen B. Clonasepam . What medicine is more effective in treatment of paroxysmal signs at MS: A. Proserinum E. Methylprednisolon 464. Sirdalude C. Sirdalude 465. Proserinum E. Carbamasepinum C. Carbamasepinum C. * Carbamasepinum C. What medicine is more effective in treatment of tremor at MS: A. Proserinum E. Clonasepam D.

Betametason B. corona radiate. Rebif 469. Betaferon C. Lumbar-sacral . What parts of NS are usually involved in pathological process of MS? A. Azatioprin D. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. corona radiate D. Proserinum 472. Betametason B. posterior funiculi of spinal cord. brain stem. posterior funiculi of spinal cord. Optic nerves. Optic nerves. posterior funiculi of spinal cord 473. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. Azatioprin D. * Halantaminum E. * Metypred E. Proserinum 471. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. Total B. Betaferon C. Betametason B. posterior funiculi of spinal cord C. Cervical D.D. What spinal clinical form of syringomyelia is the most frequent? A. Thoracic E. Optic nerves. Azatioprin D. Optic nerves. brain stem E. * Cervical -thoracic C. Betaferon C. * Dexamethason E. posterior and lateral funiculi of spinal cord B. * Solu-medrolum E. * Optic nerves. Proserinum 470.

posterior roots D. Total B. Anterior horns of the spinal cord D. * Lumbar-sacral 475. anterior horns 477. What structures are involved at ALS? A. When do the signs of MS appear for the first time? A. Cervical -thoracic C. After 80 years 479. Spino – muscular pathways C. What spinal clinical form of syringomyelia is the most rare? A. lateral columns E. * In 20 – 40 years B. Posterior horns C. * D. Cervical D. Symptomatic 478. Thoracic E. * Immune suppressive C. In 70 – 80 years E. Cortico – nuclear pathways 476. What therapy should be given preference at treatment of MS? A. all What structures of spinal cord are damaged in atactic stage of tabes dorsalis most of A. * Posterior columns B. Which dose of metilprednisoloni intravenous injection (by drops) is used for the treatment of ADEM? . Physiotherapy E. In 50 – 60 years D.474. pyramidal pathways B. Cortico – muscular pathways E. Vitamin therapy D. Immune modulating B. In 5 – 10 years C. E.

0. * 10 – 15 mg per kilo 480. 5 – 6 mg per kilo D.3 mg per kilo C.1 mg per kilo B. Azatioprin D. 1 – 2 mg per kilo B. Which dose of prednisoloni is used for the treatment of MS exacerbation? A. Throat E. 2 – 4 mg per kilo C. Betaferon . 0. Which group of muscles is dieing last one at ALS? A. Breathing C. 0. * 1.0 mg per kilo 481. Betaferon C. Tongue 482.6 mg per kilo E.5 mg per kilo D. Vitamin B B. Vitamin B B. * Methylprednisolone E. Proserinum 484. Which medicine need to be used in case of AMEM? A. Proserinum 483. 0. Which medicine need to be used in case of AMEM ? A. Azatioprin D. Vitamin B B. 8 – 9 mg per kilo E. Which medicine need to be used in case of AMEM? A. * Prednisolone E.A. Betaferon C. Abdominal B. * Oculomotor D.

Which of the following symptoms are not typical for the acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. Opticomyelitis D. trigeminal 486. Spinal tumor 488. acoustical C. Myasthenic syndrome 487. posterior roots . Proserinum 485. * Optic B. Lesion of roots and peripheral nerves 489. Multiple focuses D. * Corticosteroids E.C. Polioencephalomyelitis C. * posterior columns B. Which nerve is usually damaged at chronic luetic meningitis? A. * New unstable symptoms E. Which structures of spinal cord are usually involved at atactic stage of tabes dorsalis? A. * Multiple sclerosis B. para infectious encephalitis E. Tick’s encephalitis C. * Encephalomyelopoliradiculoneuritis B. Disseminated myelitis E. Oculomotorius E. Which of the following clinical forms are the most often for acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. Rapid onset B. Azatioprin D. posterior horns C. Which of the following is differential diagnosis of encephalomyelitis? A. ALS D. Fever C. abducens D.

Laseg E. sacral 491. Degerina . cervical B. Fents D. * Wasserman B. At compression of L5 – S1 the most expressed stretch phenomena is A. Mackevich E. Fents D. Degerina 493. Neri E. At compression of L3 – S4 the most expressed will be such stretch phenomena A. * abdominal D. At compression of L3 – L4 is well expressed such stretch phenomena as A. Neri C. * Laseg sign B. Bone – Bobrovnikova C. At compression of L3 – L4 the most expressed stretch phenomena is A. * Mackevich B. Degerina 492. Bone – Bobrovnikova C. Anterior branches of spinal nerves create such plexuses as all except A. lateral columns E. brachial C.D. lumbar E. Wasserman E. Mackevich D. * wasserman B. Degerina 494. Bone – Bobrovnikova C. Laseg D. anterior horns 490.

vitamins of group B 496. nonsteroid anti – inflammatory E. * paresis of foot extensors B. vitamins of group B 497. hypoesthesia on anterior surface of hip 499. lost Achielle reflex C. decreased Achielle reflex D. For Adamkevych artery compression by intervertebral disc hernia is typical all the signs except A. * Severe pain 500. non steroid anti-inflammatory drugs E. Hypotrophy of calf D. For paralytic ischias are typical all the signs except A. paresis of foot flexors C. foot paralysis B. ulcers 498. * dehydration therapy B.495. * severe pain D. At signs of compression on lumbar-sacral level for pain management is used A. hypotrophy of calf muscles E. For L5 radiculopathy is typical A. pelvic disorders according to the central type E. For Piriformis muscle syndrome is typical all except . analgesics C. analgesics C. conductive sensory disorders C. tranquilization D. lower paraparesis B. Steppage E. At signs of compression on lumbar – sacral level for pain management usually is prescribed A. * dehydration B. tranquilization D.

limitation of movements in shoulder E. edema over clavicle B. * positive Edson sign D. Positive Wasten pillow sign D. * Paresis of foot extensors E. For scalenus syndrome are typical all the signs except A. anesthesia on anterior surface of hip E. steppage-gait D. paresis of foot extensors. positive Bone-Bobrovnikova sign B. * paresis of foot flexors. * hypoethesia on radial edge of forearm D. painful putting the arms backwards B. not painful “pendulum-like” movements in shoulders C. For Piriformis Popelanski lameness is typical A. Paresthesia while walking E. hypoethesia on ulnar edge of forearm E. * Severe pain in legs while walking that enforce patient to stop and seat D. For S1 radiculopathy is typical A. Piriformis lameness 501. hypotrophy of calf muscles C. hypotrophy of anterior surface of calf 503. positive Edson sign C. paresis of foot flexors. For shoulder-hand syndrome are typical all the signs except A. decreased space between joints on X-ray 505. hypotrophy of anterior surface of calf B. hand edema . Micturition while walking C. paresis of foot flexors.A. severe arm pain B.scapular periarthrosis are typical all the signs except A. Positive Soobrase sign C. hypotrophy of quadriceps femoris. Acute retention of urine while walking 502. painful palpation of over and under clavicle zones 504. For shoulder. weakness in legs while walking that enforce patient to stop and seat B.

Red skin E. Siquar sign D. Laseg sign B. * Matskevych sign C. For vasospastic type of lumbar ischialgia are typical all the signs except? A. Neri sign 510. trophic disorders C. * Red skin E. For vasoparetic type of lumbar ischialgia are typical all the signs except? A. Low back pain at coughing. cold extremities B. * Degerina sign C. Wasserman sign E. Autonomic type of pain 508. Laseg sign B. spot like osteodystrophy of Zudek 506. Increased low back pain after bending head forward is called A. trophic disorders C. Increasing pain on anterior surface of hip after leg flexion in knee joint in patient lying on abdomen is called A. Laseg sign B. Degerina sign C. sneezing is called A. * hand muscles paresis E. trophic disorders in hand D. Wasserman sign E. * pale skin D. * Neri sign 509. Siquar sign . pale skin D. Siquar sign D.C. Feeling of hot in extremities B. Autonomic type of pain 507.

plasmol. Neri sign 511. Neri sign 512. Decreased plantar reflex . Alflutop. Plasmol B. CT-scan C. Chondroitini. Decreased Achielle reflex D. segmental hyper or hypoesthesia C. pain and paresthesia in certain dermatome B. Teraflex. Sermion E. Siquar sign D. Pain on anterior surface of hip at leg flexing in hip joint in patient lying on abdomen is called A. Rumalon. Spondilography D. * decreased reflexes D. Myelography E. Matskevych sign C. * Decreased knee reflex C. What are the most important methods of cervical radiculopathy investigation? A.D. Turin sign B. Wasserman sign E. What are the signs of L2 radix lesion A. Zinaksin D. Calcemin 513. Alflutop. * Artron. Calf muscles hypotrophy B. * MRI B. What are the most common signs of compressive-radicular syndrome at cervical osteochondrosis? A. dicloberl C. What are chondroprotectors? A. Artron. absent reflexes E. domination of sensory disorders over the motor ones 514. * Wasserman sign E. Angiography 515. Structum. Alflutop.

Horizontal osteophits B. Vertical osteophits C. difficulties at leg flexion in knee joint B. decreased Achielle reflex 518. slightly expressed lordosis D. * Horizontal osteophits B. Horizontal osteophits B. What hernia of intervertebral disc can cause compression of horse tail? . What changes on X – ray prove that the patient has II stage of osteochondrosis? A. slightly expressed lordosis D. difficulties at foot flexion E. calf and foot B. Vertical osteophits C. Decreased height of intervertebral disc 519. What are the signs of L3 radix lesion A. difficulties at foot flexion E. hypoesthesia on external surface of hip. * Decreased height of intervertebral disc 520. What changes on X – ray prove that the patient has III stage of osteochondrosis? A. sclerosis of closing plate E. decreased Achielle reflex D. * sclerosis of closing plate E. Vertical osteophits C. slightly expressed lordosis D. What are the signs of L2 radix lesion A. calf and foot 516. difficulties at foot extension C. Hypoesthesia on external surface of hip. difficulties at foot flexion C. sclerosis of closing plate E. What changes on X – ray prove that the patient has III stage of osteochondrosis? A. * hypoethesia on anterior surface of hip 517. Decreased height of intervertebral disc 521.E. * difficulties at leg extension in knee joint D.

Achielle reflexes changes 524. Coccygodynia B. wasserman E. Coxarthrosis E. Electrophoresis with Novocaini on collar zone 525. What is the most effective method of compressive –radicular syndromes treatment at cervical osteochondrosis? A. Lesagge C.A. What is the sign of posterior root lesion? A. * Laseg B. Analgesics D. Syndrome of Stein Broker D. paramedial B. Coccygodynia B. anterior 522. Coxarthrosis E. What is the name of stretch phenomena at sciatic nerve lesion? A. lateral D. Drawing out of cervical part of vertebral column in seating position by Glisson loop B. * Piriformis-syndrome C. Syndrome of Stein Broker D. Gonarthrosis 523. * middle C. Paravertebral Novocaini blockade E. What is muscle-tonic syndrome of lumboischialgia? A. fasciculation . Kernig 526. * Syndrome of iliotibial tract C. What is muscle-tonic syndrome of lumboischialgia? A. foraminal E. * Dehydration therapy C. Brudzinski D.

painful movements in joint C. Kurantil D. cyanotic hand D. Platyphilini C. What sign is not typical for algic stage of periomarthrosis? A. severe limitation of arm movements 532.L4 E. 529.B. radix S1. non of the list 531. Dexalgini E. lower flaccid paraparesis B. herpetic rash D. * Dexamethasoni B.L5 D.L 2 530. foot and small finger? What roots are usually damaged at vertebral compression on lumbar level? A. What sign is not typical for compression of horse tail by intervertebral disc hernia? A. hand edema C. radix L4. What sign is not typical for algic stage of shoulder-hand syndrome? A. flaccid paresis E. arm B. severe pain in hand. What medication is used in dehydration therapy? A. calf. * transversal lancinating pain C. * local osteoporosis E. all is correct E. * radix L5-S1 B. pelvic disorders according to the peripheral type . * sign of “frozen shoulder” D. hyperreflexion 527. limitation of movements in joint B. radix L1. radix L3.S2 C. Ketorolak 528. What root innervates skin of external surface of hip.

amyotrophic 536. Gumma D. pelvic disorders according to the peripheral type C. Under 1 year 535. Oculomotorius E. At chronic luetic meningitis usually is involved A. A. radicular pain in legs and perineum B. 4-6 years B. Acoustical B. sensory disorders according to the segmental-radicular type D. * Meningovascular B. C. trigeminal . * B. Under 4 mounth D. tabes dorsalis A. Abducens D. E. D Up to 10 years A. * Visual nerve B. asymmetry of lesion 534. asymmetry of lesion 533. progressive paralysis C.C. Abducens D. trigeminal 537. ]B. At chronic luetic meningitis usually is involved A. * Visual nerve C. Oculomotorius E. lower flaccid paraparesis E. * symmetry of lesion E. Acoustical C. What sign is not typical for compression of horse tail by intervertebral disc hernia? A. Under 2 years C. * sensory disorders according to the segmental-dissociated type D.

Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. * Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. physiotherapy . Patient can’t walk without help B. First degree of MS characterised with: A. D. 540. Fifth degree of MS characterised with: A. * Patiend blindness C. Genetic susceptibility. Genetic susceptibility. * A. Genetic susceptibility. Patient has spastic-paretic gait. geographic factor B. D. Genetic susceptibility. D. 542. Vitamins B C. D. Genetic susceptibility. First row therapy in the treatment of acute stage of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. E. geographic factor D. B. C. Diuretics D. distress 539. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. chronic intoxication by organic substances. Glucocorticoids B. Patient can’t walk without help B. slow neuro infections. Fifth degree of MS characterised with: A. Patient can’t walk without help B. head trauma C.538. C. geographic factor E. difficulty to walk and weakness on 200-300 m. E. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. * A. high protein and fat diet. * Patient can’t walk C. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. Anticholinestherase E. ?Combination of which factors has the most important meaning in the development of MS? A. Patient can’t walk C. 541. chronic intoxication. B. Patient has spastic-paretic gait. difficulty to walk and weakness on 200-300 m. geographic factor. Patiend blindness D.

544. Syringomyelia B. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. Syringomyelia B. MS C. * Myopathy D. Subacute poliomyelitis E. * Myasthenia D. MS C. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Radiculoischemia 546. Patient can’t walk C. * Neural amyotrophy D. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Radiculoischemia 547.543. * Spinal infarction D. except: A. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. except: A. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. MS C. except: A. Forth degree of MS characterised with: A. Subacute poliomyelitis E. except: A. MS C. Subacute poliomyelitis E. Syringomyelia B. Subacute poliomyelitis . Syringomyelia B. Patiend blindness D. Radiculoischemia 545. * Patient can’t walk without help B.

MS C. Subacute poliomyelitis E. * Hematomyelia D. * Radiculoischemia 551. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Intramedullar tumour E. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. * Myasthenia 552. Hematomyelia B. ALS D. Intramedullar tumour E. Intramedullar tumour E. Hematomyelia B. In case of ALS differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Hematomyelia B.E. except: A. Radiculoischemia 549. ALS D. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. ALS . except: A. ALS D. Syringomyelia B. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. except: A. except: A. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. Radiculoischemia 548. Hematomyelia B. except: A. * MS 550. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases.

Intramedullar tumour E. ALS D. Patient can’t walk without help B. progressive paralysis D. tabes dorsalis C. except: A. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Hematomyelia B. difficulty to walk and weakness on 200-300 m. ALS D. * Spinal amyotrlphy 556. gumma E. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. except: A. * Subacute poliomyelitis 555. * Myopathy 553.D. * Patient has spastic-paretic gait. ALS D. Patient can’t walk C. In case of syringomyelia differential diagnosis should be made with following diseases. Second degree of MS characterised with: A. * meningitis 557. Intramedullar tumour E. Intramedullar tumour E. Hematomyelia B. Intramedullar tumour E. amyotrophic B. Hematomyelia B. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. except: A. Late forms of neurosyphilis are all except A. Cervical ischemic myelopathy C. . * Neural amyotrophy 554.

Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. intention at coordinating tests B. scanning speach D. decreasing of muscules tones . scanning speach E. nystagmus C. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. intention at coordinating tests B. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. nausea E. * ear noise B. * decreasing of deep sense C. decreasing of muscules tones 560. * vomiting. nystagmus C.D. scanning speach C. decreasing of muscules tones 561. decreasing of muscules tones 562. decreasing of muscules tones 559. 558. intention at coordinating tests B. nystagmus E. Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. scanning speach D. nystagmus E. scanning speach D. nystagmus D. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A. * decreasing of vibration sense E. * dizziness D. intention at coordinating tests C. intention at coordinating tests B. Signs of MS cerebellar ataxia includes all except: A.

nausea C. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. ear noise B. vomiting. loss of vibration sense E. * intention at coordinating tests C. nausea E. ear noise . Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. nystagmus D.563. loss of vibration sense D. vomiting. instable in Romberg posture C. Signs of MS sensetive ataxia includes all except: A. depending ataxia of visual control E. depending ataxia of visual control 566. * scanning speech 564. ear noise B. instable in Romberg posture 568. decreasing of deep sense D. nausea E. Signs of MS sensetive ataxia includes all except: A. * decreasing of muscules tones C. vomiting. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. depending ataxia of visual control 565. * instable in Romberg posture B. decreasing of deep sense D. instable in Romberg posture 567. nystagmus D. loss of vibration sense E. instable in Romberg posture B. decreasing of deep sense C. * intention at coordinating tests B. Signs of MS sensetive ataxia includes all except: A.

ear noise B. nystagmus C. nystagmus C. instable in Romberg posture E. CT D. instable in Romberg posture 570. nausea E. nausea D. CSF B. * Motor disorders C. nystagmus C. instable in Romberg posture 569. * dysmetry 572. nausea D. vomiting. Visual and eye movement disorders . * movement assinergy E. The most accurate diagnostic method of MS is: A. * adiadochokinesis 571. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. vomiting. instable in Romberg posture E. The most frequent typical clinical features of MS is: A. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A. Angiography 573. * MRI E. vomiting. Cerebellar ataxia B. ear noise B. * scanning speach D. vomiting. EEG C. nystagmus C. Signs of MS vestibular ataxia includes all except: A.B. ear noise B. nausea D.

Vestibular ataxia 574. * Patient has difficulty to walk and weakness on 2-3 km. Transient visual disturbances. Transient visual disturbances. decreased vibration sense. Typical optic sing of syphiliytic damage is A. myelopathy E.D. legs paresis. parasthesia D. decreased vibration sense B. decreased visual acuity 575. atypical aseptic meningitis D. Sensory disorders E. Hesitating at walking. Third degree of MS characterised with: A. absence of abdominal reflexes E. Typical clinical signs of nervous system lesion at primary influence of AIDS A. * Acute meningoencephalitis C. E. absence of abdominal reflexes. sensory neuropathy 577. The most frequently appearing first symptoms of MS are: A. * Acute meningoencephalitis C. atypical aseptic meningitis D. muscle hypotonia. sensory neuropathy 578. A. AIDS – dementia B. Typical clinical signs of nervous system lesion at primary influence of AIDS A. myelopathy E. Patient has difficulty to walk only after physical training E. absence of abdominal reflexes. Transient visual disturbances. anizokoria . parasthesia. Patient can’t walk C. * B. micturition. lower paraparesis. myosis B. Transient parasthesia. Patiend blindness D. decreased vibration sense C. disorders of urination. D. C. 576. urination disturbances. Patient can’t walk without help B. AIDS – dementia B.

Sepsis 583. paresis of vertical sight D. HIV – dimension B. Acute meningoencephalitis C. Spinal tumor 580. Upper Brudzinski sign B. What are the most common clinical signs of nervous system disturbances at primary HIV. Typical optic sing of syphiliytic damage is A. ALS B. chronic course B. * Neck stiffness E. Cystitis D. * atypical aseptic meningitis . Kernig sign 581.C. bilateral ptosis 579. Lower Brudzinski sign D. A. Pyelonephritis E. * Tick’s encephalitis C. * Bed sores C. What are the clinical criteria of MS diagnosis? A. * Multiple lesion of CNS. Usually at chronic luetic meningitis we observe A. * Vice verse Argil – Robertson symptom E. including optic nerves 582. para infectious encephalitis E. Multiple sclerosis D. Acute infectious disease with lesion of all parts of NS C. What are the earliest complications of transversal myelitis? A. Chronic disease with monosymptomatic lesion of pyramid pathways D. Middle Brudzinski sign C. Pneumonia B. Peripheral NS lesion. Acute stroke – like onset with gradual increasing of symptoms during the week E.

50-60 mg per kg i/v 588. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF of patiene with acute syphilitic meningitis? A. Optic – brain stem – cerebellar D. 25-30 mg per kg i/v D. cerebellar B. 5-10 mg per kg i/v E. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. * 10-15 mg per kg i/v B. Proserinum C. Central paresis E. Spinal . What dose of methylprednisolone has to be used in case of AMEM? A. Bulbar. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) E. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. Prednison . Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. * Mixed paresis D. Muscle atrophy and fasciculation C. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) 587. sensory neuropathy 584. * Radioactive P and J B. Increased reflexes and muscle fasciculation 586.D. 15-25 mg per kg i/v C. What is a conservative treatment for syringomyelia? A. * Brain stem – cerebellar – spinal C.brain stem – cerebellar E. Analgetics D. Cerebellar – spinal 585. myelopathy E. What clinical form of MS is the most frequent? A. Increased muscle tone and pathological reflexes on lower extremities B. What combination of motor disturbances is typical for ALS? A.

Proserinum C. 1 mg per day E. 750 mg per day D. What is the best additional method for MS diagnostics? A. Remittent D. * 8 mg per day B. Prednison E. Slow progressive E. Rebif 589. Rebif 590. 600 mg per day C. What is maximal dose of methylprednisoloni at MS pulse – therapy? A. Echoencephalography C. What is maximal dose of Dexametasone at MS pulse – therapy? A. What is perhaps etiology of AMEM? A. Angiography E. What is a conservative treatment for syringomyelia? A. 800 mg per day E. 500 mg per day B. 4 mg per day D. Rapid progressive B. What is the most common death reason at ALS? . 10 mg per day 591. * 1000 mg per day 592.E. 16 mg per day C. CT B. * Stationary C. * MRI 594. * X-rey therapy B. EEG D. Regressive 593. Analgetics D.

Rapid progressive E. T-activinum B. Stationary C. Brain edema and its intrusion into large occipital opening E.A. * Slow progressive D. What is the most popular pathogenetic theory of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. Regressive 596. Heart – vascular insufficiency at myocardial infarction D. Methylprednisolon 599. Remittent E. * Remittent B. Copaxone C. * Dexametasone D. Hereditary 598. What medicine is more effective in treatment of paroxysmal signs at MS: A. Stationary C. Prednisone E. What is the most frequent type of MS clinical course? A. Acute suprarenal insufficiency 595. What is usuarly used in therapy at retrobulbar neuritis? A. Rapid progressive B. Baclofen . intoxication E. What is the most frequent type of MS clinical course? A. * Breathing and heart activity disorders at bulbar syndrome B. breathing disorders at plugging of breathing pathways C. * Autoimmune B. Slow progressive D. Viral C. infectious D. Regressive 597.

Baclfoen B. Baclofen B. Carbamasepinum C. Halantaminum 602. * Proserinum E. Sirdalude 600. Clonasepam D. Clonasepam D. * Clonasepam D. Methylprednison B. Sirdalude 603. Betaferon C. Proserinum E. Clonasepam D. * Baclofen B. Carbamasepinum C. What medicine is more effective in treatment of spasticity at MS: A. Carbamasepinum C. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. Sirdalude 601. Sirdalude C. * Halantaminum E.B. Clonasepam D. * Carbamasepinum C. Rebif 604. What medicine is more effective in treatment of tremor at MS: A. Proserinum E. Betametason B. Azatioprin . Proserinum E. What medicine is more effective in treatment of pelvis disorders at MS: A.

What parts of NS are usually involved in pathological process of MS? A. * Dexamethason E. Thoracic E. Cervical -thoracic C. brain stem E. * Optic nerves. Cervical D. Proserinum 607. posterior funiculi of spinal cord. posterior funiculi of spinal cord. Betametason B. posterior and lateral funiculi of spinal cord B. Betaferon C. * Metypred E. Total B. Betametason B. * Lumbar-sacral .D. Azatioprin D. posterior funiculi of spinal cord C. Betaferon C. * Solu-medrolum E. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. Thoracic E. Proserinum 606. Optic nerves. Azatioprin D. Cervical D. What medicine should be used in case of exacerbation of MS? A. posterior funiculi of spinal cord 608. brain stem. Optic nerves. What spinal clinical form of syringomyelia is the most frequent? A. Proserinum 605. Total B. Optic nerves. corona radiate D. corona radiate. * Cervical -thoracic C. Optic nerves. Lumbar-sacral 609. What spinal clinical form of syringomyelia is the most rare? A.

What structures are involved at ALS? A. 2 – 4 mg per kilo C. all What structures of spinal cord are damaged in atactic stage of tabes dorsalis most of A. Cortico – nuclear pathways 611. Posterior horns C. Symptomatic 613. * Cortico – muscular pathways E. In 5 – 10 years C. * Posterior columns B. anterior horns 612. After 80 years 614. posterior roots D. Which dose of metilprednisoloni intravenous injection (by drops) is used for the treatment of ADEM? A. 1 – 2 mg per kilo B. Anterior horns of the spinal cord D. Vitamin therapy D. When do the signs of MS appear for the first time? A. * Immune suppressive C. Which dose of prednisoloni is used for the treatment of MS exacerbation? .610. 5 – 6 mg per kilo D. What therapy should be given preference at treatment of MS? A. Immune modulating B. 8 – 9 mg per kilo E. * In 20 – 40 years B. In 70 – 80 years E. In 50 – 60 years D. pyramidal pathways B. * 10 – 15 mg per kilo 615. Spino – muscular pathways C. Physiotherapy E. lateral columns E.

Tongue 617. * Oculomotor D. Azatioprin D. Proserinum 618. 0. Betaferon C. Proserinum 619. Which nerve is usually damaged at chronic luetic meningitis? A. Betaferon C. 0. * Prednisolone E.6 mg per kilo E. Azatioprin D. Which medicine need to be used in case of AMEM? A. Breathing C. Throat E. Which group of muscles is dieing last one at ALS? A. acoustical . Which medicine need to be used in case of AMEM? A. Azatioprin D. * Optic B. 0.3 mg per kilo C. * Corticosteroids E. 0.0 mg per kilo 616. Vitamin B B. * Methylprednisolone E. Abdominal B. * 1.1 mg per kilo B. Vitamin B B.A. Vitamin B B.5 mg per kilo D. Which medicine need to be used in case of AMEM ? A. Proserinum 620. Betaferon C.

* New unstable symptoms E. * posterior columns B. Which structures of spinal cord are usually involved at atactic stage of tabes dorsalis? A. Which of the following is differential diagnosis of encephalomyelitis? A. para infectious encephalitis E. * Encephalomyelopoliradiculoneuritis B. Tick’s encephalitis C. anterior horns . Which of the following symptoms are not typical for the acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. Disseminated myelitis E. Polioencephalomyelitis C. posterior roots D. Myasthenic syndrome 622. Which of the following clinical forms are the most often for acute disseminated encephalomyelitis? A. Multiple focuses D. Oculomotorius E. ALS D.C. Fever C. Opticomyelitis D. lateral columns E. Spinal tumor 623. Rapid onset B. trigeminal 621. * Multiple sclerosis B. abducens D. posterior horns C. Lesion of roots and peripheral nerves 624.

* neostriatum C. rhythmic. There are tonic-clonic seizures. BP – 115/70. fronto-prefrontal region E. Where is the lesion? A. 16 y. child has involuntary muscle contraction in extremities. Pulse .o. 10 y. There are tonic-clonic seizures. 10 y. Before the attack she noticed unpleasant taste. * temporal lobe E.o. hysteric attack 3.62 per min. What is your diagnosis? A. simple atypical absence D. patient suddenly noticed red face. He was admitted to the hospital without being in consciousness. patient suddenly lost consciousness.Tasks 1. sympatho-adrenal crisis B. bloody foam from mouth. patient suddenly lost consciousness. 18 y. cerebellum D. EEG – single acute waves in both hemispheres. patient complains on short lasting attacks of loosing consciousness (up to 15 sec) that are associated with rolling up of eyes (the information received from witnesses). Eye ground is without changes. Pulse rate – 98 per min. simple typical absence C. Before the attack she noticed visual hallucinations. right occipital lobe D. Where is the lesion? A. * complicated typical absence B.o. It is A. vago-insular crisis E. clonic and tonic seizures. parietal lobe C. pseudoabsence 4. Morgani-Adams-Stocks attack C. absence E. palidonigral system B. Where is the lesion? A. left occipital lobe B. precentral gyrus 2. Pupils are large and do not react to the light. BP – 140/90. 18 y. face and body. These attacks constantly repeat on the background of coma. left parietal lobe . frontal lobe 5.o.o. * epileptic status D.

right occipital lobe D. patient suddenly lost consciousness. Before the attack he felt dizziness. Pulse rate – 104 per min. Where is the lesion? A. huge epileptic attack E. 19 y. temporal lobe C. 23 y. occipital lobe E. myoclonic absence D. temporal lobe C. parietal lobe .o. right parietal lobe D. There are tonic-clonic seizures. What kind of seizure are those? A. patient suddenly lost consciousness. hysterical attack 7. right parietal lobe D. Before the attack she noticed jerking movements in right extremities. There are tonic-clonic seizures.o. right parietal lobe D. occipital lobe E.B. * left parietal lobe B. * Jackson epilepsy B. 23 y. 24 y. Where is the lesion? A. The duration of attack was 3 min. The patient forgot the attack. patient suddenly lost consciousness. Several days ago he suddenly noticed tonic seizures in right foot fingers that spread to the calf.o. Objectively – there are paresis of right foot after attack. positive Babinski sign on the right. temporal lobe C. left occipital lobe B. frontal lobe 8. He doesn’t loose his consciousness. * occipital lobe E. frontal lobe 6. frontal lobe C. Before the attack she noticed numbness of right half of body. BP – 130/80. There are tonic-clonic seizures. left parietal lobe B.o. Kozhevnikov epilepsy C. patient complains on headache during the last 2 months. right hand and transformed into clonic. Where is the lesion? A. hip. * frontal lobe 9. noise in ears.

28 y. What is the most probable risk factor for the development of seizures? A. frontal lobe . diuretics C. parietal lobe E. urine incontinence. tongue biting.o. smokes. arterial hypertension B. hereditary arterial hypertension. enlarged pupils. Where is the lesion? A. The patient has frequent acute respiratory diseases. smoking C. * anti-seizures B. right occipital lobe D. tongue biting. What kind of attack is that? A. Before the attack he felt smell of fried rubber. left occipital lobe B. is alcohol abuse.E. * temporal lobe C. neuroleptics 11. enlarged pupils. patient had first epileptic attack. BP – 140/90. * hysteric B. There are tonic-clonic seizures. 25 y. patient suddenly lost consciousness. simple absence C. interrupting breathing. tranquilizators E. hypotensive D.o. patient has periodical seizures with loss of consciousness. urine incontinence. frequent pulse rate. What medications should be used in this case? A. 25 y. partial attack 12. quinsy. * alcohol abuse D. Pulse rate – 98 per min. frequent pulse rate. generalized seizure E.o.o. The duration of attack is 1-5 min with afterwards sleeping and complete amnesia of attack. quinsy 13. complicated absence D. acute respiratory diseases E. interrupting breathing. The duration of attack is 1-5 min with afterwards sleeping and complete amnesia of attack. 27 y. * temporal lobe 10. patient has periodical seizures with loss of consciousness. During the next 3 years he suffered from such attacks 1-2 times per year.

Heart rate is 100 per 1 min. cerebral – vascular crisis 18.o. 30 y.14. TIA E. right occipital lobe D. Between attacks consciousness is lost. epileptic state B. patient suddenly lost consciousness. Before the attack he felt dizziness. Breathing is noisy with participation of additional muscles. parietal lobe E. BP – 160/100. What state is in patient? A. * epileptic status . patient suddenly lost consciousness.o. feeling of unreality. long-lasting epileptic attack C. TIA E. patient with epileptic disease noticed 3 attacks of tonic-clonic seizures during 1 hour. long-lasting epileptic attack C. Pulse rate – 100 per min. BP – 150/90. Pulse rate – 96 per min. Pulse rate – 100 per min. BP – 150/100. What diagnosis is that? A. TIA E. vestibular syncope D. hyperventilative ischemic attack 15. * epileptic state B. 30 y. Before the attack he felt dizziness. feeling of unreality. 30 years old patient noticed three attacks of tonic–clonic seizures during 1 hour. BP – is 160/100mm. * epilepsy C. left occipital lobe B. There are tonic-clonic seizures. Where is the lesion? A. There are tonic-clonic seizures. Consciousness doesn’t appear between the attacks. * series of epileptic attacks D. 30 y. BP – 150/100. Breathing is noisy with help of additional muscles. * temporal lobe 16.o. Consciousness between the attacks renewed. fear. patient with epileptic disease noticed 3 attacks of tonic-clonic seizures during 2 hours. What state is in patient? A. The patient forgot the attack. cerebral – vascular crisis 17.o. Pulse rate – 100 per min. What is the name of this state? A. frontal lobe C. fear. The patient forgot the attack. Breathing is noisy with help of additional muscles. series of epileptic attacks D. Morgani-Adams-Stocks syndrome B. 30 y.

patient has involuntary jerking movements of eyes and head to the left before huge epileptic attack. 30 years old patient suddenly lost his consciousness. Jackson E. lower frontal gyrus E. Where is the lesion? A. Before attack he felt dizziness. upper frontal gyrus 22. What type of seizures is observed? A. There are tonic – clonic seizures. * Adversive B. Heart rate is 100 per min.o. * adversive B. absence C. patient has involuntary jerking movements of eyes and head to the left before huge epileptic attack. Morgan – Adams – Stocks syndrome B. fear. * middle frontal gyrus D. postural . long lasting epileptic attack C. Which diagnosis is in patient? A. feeling of unreality. Jackson E. Vestibular dizziness D. series of epileptic attacks D. 32 years old patient has attacks of seizures. 32 y. * Epilepsy C. 32 y. postcentral gyrus C. procursive D.o. Futonomic crisis 20. Procursive D. He forgets about attack. Involuntary movements of eyes and head to the left are observed before them. Transient ischemic attack E. Absans C. What type of seizures are these? A. postural 21. BP is 150/100. cerebral – vascular crisis 19. precentral gyrus B.B. transient ischemic attacks E.

Procursive D. neuralgia 27. multiple sclerosis C.o. upper part of left precentral gyrus B. upper part of left parietal lobe 24. * Adversive E. amaurosis 26. binasal hemianopsia D. What type of seizures is observed? A. upper part of left temporal lobe E. 34 years old patient has attacks of seizures. 34 y. postural 25. lower part of left precentral gyrus D. neuropathy E. The doctor suspected hypophysis tumor.o. What disease can be suspected? . Objectively – small inside cross-eye on the left. * bitemporal hemianopsia C. What disease can be suspected? A. Jackson B. * tumor D. 1 month after numbness spread to cheek and was associated with paroxysmal pain in left part of face that were not treated by analgesics.23. 35 y. What visual disorder is the most typical in this case? A. * middle part of left precentral gyrus C. 1 month after numbness spread to cheek and was associated with paroxysmal pain in left part of face that were not treated by analgesics. arachnoiditis B. disturbances of left eye movements outside. homonymous hemianopsia B. patient noticed numbness of forehead skin on the left.o. Absans C. quadrant anopsia E. 1 month more after she noticed double vision while looking to the left. Objectively – small inside cross-eye on the left. 1 month more after she noticed double vision while looking to the left. Involuntary movements of eyes and head to the left are observed before them. 35 y. Where is the lesion? A. disturbances of left eye movements outside. patient noticed numbness of forehead skin on the left. hypoalgesia with hyperpathy in forehead and cheek skin. patient had clonic jerking movements in right arm without loss of consciousness 3 days ago. hypoalgesia with hyperpathy in forehead and cheek skin. 35 y. patient is being treated in endocrinology department with Itsenko-Kushing syndrome.o.

EEG B. Objectively – small inside cross-eye on the left. disturbances of left eye movements outside. EEG B. patient noticed numbness of forehead skin on the left. * V and VI 29. What additional method of examination should be prescribed first of all? A. 35 y. 1 month more after she noticed double vision while looking to the left. trigeminal neuralgia B. What nerves are involved in pathological process? A. Objectively – small inside cross-eye on the left. 35 y. trigeminal neuropathy C. patient noticed numbness of forehead skin on the left.o. disturbances of left eye movements outside. abducens nerve neurinoma 28. Ultrasonography of main arteries of head C. V and IV C. VII and IV B. 35 y. Lumbar puncture 30. disturbances of left eye movements outside.A. 1 month more after she noticed double vision while looking to the left. * МRI D. V and III E. Ultrasonography of main arteries of head C. Echo-EG E. Objectively – small inside cross-eye on the left. abducens nerve neuropathy E. 1 month after numbness spread to cheek and was associated with paroxysmal pain in left part of face that were not treated by analgesics. * trigeminal neurinoma D. hypoalgesia with hyperpathy in forehead and cheek skin. Lumbar puncture . hypoalgesia with hyperpathy in forehead and cheek skin. 1 month more after she noticed double vision while looking to the left. 1 month after numbness spread to cheek and was associated with paroxysmal pain in left part of face that were not treated by analgesics. What additional method of examination should be prescribed first of all? A. Echo-EG E.o. * CT-scan D. VII and VI D.o. 1 month after numbness spread to cheek and was associated with paroxysmal pain in left part of face that were not treated by analgesics. patient noticed numbness of forehead skin on the left. hypoalgesia with hyperpathy in forehead and cheek skin.

Jackson epilepsy 33.o. Phenobarbital B. The attack is finished with involuntary laughing. Phenobarbital B. patient suffers from short lasting without seizures attacks (stiffness). What kind of attack is that? A. Where is the lesion? A. right frontal lobe 35. left precentral gyrus B. elementary – motor automatism and involuntary urination. * temporal lobe B. 35 years old patient suffers from short – lasting without seizure attack in form of immobility. elementary motor automatism and involuntary urination. patient lost ability to dress herself. Where is the lesion? A. * Karbamazepin C. Diphenin E. Kozhevnikov epilepsy C. occipital lobe E. papaverinum D.that are finished with involuntary laughing. Hexamidin 34.o.o. to use spoon and cup. generalized tonic-clonic attack E. myoclonus D. Difeninum E.31.o. Hexamidinum 32. 43 y. Which medication should be used for attack prevention? A. There are no paresis. * absence B. patient suffers from smell and taste hallucinations during the last 2 weeks. 35 y. left frontal lobe C. parietal lobe D. What medication should be used for prevention of attacks? A. Papaverin D.that are finished with involuntary laughing. 56 y. * Carbamazepin C. elementary motor automatism and involuntary urination. 35 y. left postcentral gyrus . patient suffers from short lasting without seizures attacks (stiffness).

Where is the lesion? A. He even used phone on left ear as he lost hearing on right one. Echo-EG E. facial nerve neuropathy E. Several days before he was admitted to the hospital he noticed facial asymmetry.0 lost ability to recognize relatives. left lower frontal gyrus E. medial surface of occipital lobe D. * ponto-cerebellar tumor C. visual tract C. patient with visual acuity 1. optic nerve E.C. Several days before he was admitted to the hospital he noticed facial asymmetry. She suffers from headache and frequent dizziness. He even used phone on left ear as he lost hearing on right one. There were several attacks of dizziness. patient with visual acuity 1. What additional method of examination should be prescribed? A. vertebro-basilar insufficiency 39. 56 y. homonymous hemianopsia E. Lumbar puncture . There were several attacks of dizziness. * convex surface of occipital lobe B. Ultrasonography of main arteries of head C. 6 months ago the patient noticed right ear noise. What pathology was suspected? A.o. What pathology is that? A. amaurosis D. ambliopia 37. acoustical nerve neuropathy D. * left gyrus supramarginalis D. 6 months ago the patient noticed right ear noise. thalamus 38. 56 y.0 lost ability to recognize relatives during the last month. left middle frontal gyrus 36. * visual agnosia B. heteronymous hemianopsia C. arachnoiditis B. EEG B. * MRI D.o.

or retention of urine. frequent pulse rate. Meningitis E. Pulse is 62 per min. vago – insular crisis E. Morgani. He was hospitalized without consciousness. with . What is your diagnosis? A. Pupils are wide and they do not react to light. rhythmic. VII CN C. Several days before he was admitted to the hospital he noticed facial asymmetry.Adams – Stocks attack C. suizures in upper extremities muscles. Put previous diagnosis: A. TIA 43. VIII and V CNs 41. What structures of brain are involved in pathological process? A. tongue biting. wideness of pupils. biting of tongue’s top. There is bloody foam from mouth. interrupting breathing. Motor Jackson C. frequently at day time without loss of consciousness. * VII and VIII CNs D. Bp – is 115 /70. * epileptic status D.40. V CN E. 6 months ago the patient noticed right ear noise. Brain tumor C. In 10 years old patient face suddenly became red. * Hysterical attack D. On EEG there are single acute waves in both hemispheres. sympatho – adrenal crisis B. Eye ground is without changes. tongue biting. emotional instability. In 25 years old patient seizures are usually developed with lost of consciousness. frequently at day time without loss of consciousness. VIII CN B. There were several attacks of dizziness. Tonic and clonic seizures are present. emotional instability. These attacks are constantly repeated on the background of coma. or retention of urine. Meningitis E. hysteria 44. A 34 years old women compliance for dizziness. TIA 42. * Hysterical attack B. A 36 years old women compliance for dizziness. Put previous diagnosis: A. Epileptic attacks without seizures D. He even used phone on left ear as he lost hearing on right one. suizures in upper extremities muscles. Convunsive syndrome B.

What did develop in this patient? A. hysteric reaction 47. * precentral gyrus B. On the background of electrical shock the patient received generalized epileptic attack. * Jackson epilepsy 46. The baby is 3 months old. lower frontal lobe E. * anti seizure B. Objectively – there are signs of excitement. ?Patient with brain tumor suffers from motor Jackson epilepsy. postcentral gyrus C. There are features of stagnation on eye ground. There are no pathological findings in neurological status. It is A. Which medications are used in this case? A. What is the type of attack? A. hypotensive D. She didn’t loose her consciousness. Sagital suture is opened up to 1 sm. Where is the lesion? A. There are no focal signs on MRI. while examination it was 45 sm. The baby vomits and is less developed in psychomotor aspect. In patient are attacks of right foot jerking movements that spread to the whole leg and alst several min. generalized tonic – clonic attack E. The size of large fontanel are 4x4. bulging fontanel. narcoleptics 45. sleeping after attack and amnesia of attack. upper temporal lobe 48. meningitis . tranquilizers E. * epileptic reaction B. absans B. myoclonus D. While examination there are right foot paresis. depp reflexes on right leg are increased. diuretics C. positive babinski sign on the right. middle frontal lobe D. epileptic syndrome D. alcohol abuse E. microcephalus B.urination. epileptic disease C. The size of head after childbirth was 35 sm. Kozhevnikov epilepsy C.

C. rachitis D. * hydrocephalus E. craniostenosis 49. The doctor decided to use combinative therapy in patient with asynchronous and atypical seizures because of monotherapy ineffectiveness. What combination is not desirable in this patient? A. lamotrigini/topiramat B. walproats/topiramat C. walproats/ lamotrigini D. * karbamazepin/fenotoin E. karbamazepin/walproats 50. The doctor decided to use combinative therapy in patient with asynchronous and atypical seizures because of monotherapy ineffectiveness. What combination is not desirable in this patient? A. lamotrigini/topiramat B. walproats/topiramat C. walproats/ lamotrigini D. * karbamazepin/ lamotrigini E. karbamazepin/walproats 51. The doctor decided to use combinative therapy in patient with asynchronous and atypical seizures because of monotherapy ineffectiveness. What combination is not desirable in this patient? A. lamotrigini/topiramat B. walproats/topiramat C. walproats/ lamotrigini D. * karbamazepin/ topiramat E. karbamazepin/walproats 52. The doctor decided to use combinative therapy in patient with asynchronous and atypical seizures because of monotherapy ineffectiveness. What combination is not desirable in this patient? A. lamotrigini/topiramat B. walproats/topiramat C. walproats/ lamotrigini D. * walproats / fenotoin E. karbamazepin/walproats

53. The patient complains on headache, decreased memory and disorders of vision. There are chocked disk of optic nerve on the right and atrophy of left optic nerve on the eye ground. What tumor is characterized by such clinical picture? A. * pole of frontal lobe B. pole of temporal lobe C. Parietal lobe D. Occipital lobe E. Frontal lobe 54. The patient complains on headache, decreased memory and disorders of vision. There are chocked disk of optic nerve on the right and atrophy of left optic nerve on the eye ground. What visual syndrome is that? A. salus I B. chiasmal C. * Foster-Kennedy D. Salus II E. Argil-Robertson 55. The patient complains on morning headache associated sometimes with nausea, tiredness, decreased memory and workability. She suffered from all above 3 months. Her colleagues noticed that she has changed in behavior – she becomes too slow, makes lots of faults in her professional activity. Objectively – mood is bad, positive Bechterev sign on the left, right side pyramidal insufficiency. What pathology can be suspected? A. encephalopathy B. depression C. * brain tumor D. stroke E. encephalitis 56. The patient complains on morning headache associated sometimes with nausea, tiredness, decreased memory and workability. She suffered from all above 3 months. Her colleagues noticed that she has changed in behavior – she becomes too slow, makes lots of faults in her professional activity. Objectively – mood is bad, positive Bechterev sign on the left, right side pyramidal insufficiency, positive phenomena of Yanishevskyy. Where is the lesion? A. parietal lobe B. * frontal lobe C. occipital lobe D. temporal lobe E. cerebellum

57. The patient complains on morning headache associated sometimes with nausea, tiredness, decreased memory and workability. She suffered from all above 3 months. Her colleagues noticed that she has changed in behavior – she becomes too slow, makes lots of faults in her professional activity. Objectively – mood is bad, positive Bechterev sign on the left, right side pyramidal insufficiency, positive phenomena of Yanishevskyy. What additional method of examination should be prescribed? A. EEG B. Ultrasonography of main arteries of head C. * CT-scan D. Echo-EG E. Lumbar puncture 58. The patient complains on morning headache associated sometimes with nausea, tiredness, decreased memory and workability. She suffered from all above 3 months. Her colleagues noticed that she has changed in behavior – she becomes too slow, makes lots of faults in her professional activity. Objectively – mood is bad, positive Bechterev sign on the left, right side pyramidal insufficiency, positive phenomena of Yanishevskyy. What additional method of examination should be prescribed? A. EEG B. Ultrasonography of main arteries of head C. * MRI D. Echo-EG E. Lumbar puncture 59. The patient complains on short lasting attacks of loosing consciousness (up to 15 sec) that are associated with falling of head to the chest. It is A. absence B. * complicated typical absence C. simple atypical absence D. simple typical absence E. pseudoabsence 60. The patient complains on short lasting attacks of loosing consciousness (up to 15 sec) that are associated with chewing movements. It is A. absence B. simple typical absence C. simple atypical absence D. * complicated typical absence E. pseudoabsence

61. The patient had generalized epileptic attack on he background of alcohol abuse and sleeplessness. There is no pathology in neurological status. There are no focal signs on MRI. What probably developed in patient? A. epileptic disease B. * epileptic reaction C. epileptic syndrome D. alcohol abuse E. hysteric reaction 62. The patient has central tetraparesis, conductive sensory disorders and constant hiccup. Where is the tumor? A. * on the level of upper cervical part B. on the level of foramen occipitalis C. on the level of cervical thickness D. on the level of thoracic part E. on the level of lumbar thickness 63. The patient has hearing hallucinations before the attack of seizures. Where is the lesion? A. frontal lobe B. lower temporal gyrus C. postcentral gyrus D. Gurus angularis E. * Heshlia zone 64. The patient has left hand astereognosis. Superficial and deep sensation in hand are preserved. Where is the lesion? A. left parietal lobe B. * right parietal lobe C. left temporal lobe D. right temporal lobe E. thalamus 65. The patient has peripheral arm’s paresis, increased reflexes and muscle tone in legs, pelvic organs disorder. Where is the tumor? A. on the level of upper cervical part B. on the level of foramen occipitalis C. * on the level of cervical thickness D. on the level of thoracic part

What kind of attack is that? A. While examination – there is paresis of right foot after attack. She doesn’t loose her consciousness. * frontal lobe 70. positive Babinski sign on the right. left frontal lobe C. right temporal lobe B. * motor Jackson epilepsy B. positive Babinski sign on the right. * left temporal lobe E. positive Babinski sign on the right. Kozhevnikov epilepsy C. left parietal lobe D. alexia 67. The patient noticed attacks of jerking movements in right foot that spread to the whole leg and last several min. deep reflexes on right leg are increased. deep reflexes on right leg are increased. hemianopsia E. absence B. right frontal lobe 68.E. The patient noticed attacks of jerking movements in right foot that spread to the whole leg and last several min. anosmia C. While examination – there is paresis of right foot after attack. Where is the lesion? A. The patient has sensory and amnestic aphasia that appears one month ago and are in progress. Where is the lesion? A. What sign is typical for this patient? A. She doesn’t loose her consciousness. monoanesthesia D. Where is the lesion? . myoclonus D. generalized tonic-clonic attack E. occipital lobe E. The patient has precentral gyrus tumor. right parietal lobe D. She doesn’t loose her consciousness. * Jackson epilepsy 69. temporal lobe C. deep reflexes on right leg are increased. on the level of lumbar thickness 66. left parietal lobe B. While examination – there is paresis of right foot after attack. The patient noticed attacks of jerking movements in right foot that spread to the whole leg and last several min.

Kozhevnikov epilepsy C. corpus callosum D. Where is the lesion? A. She doesn’t loose her consciousness. right precentral gyrus D.A. The patient noticed enlarged eyebrow arches. temporal lobe C. frontal lobe . occipital lobe E. meningioma E. ependimoma D. that spread to the whole right half of the body and last several min. * left parietal lobe B. mandible and distal parts of extremities. right parietal lobe D. The patient noticed enlarged eyebrow arches. What tumor can be suspected in this patient? A. * left precentral gyrus B. astrocytoma 74. * adenoma of hypophysis B. nose. nose. thalamus C. temporal lobe 73. The patient noticed attacks of numbness in right foot that spread to the whole right half of the body and last up to several min. What kind of tumor can be suspected in this patient? A. left lower frontal gyrus 71. ears. The patient suffers from attacks of numbness in right foot. absence B. * Jackson epilepsy 72. right postcentral gyrus E. oligodendroglioma C. myoclonus D. What kind of attack is that? A. * hypophysis B. ears. mandible and distal parts of extremities. She doesn’t loose her consciousness. left postcentral gyrus C. frontal lobe E. generalized tonic-clonic attack E.

Which of the next medications is the one from new generation? A. It is . Which of the next medications is the one from new generation? A. The patient suffers from epileptic disease during 12 years. * left postcentral gyrus C. The patient suffers from attacks of numbness in right foot. walprokom B. karbamazepin D. but due to the increased frequency of attacks the doctor made correction of treatment and prescribed medication of new generation.75. clonazepam 78. cerebellar ataxia. The patient suffers from epileptic disease during 12 years. walprokom B. He used walproats during all this period. but due to the increased frequency of attacks the doctor made correction of treatment and prescribed medication of new generation. but due to the increased frequency of attacks the doctor made correction of treatment and prescribed medication of new generation. Which of the next medications is the one from new generation? A. karbamazepin D. He used walproats during all this period. He used walproats during all this period. etosuxemid E. right postcentral gyrus E. * keppra C. The patient suffers from gradually developed deafness. left precentral gyrus B. facial paresis and loss of sensation on the left. etosuxemid E. right precentral gyrus D. * tiagabin C. Where is the lesion? A. * gabapentin E. clonazepam 77. walprokom B. etosuxemid C. left lower frontal gyrus 76. clonazepam 79. karbamazepin D. The patient suffers from epileptic disease during 14 years. that spread to the whole right half of the body and last several min. She doesn’t loose her consciousness.

on the level of lumbar thickness 83. true urine and feces incontinence. Meningioma E. The patient was admitted to the hospital with peripheral legs paresis. What tumor is in this patient? A. ear shells. on the level of upper cervical part B. on the level of foramen occipitalis C. parietal lobe D. on the level of thoracic part E. The patient suffers from periodical smell hallucinations. on the level of cervical thickness D. left frontal lobe B. Brain stem ischemic stroke E. * on the level of lumbar thickness . mandible. * Nevrinoma of acustic nerve B. Oligodendroglioma C. Where is the tumor? A. occipital lobe E. on the level of upper cervical part B. Ependimoma D. conductive sensory disoders from the level D6. nose. Where is the lesion? A. * temporal lobe C. right frontal lobe 82. The patient suffers from increased subeyebrow arches. Where is the tumor? A. and distal parts of extremities. Arachnoiditis of ponto – cerebellar angel C. The patient was admitted to the hospital with central paresis of lower extremities. on the level of foramen occipitalis C. on the level of cervical thickness D. Tuberculosis meningitis 80. Cerebellar tumor D.A. * Adenoma of hypophysis B. Astrocytoma 81. absent abdominal reflexes. * on the level of thoracic part E.

1-2 per month . kidney B. The patient was diagnosed brain metastasis on MRI. 4 and more per day D. What tumor usually gives metastasis to brain? A. apraxia E. * 4 and more per month E. Ultrasonography of kidneys C. How many seizures in patient give us possibility to put such diagnosis? A. stomach 85. He doesn’t differ right and left side of his body. 4 and more per week B. The patient was diagnosed brain tumor. agraphy C. 4 and more per half a year 88. 4 and more per year C. How many seizures in patient give us possibility to put such diagnosis? A. * lungs E. * autotopagnosia B. 1-2 per week B. Colonoscopy 86. The patient was diagnosed epileptic disease with rare generalized seizures. alexia 87. Ultrasonography of prostate E. The patient was diagnosed brain metastasis on MRI. The patient was diagnosed epileptic disease with frequent generalized seizures. prostate C. acalculia D. * CT-scan of lungs B. 1-2 per year C. Ultrasonography of thyroid gland D. 1-2 per day D.84. What additional methods of examination should be made first of all? A. What symptom is that? A. suprarenal glands D.

3 per week B. 5 and more per year C. The patient was diagnosed epileptic disease with rare partial seizures. 3-4 per month E. * 3 per half a year 90. * 1-2 per day D. The patient was diagnosed epileptic disease with moderately frequent partial seizures. 1-2 per week B. 3-4 per year C. * 1-2 per half a year 89. * bitemporal hemianopsia C. * 5 and more per day D. The patient was diagnosed epileptic disease with moderately frequent generalized seizures. 3-4 per half a year 93. 5 and more per half a year 91. The patient was diagnosed epileptic disease with frequent partial seizures. How many seizures in patient give us possibility to put such diagnosis? A. 3-4 per week B. 5 and more per week B. homonymous hemianopsia B.E. 1-2 per year C. binasal hemianopsia . How many seizures in patient give us possibility to put such diagnosis? A. How many seizures in patient give us possibility to put such diagnosis? A. * 3-4 per day D. What visual disorder is the most typical in this case? A. 1-2 per half a year 92. The patient with acromegaloid features of face was suspected hypophysis tumor. 1-2 per month E. 3 per day D. 3 per year C. 5 and more per month E. 3 per month E. How many seizures in patient give us possibility to put such diagnosis? A.

* all above E. intentional tremor. scanning speech. Increased synaptic conductivity B. synphase of discharges C. Increased synaptic conductivity B. What are pathophysiological properties of epileptic focus? A. discrepancy of sutures D. What changes on craniogram are typical in this case? A. The patient with epileptic disease has focus of pathological activity on EEG. Th VІІІ on the right . sensitive ataxia D. determination D. Where is the lesion? A. vestibular ataxia C. In neurological status there are nystagmus. The patient with spinal cord tumor has central palysis of right leg and disorders of superficial sensation from the level ThVIII according to the conductive type on the left. It is A. quadrant anopsia E.D. synchronous discharges 96. The patient with epileptic disease has focus of pathological activity on EEG. amaurosis 94. Menyer syndrome 98. The patient with severe headache that is associated with nausea and vomiting suffers from hesitating gate. * decreased synaptic conductivity E. * cerebellar ataxia B. astasia-abasia E. ataxia. synphase of discharges C. What pathophysiological properties are not typical for epileptic focus? A. The patient with acromegaloid features of face was suspected hypophysis tumor. * osteoporosis of Turkish saddle wall C. no changes E. synchronous discharges 97. osteosclerosis of Turkish saddle wall B. determination D. osteoporosis of pyramidal top 95.

constant vomiting. intoxication E. right optic tract 102. There are severe headache. Th VІІ on the left D. gaze paresis upwards. meningeal D. left parietal lobe D. Th VІІ on the left 100. right temporal lobe B.B. * dislocation C. * Th VІ on the right C. gyrus lingualis of left occipital lobe E. * left temporal lobe E. cuneus of left occipital lobe D. general cerebral . * Th V on the right C. The patient with tumor suffers from sensory aphasia. gyrus lingualis of right occipital lobe C. Th VІІІ on the left D. left frontal lobe C. Th VІІ on the left 99. The patient with visual disorders was diagnosed lower quadrant leftside hemianopsia. bradycardia. focal B. * cuneus of right occipital lobe B. Th VІІ on the right B. Where is the tumor? A. unstable BP. The patient with spinal cord tumor has central palysis of right leg and disorders of superficial sensation from the level ThVII according to the conductive type on the left. What complication appeared in this case? What syndrome is that? A. Th VІІІ on the left E. midriasis. Where is the lesion? A. The state of patient with diagnosis brain tumor got worse. right frontal lobe 101. Where is the lesion? A. Th VІІ on the left E.

unstable BP. Objectively – she is excited. Sepsis. The disease started 2 months ago after emotional stress. Respiratory-syncytial infection D. constant vomiting. During the last week these signs repeated twice. The duration of attacks is about 20 min. Burdenko-Kramer E. meningeal D. The state of patient with diagnosis brain tumor got worse. vomiting on the top of headache.9 °C. What is your diagnosis? A. 16 years old patient complains on headache in frontal and temporal parts. cheek. Meningeal signs are slightly expressed. but the state got worse. focal B. Rheumatic vasculitis E. * Meningococcal infection. * Flu with brain edema B. infectious-toxic shock B. * Cerebral arachnoiditis . midriasis. * Brunse C. Flu. Pulse is 110 per min. In the morning he noticed severe headache. He used some anti fever drugs. There are severe headache. There are tonic and clonic seizures. bradycardia. The beginning of the disease was acute. 17 years old boy got sick. sub eyebrow arches. Typhus C. general cerebral 104. pain while movements of eye bulbs. Bag-like aneurism B. para-flu E. gaze paresis upwards. 17 years old patient was admitted to the hospital with complains on numbness in left arm. Meningeal signs are well expressed. fever up to 39. adenovirus infection 105. objectively – the general state of patient is satisfactory. Tumor of right parietal lobe C. What is your diagnosis? A.103. Staphilococcal food intoxication 106. What complication appeared in this case? What syndrome is that? A. The temperature is 39 ?C. Arterio-venous malformation D. Classic course of the disease C. pain in joints. In the evening he lost his consciousness. meningitis E. Viral meningoencephalitis D. Eyes are D A. vomiting.

2 days ago patient noticed severe pain in left chest. Muscles of hip are flaccid. 23 years old patient is being treated in tuberculosis department with complains on headache.5 ?С. positive Kernig sign. Tears are on the right. 23 years old patient was traveling by train near open window. basal arachnoiditis C. polyneuropathy B. Right cheek is blown. Botulism D. general weakness. Brudzinski sign. neck stiffness.109 . and meal is staying between right cheek and gum. and eye movements’ disorders. 18 years old girl got sick very rapidly – slight running nose. After LP the headache decreased. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Objectively – there are vesicles with serous transparent content along 6th – 7th between ribs nerves on hyperemic skin. mouth is turned to the left.2. sub febrile temperature. passive are painful. Herpetiformal dermatose of During B. On the third day of disease those symptoms disappeared. simple herpes C. Temperature is 38. What changes of CSF will be typical for this patient? A. transparent 110. right eye is wider then the left one. In the morning she noticed that right eye is not completely closed. SR – 6 mm per hour. Face is asymmetrical. * Transversal herpes 109. Ksantochromic C. * Bell’s palsy B. ponto – cerebellar tumor D. What is your diagnosis? A. Right eye brow cannot be lifted. simple vesicles E. Objectively – active movements in leg are absent. In blood – there is leucocytes 4. Palpation of nervous trunks is painful. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Bloody B. encephalomyelitis E. * Poliomyelitis C.107. Opalescent E. abdominal pain. * purulent D. On fourth day of disease weakness in right leg was observed. coughing. streptococcal impetigo D. Sensation is preserved. tick encephalitis 108. Knee and Achilles reflexes on right leg are absent. facial myositis . skin folds on the right are smoothed. liquid feces 2 – 3 times per day.

low back pain. In blood – leucocytes are 25*109/l. Encephalitis C. There is no paresis. SR-29 mm per hour.6 ?С. * Meningitis B. 25 years old patient got sick gradually. meningococus in CSF. She is afraid of pain. Bacterioscopy of “thick” drop C. slightly expressed Kernig and Brudzinski signs. Т 37-37. pain in throat. tactile. nasal and pharynx smear E. Brain vessels endarteritis . Tuberculosis meningitis D. neck pain. Temporo – mandible arthritis C. During the last 3 weeks he suffers from severe headache. Sluder syndrome E. There are positive meningeal signs. She was hospitalized to the clinics. While examination the patient is slow. Pneumococcal meningitis. Objectively – there is painful palpation of supra and infraorbital points on the right. Using of what diagnostic method is the most important in this case? A. What is your previous diagnosis? A. facial hemispasm 111.E. dysphonia. nausea. ganglionitis 114. There are neck stiffness. Staphylococcal meningitis B. rough dry coughing. Objectively there is hemorrhagic rash.0C. She suffers from moderate headache. General blood analysis D. 113.2 min). trigeminal neuropathy B. pain hyperesthesia. Cerebral arachnoiditis E. 27 years old patient is being treated in tuberculosis hospital. * LP B. Viral meningitis E. Brain tumor D. 27 years old patient complains on attack like pain in upper and middle part of face (up to 1. He is been sick during 2 months. Serologic exam 112. There is neutrophil pleocytosis. * meningococcal meningitis C. What is your diagnosis? A. Meningeal signs are well expressed. 25 years old woman suddenly felt severe headache. * trigeminal neuralgia D. CSF is cloudy. There is light. Temperature is 39. What is your diagnosis? A.

Introducing of agent in enterocytes D. CT – scan C. Stimulation by eksotoxin adenilatcyclasa B. Now the temperature is normal. Diphtheria 116. and pain in muscles of abdomen. In the evening he lost consciousness. chest pain. * purulent D. decreased visual acuity and disorders of swallowing. Achilles reflex on the right is decreased. Epidemic encephalitis D. Ksantochromic C. What is your diagnosis? A. In the morning he noticed severe headache. In blood leucocytes are 18. Disease started with nausea. Skin is pale. * Aseptic acute meningitis (Coxaki) B. X – ray of spinal cord B. There is midriasis. double vision. 35 years old patient got sick acutely. Which factor is considered to be the main one in pathogenesis of this disease? A. and liquid feces. vomiting. * nervous impulse transmittance disorders C. subarachnoid hemorrhage E. CSF: cytosis up to 400 cells in 1 mm3. Objectively – there is well expressed neck stiffness. Introducing of agent in lymphoid structures of small intestine . She is adynamic. anizokoria. vomiting. Which additional method of investigation you will prescribe? A. positive Kernig sign.115. 32 years old patient had flu with bronchitis. State is severe. 35 years old patient after lifting heavy thing felt severe pain in lumbar region that irradiated to the right leg and increased at movements and coughing. The state got worse during the day. Ptosis is well expressed. diplopia. quinsy C. What changes of CSF will be typical for this patient? A.0х109/l. nausea. Opalescent E. * MRI D. ulcers on pharynx. Bloody B. fever. severe headache. Objectively – long muscles of back are strained. While examination there are positive Kernig sign. neck stiffness. Paravertebral points of lumbar region are painful. LP 117. Voice is nasal. transparent 118. vomiting. Electromyography E. Positive Laseg sign is present on the right. fever. 35 years old patient was hospitalized on the third day of disease with complains on general weakness. Day before this she ate mushrooms.

dyplopia. light and noise fear. strabismus. Glutamin acid 121. At cytosis 100 and less in CSF.6-36. * Nimotop B. Heparinum D. What are the most optimal conditions for antibiotic refusing? A. At cytosis 150 in CSF. neutrophils dominate D.years old men hospitalized to neurology department with severe headache. Introducing and fixing of agent in neurons of oblong brain and hippocampus 119. 41.years old men hospitalized to neurology department with severe headache. * EAKA D. no signs of paresis. Which medicine should be used as soon as possible? A. light and noise fear. Ascorbinic acid . He receives huge doses of penicillin during 7 days. symptom of Kernig positive on both sides. strabismus. SCF with fresh blood. During the last 4 days the temperature is 36. dyplopia.E. 37.years old men hospitalized to neurology department with severe headache. light and noise fear. Nicotinic acid C. Heparinum B. 40 years old patient suffers from meningococcal meningitis. strabismus. SCF with fresh blood. Heparinum 120. There is no leucocytosis and increased quantity of cones in blood C. increased cellular and protein content B. It happened suddenly when he lifted heavy baggage. Ascorbinic acid E. Hypertonia is absent. Meningeal signs are absent.8 ?C. CSF is cloudy. Objectively: patient has minimal disorders of consciousness. Ascorbinic acid E. It happened suddenly when he lifted heavy baggage. dyplopia. SCF with fresh blood. dyplopia. Glutamin acid D. Objectively: patient has minimal disorders of consciousness. no signs of paresis. Objectively: patient has minimal disorders of consciousness. Which medicine should be used as soon as possible? A. Which medicine should be used as soon as possible? A. symptom of Kernig positive on both sides. lymphocytes dominate E. * Nimotop B. * At cytosis 100 and less in CSF. dyplopia. Nicotinic acid C. lymphocytes dominate 122. 36. It happened suddenly when he lifted heavy baggage. symptom of Kernig positive on both sides 90. Nicotinic acid C.

scanning speech.“. RW – is “. Movements in lumbar region are limited. There is horizontal nystagmus. vomiting. What is the most probable diagnosis? A. In blood – leucocytes . left side lumbar ischialgia C. Left Achilles reflex is low. Epileptic attack (type of twilight disorder of consciousness) . 42-years old patient during cleaning carpets appeared severe headache. What is your diagnosis? A. Dynamic cerebral blood circulation disturbances B. rigiditi of occipital muscles. On X – ray highness of disc L5 – S1 is decreased. vertebrogenous lumboischalgia B. Spikes on L5 – S1 are present. hesitating while walking. paralyses and disorders of sensation aren’t peasant and tendon reflexes are low. Glutamin acid 123. 42 years old worker noticed severe acute lumbar pain with irradiation to the posterior part of hip. Brydzinski positive on both sides. Deep reflexes from lower extremities are high. She is sick during 10 years. 42 years old patient felt severe back pain in lumbar region after lifting heavy thing. Lumbar muscles are strained. left side radiculoischemia D. What is the most probable diagnosis? A. Positive Laseg sign is present on the left. * radiculoischemia L5 C. he is disorientated. Abdominal reflexes are decreased bilaterally. coccigodynia 124. Paravertebral points LV – S1 are painful. There is scoliosis of lumbar region to the right. weakness while extension of left foot fingers.109/l. Gate is spastic – atactic. BP is 130/70. Parkinson disease C. he couldn’t recognize well-known people. Scoliosis. There are positive pathological reflexes of Babinski and Rossolimo bilaterally.E. SR . lumbago D. She uses alcohol frequently. tabes dorsalis 125. 42 years old woman complains on leg weakness. Which pathological process could possible cause those symptoms? A. Consciousness is entangled. BP is 160/100.8. * left side radiculopathy B. toxic polyneuropathy B. hypoalgesia on external surface of left leg and foot. Horse tail syndrome E. symptom of Kernig is high expressed. motor excitement. myeloischemia 126. * multiple sclerosis E. piriformis muscle syndrome E. lumbar – sacral radiculitis D.8 mm per hour. low Achilles reflex on the left. pulse – 74 per 1 min.

There is neck stiffness. double vision. 50 – years old woman complains on attacks of acute pain in right facial part during talking. Meningoencephalitis B.9 gram per l. There is spasm of right mimic muscles. Objectively – pupils are wide. dryness in mouth. CSF is cloudy. facial nerve neuritis B. * Finlepsin C. * antibotulism antitoxic serum C. salt solutions + sorbets B. Brain abscess E. There is paresis of soft palate on the right. lymphocytes-15 %). constipation. What is the most effective treatment of this disease? A. antiviral + antihistamine D. sulphanilamids + enzymes 129. Viral meningitis C. 45 years old patient was hospitalized on the second day of disease with complains on general weakness. protein is 0. Meningeal signs are well expressed. 43 years old patient with periodic attacks of pain in right facial part was diagnosed trigeminal neuralgia. Indomethacinum 128. Intracranial hematoma 130. There is no other pathology. What complication developed in patient? A. cytosis is 1200 (neutrophils -85 %. reaction on light is slow. analginum E. migraine D. chronic sinusitis . ptosis and horizontal nystagmus are present.C. * trigeminal neuralgia C. Three days before the disease she ate home made pork. Teeth are not healthy. * Subarachnoid hemorrhage 127. Hemorrhage in a left frontal lobe D. antibiotics + prednisolonum E. A dislocation syndrome by brain tumor E. solpadeinum B. Which medication should be prescribed? A. 45 years old patient with open cranial trauma is in traumatology department. Skin in this part is red. His state is severe. eating. pressure is 600 mm. * Bacterial meningitis D. What I s the most possible diagnosis? A. tramadolum D.

81-years old woman in the morning time couldn’t stand up from the bad. no signs of consciousness disorders. hyperreflection. Embolism of anterior cerebral artery D. paresis. Babinski symptom. BP-230/140. 72-years old in the morning time couldn’t stand up from the bad. Put previous diagnosis: A. 68-years old man felt weakness of left arm and leg in the morning time. on the right-side: hypotonia. left mouth angle is located lower than normally. BP160/100. Brain tumor B. deviation of the protruded tongue to the left-side. hyperreflexion. PS-65/min. hyperreflexion. hypesthesia. Objectively: face paleness. face paleness. Brain abscess D. no signs of consciousness disorders. left mouth angle is located lower than normally. Objectively: body temperature is normal. had speech disorders. BP-160/100. Cardioembolic ischemic stroke in posterior cerebral artery E. muscular hypertension. no signs of consciousness disorders. had speech disorders. Objectively: BP-110/65. Put previous diagnosis: A.E. cause of paralysis of right extremities. Hemorrhage stroke . Hemorrhage stroke C. Objectively: body temperature is normal. * Atherothrombotic ischemic stroke B. Babinski and Oppenheim’s sigs are positive on the left side. Put previous diagnosis: A. cause of paralysis of right extremities. deviation of the protruded tongue to the left-side. muscular hypertension. Acute meningitis 132. active movements in the right extremities are absent. Hemorrhage stroke C. A day before he had a severe headache and dizziness. Hemorrhage in brain tumor B. Babinski and Oppenheim’s sigs are positive on the left side.Put previous diagnosis: A. Babinski symptom. BP-200/140. 70-years old man felt weakness of left arm and leg in the morning time. no signs of consciousness disorders. paresis. Blood analysis: Le-7?109/l. Brain tumor B. diffuse pulpitis 131. Left mouth angle is located lower than normally. * Ischemic stroke D. Brain abscess E. hypesthesia. active movements in the right extremities are absent. PS-56/min. Hemorrhage in brain tumor 134. Left mouth angle is located lower than normally. hyperreflection. on the right-side: hypotonia. Hemorrhage stroke C. * Ischemic stroke E. Acute meningitis 133.

left mouth angle is located lower than normally. Objectively: face paleness. BP-160/100. ‘cause of paralysis of right extremities. A 68 years old man is hospitalized with the signs of the intra-abdominal bleeding after falling from a height. body temperature is normal. * Heparinum with fibrinolizini D. * Ischemic stroke caused by thrombosis of left middle cerebral artery D. A 70-years old man in the early morning felt weakness in left extremities that was increasing during 24 hours. Put previous diagnosis: A. hyperreflexion. A 67-years old man couldn’t stand up from the bad in the morning. left mouth angle is located lower than normally. Cardioembolic stroke of anterior cerebral artery D. Protamini sulfatis C. Objectively: face paleness. PS-74/min. BP-160/100. A 69-years old man has speech disorders. * Atherothrombotic Ischemic stroke 135. Haemodynamic ischemic stroke in posterior cerebral artery E. Hemorrhage stroke in right hemisphere C. no signs of consciousness disorders. Hemorrhage in the tumor of right hemisphere 136. left-side hemiparesis. Previous diagnosis: A. active movements in the right extremities are absent. hyperreflexion. Babinski symptom. Rheopolyglucinum 137. hypesthesia. hypesthesia. Embolism of left middle cerebral artery D. Hemorrhage stroke in right hemisphere C. Nonthrombotic ischemic stroke in basin anterior cerebral artery E. Hemorrhage in the tumor of right hemisphere 138. on the right-side: hypotonia. Objectively: no signs of consciousness disorders or meningeal syndrome. active movements in the right extremities are absent. Nonthrombotic ischemic stroke in basin anterior cerebral artery E. A day before he had a severe headache and dizziness.C. on the right-side: hypotonia. A day before he had a severe headache and dizziness. was found out the increase of fibrinolytic activity of blood. Previous diagnosis: A. Embolism of left middle cerebral artery B. * Ischemic stroke caused by thrombosis of left middle cerebral artery B. Polyhybrid E. Most effective medicines in this case is: A. BP-140/90. Encephalitis B. hyperreflection. no signs of consciousness disorders. Brain tumor . After the operation – splenectomy. EAKA with fibrinogeni B. Babinski symptom. had speech disorders. hemihypesthesia.

BP-160/100. Hemorrhagic stroke C. What is the most probable diagnosis? A. left mouth angle is located lower than normally. Sciatic radiculitis bilaterally . face paleness. * Ischemic stroke caused by thrombosis of left middle cerebral artery B. Hemorrhage stroke in right hemisphere C. In 37 years old man severe pain in lumbal – sacral region appeared after catching cold. a tongue deviates to the right. At 71 years old patient had began seizures with the loss of consciousness with retention of urine. left-side hemihypesthesia. a moderate weakness in right extremities. * Cardiogenic thromboembolism of cerebral vessels B. ‘cause of paralysis of right extremities. Hypertensive cerebral crisis D. central paresis of left extremities. A 72-years old man couldn’t stand up from the bad in the morning. Thrombosis of internal carotid artery C. Hemorrhage stroke D.C. felt weakness in the left extremities that increased during 2 hours. PS-68/min. Repeated hard attack with shock E. What pathogenesis can explain this complication? A. * Ischemic stroke B. hyperreflexion. Objectively: BP-110/65. Embolism of left middle cerebral artery D. Dynamic cerebral blood circulation disturbances 141. arrhythmia. Previous diagnosis: A. Hypoesthesia in zone L4 – S2 is well expressed. Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. had speech disorders. PS-68/min. Meningoradiculitis B. Knee and Achilles reflexes are low. Hemorrhage in the tumor of right hemisphere 140. active movements in the right extremities are absent. Dynamic cerebral blood circulation disturbances E. 20 per minute. Nonthrombotic ischemic stroke in basin anterior cerebral artery E. Objectively: no signs of consciousness disorders. Babinski symptom. BP-160/100. : no signs of consciousness disorders. Put previous diagnosis: A. BP-115/70. on the right-side: hypotonia. Patient lost his speech ability. hypesthesia. Breathing is normal. left mouth angle is located lower than normally. Dyscirculative encephalopathy E. Full transversal blockade (Morganj-Adams-Stock attack) 142. * Ischemic stroke 139. A day before he had a severe headache and dizziness. Positive Laseg and Neri sign. A face is asymmetric. A 78 years old patient suffers from hypertonic disease and ischemic heart disease for many years.

Which arteries are occluded? A.C. * Transversal herpes D. streptococcal impetigo E. Put previous diagnosis: A. Piracetam D. Transient ischemic attack . rosacea 145. * Lumbal – sacral radiculitis D. * Ischemic stroke C. In 49 years old patient. Heparini B. Right posterior cerebral artery C. Lumbalgia 143. Trental C. * Fenilini 146. simple herpes C. Aspirini E. after disturbance of brain blood circulation. What medication is better for patient? A. Right anterior cerebral artery 144. In anamnesis: hart attack and arrhythmia. fever. Objectively – along left IVth and Vth between ribs spaces vesicles with transparent content (2 – 4 mm in diameter) on the background of erythema and edema are observed. Which disease has such a clinical picture? A. These were associated with general weakness. Discogenic ischioradiculitis E. at the night time. * Left middle cerebral artery B. Hemorrhagic stroke B. appeared rightside hemiparesis and motor aphasia. In 56 years old patient 2 days ago attacks of pain in left part of thorax appeared. Right middle cerebral artery D. In a 48 years old patient with perforation of gastric ulcer on the second day. after an operation appeared a central right-side hemiparesis. In neurological status: elements of motor aphasia. central hemiparesis and hemihypesthesia on the same side. and headache. In a 70-years old man with mild headache appeared and during 2 days increased speech disorders and weakness of right extremities. hemihypesthesia and speech disorders. central paresis of VII and XII pair of cranial nerves from a right side. chicken pox B. Left anterior cerebral artery E.

fever. In patient with vertebrogenous syndrome the doctor diagnosed lesion of nervous root.66 g/l). headache. * Heating procedures B. His doctor diagnosed acute radiculopathy. central hemiparesis and hemihypesthesia on the same side. Brain tumor C. In the evening there is vomiting. Epidural haematoma E. analgesics D. Food Toxic infection E. dehydration C. * Serous meningitis of enteroviral etiology D. Meningeal signs are positive. Cytosis is 350 cells in 1 mm3. Which prescription cannot be used in this patient? A. Brain tumor 147. Purulent meningitis C. What is your diagnosis? A. vitamins of group B E. lymphocytes (80 %). In neurological status: elements of motor aphasia.D. Hemorrhagic stroke B. polinuclears (20 %). In patient severe back pain appeared after lifting heavy thing. protein (0. analgesics D. intravenous infusion of Euphillinum 149. Put previous diagnosis: A. * Ischemic stroke 148. What can cause the development of pain syndrome? A.21 mmol/l). In anamnesis: hart attack and arrhythmia. vitamins of group B E. Transient ischemic attack D. Epidural haematoma E. Intravenous infusion of Euphillinum 150. Tuberculosis meningitis B. * Heating procedures B. central paresis of VII and XII pair of cranial nerves from a right side. Pandi reaction ++. dehydration C. In summer 8 years old child after being on the beach got sick. At LP – CSF is transparent. that flows under high pressure. In a 77-years old man with mild headache appeared and during 2 days increased speech disorders and weakness of right extremities. Acadian encephalitis . sugar (2.

Breathing is normal. in the morning time felt weakness in the right extremities. A face is asymmetric. Hemorrhagic stroke C. BP-100/60. What pathogenesis can explain this complication? A. speech disorders. although understands the speech addressed to him and executes some simple instructions. Repeated hard attack with shock E. Encephalitis B. light weakness in the left extremities. BP-115/70. got up in the morning time with right-side hemiplegia. arrhythmia.151. * Ischemic stroke 152. speech disorder. Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. * Heparini B. PS-68/min. Thrombosis of internal carotid artery C. Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. Patient 67 years old. * Cardiogenic thromboembolism of cerebral vessels B. Dyscirculative encephalopathy with cochlear-vestibular syndrome D. Objectively: outside cross eye on the right side and central paresis of left extremities. Piracetam D. right-side central hemiparesis and hemihypalgesia. right-side sensory disturbances. Aspirini E. What medicine is better to start treatment with? A. had 3 weeks ago heart attack. Fenilini 153. a moderate weakness in right extremities. In the patient 62 years old with high blood pressure on the background appeared dizziness. Brain tumor E. Hypertensive cerebral crisis C. Now he is going throw active period of physical rehabilitation. Trental C. Patient 62 years old with hart attack in the past. After that patient lost his speech ability. 20 per minute. Put previous diagnosis: A. Objectively: no signs of consciousness disorders. motor aphasia. left-side hemihypesthesia. Acute neuropathy of right oculomotor nerve B. * Ischemic stroke . Patient 70 years old. Acute hypertonic encephalopathy E. Full transversal blockade (Morganj-Adams-Stock attack) 154. Put previous diagnosis: A. a tongue deviates to the right. dyplopia. Doctor diagnosted a cardioembolic brain infarction. Suddenly during walking on the street began seizures with the loss of consciousness for 10 minutes with retention of urine.

Anticoagulative therapy D. arrhythmia. motor aphasia. central paresis of VII and XII cranial nerves. Hemostatics E. A face is asymmetric. Hemorrhagic stroke C. * Ischemic stroke B. Patient complains for temporary weakness of left extremities during month. hemihyperesthesia. PS-68/min. BP-100/60. Patient 70 years old. leftside sensory disturbances. Thrombosis of internal carotid artery C. a tongue deviates to the right. * Cardiogenic thromboembolism of cerebral vessels D. Put previous diagnosis: A. Hypotensive C. Breathing is normal. Repeated hard attack with shock E. Patient 72 years old. Most effective medicines during nondifferential treatment are: A. Hemorrhagic stroke B. Put previous diagnosis: A. Objectively: consciousness presents. Encephalitis 156. Subarachnoid hemorrhage B. Objectively: no signs of consciousness disorders. Brain tumor E. right-side sensory disturbances. Encephalitis 158. BP115/70. In the morning appeared constant weakness in left extremities. Objectively: no signs of consciousness disorders. Patient 71 years old. BP-110/70. had 3 weeks ago heart attack. in left extremities central hemiparesis. Brain tumor E. Corticosteroids . * Diuretics B. in the morning time felt weakness in the left extremities. Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. in the morning time felt weakness in the right extremities. 20 per minute. Suddenly during walking on the street began seizures with the loss of consciousness with retention of urine. * Ischemic stroke C. Patient lost his speech ability. leftside central hemiparesis and hemihypalgesia. Full transversal blockade (Morganj-Adams-Stock attack) 157.155. Now he is going throw active period of physical rehabilitation. right-side central hemiparesis and hemihypalgesia. speech disorder. a moderate weakness in right extremities. Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. What pathogenesis can explain this complication? A.

59-years old. Hemorrhagic stroke B. Objectively: consciousness presents. Hypotensive C. * Diuretics E. Subdural haematoma 161. BP is 130/65. pulse – 92 per 1 min. 73. * radiculopathy B. The patient complains on severe back pain after working in the garden. BP is 130/65. What disease can be suspected? A. Most effective medicines during nondifferential treatment are: A. * Atherotrombotic stroke C. rhythmic. felt the periodic of short weakness of extremities. last half-year suffered about dizziness. Put previous diagnosis A. in left extremities central hemiparesis. lumbalgia C.. Hemorrhagic stroke B. complains for temporary weakness of left extremities during month/ In the morning appeared constant weakness in left extremities. Objectively: pale . Lumbar lordosis is not well expressed.. After sleep is absence of movement of right extremities and loss of speech. with IHD and cerebral atherosclerosis. Brain-tumor E. Hemostatics B. central paresis of VII and XII cranial nerves. Movements in lumbar region are limited.face.. kidney colic . right-side hemiplegia partial motor aphasia.face. Subdural haematoma 162. felt the periodic of short weakness of extremities. Patient. Cardioembolic stroke D. Patient. After sleep is absence of movement of right extremities and loss of speech. with IHD and cerebral atherosclerosis. Cardioembolic stroke D. Anticoagulative therapy D. rhythmic. Right Achilles reflex is absent. pulse – 92 per 1 min.159. last half-year suffered about dizziness. Objectively: pale . Put previous diagnosis A. 73. hemihyperesthesia. Patient. * Atherotrombotic stroke C. right-side hemiplegia partial motor aphasia. liver colic D. Corticosteroids 160. Brain-tumor E.. There are positive Laseg and Neri signs on the right.

On Ct–scan – there is hernia of L5 – S1 disc (8 mm) with compression of dural sack. femoral nerve neuritis 164. Tunnel mononeuropathy of left tibial nerve E. Lumbar lordosis is slightly expressed. paresthesia on II – III fingers C. Vertebrogenous left side lumboischalgia 165. The patient complains on severe back pain. In anamnesis there is pain in lumbar region (more then 20 years). Which conclusion as for his working is correct? A. Kidney colic E. Liver colic D. Left calf muscles are hypotrophic. * Lumbalgia B. The patient complains on weakness in left foot (can not walk on toes). Gait is protective. paresis of triceps . Radiculoischemia S1 with left foot paresis B. pain and paresthesia on II finger D. cam continue his job in special conditions 166. Achilles reflex is absent on the left. Spinal stroke D. What is the most probable diagnosis? A. invalid group E. Hypoalgesia is in dermatome S1. can continue his job C. * Discogenous radicular syndrome S1 on the left C. Needs changing his work for a month B. numbness of external surface of foot and Vth finger. The patient in neurological department has compression of C7. * Loss of triceps reflex E. There are positive Laseg and Neri signs on the right. What clinical features are typical in this case? A.E. cerebral and peripheral angiodystonia. Femoral nerve neuritis 163. There is left foot flexors paresis. Radiculopathy C. What disease can be suspected? A. * needs changing his job for the other that is not associated with constant vibration and catching cold D. Movements in lumbar region are limited. hypoesthesia on II – III fingers B. While examination there is slightly expressed pain at palpation of paravertebral points in lumbar region. The patient has vibration disease I with syndromes of autonomic – sensory polyneuropathy.

bone pain C. The patient in neurological department is alcohol abuse. Spondilography D. The patient in neurological department has lesion of femoral nerve. This disease is associated with all the following signs except A. Decreased Achilles reflex E. Decreased knee reflex E. The patient in neurological department was diagnosed arsenic polyneuropathy. What changes of reflexes are typical for this disease? A. changes of reflexes are not typical E. * Inability to flex the leg in knee joint D. lesion of IInd. CT – scan C. early loss of knee and Achilles reflexes B.167. Leg pain 169. This disease is associated with all the following signs except A. The patient in neurological department has lesion of femoral nerve. * Inability to extend the leg in knee joint C. VIIIth CN’s . increased knee and Achilles reflexes C. * MRI B. Quadriceps muscle atrophy B. Foot paresis B. Inability to flex the leg in knee joint D. The patient in neurological department is being treated with cervical radiculitis. Inability to extend the leg in knee joint C. Angiography 171. Hypoesthesia on anterior surface of hip 168. * increased knee and lost Achilles reflexes D. He suffers from alcoholic polyneuropathy. sensitive ataxia B. What is the most important additional method that should be used in this patient in order to prove diagnosis? A. increased Achilles reflexes 170. This disease is associated with all the following signs except A. Myelography E. muscle pain.

The patient is being treated in neurohospital with diagnosis Hyen-Bare polyneuropathy. Well – expressed paresis in distal parts of extremities C. Herpetic encephalitis D. Which of the following is the sign of Hyen-Bare polyneuropathy? A. Well-expressed sensitive ataxia B. Decreased level of sugar 176. Eye movements disorders 175. Pain in extremities D. * paresis of foot flexors and extensors E. * Protein-cellular dissociation D. What disease can be suspected? A. Laseg sign . Eye movements disorders 174. * Bulbar syndrome B. Increased CSF pressure C. What signs can be observed in this case? A. The patient is being treated in neurohospital with diagnosis Hyen-Bare polyneuropathy.D. * Domination of paresis in proximal parts of extremities D. In the evening he noticed neck stiffness. The disease developed with headache. Well expressed trophic disorders E. Brain abscess E. What changes of CSF are typical for Hyen-Bare polyneuropathy? A. Subarachnoid hemorrhage C. The patient is being treated in neurohospital with diagnosis Hyen-Bare polyneuropathy. Which of the following is the sign of Hyen-Bare polyneuropathy? A. The patient is 31 years old. On mucosa membrane of nose and lips are herpetic vesicles. fever. The patient suffers from femoral nerve neuropathy. Cell-protein dissociation B. Brain hemorrhage 173. Kernig sign. * meningococcal meningitis B. well expressed autonomic-trophic disorders 172. vomiting. Changes are absent E. There are no focal signs. Well – expressed paresis in distal parts of extremities C. Well expressed trophic disorders E.

sensory disorders according to the polyneuritis type C. periodical urine incontinence 179. * nodule periarthritis B. What signs can be observed in this case? A. * sensory disorders in perineum D. sensory disorders according to the conductive type D. rheumatism . periodical urine incontinence 178. The patient suffers from medial nerve neuropathy. Calf muscles palsy E. The patient suffers from horse tail lesion. The patient suffers from horse tail lesion. sensory disorders according to the conductive type B. What system disease is usually associated with multiple mononeuropathy? A. The patient suffers from horse tail lesion. pathological reflexes B. * severe radicular pain B. pathological reflexes E. Inability to abduct great finger D. * true urine incontinence E. Hanging hand C. sensory disorders according to the polyneuritic type C. * Wasserman and Matskevych sign C.B. The patient suffers from multiple mononeuropathy. periodical urine incontinence 180. What signs can be observed in this case? A. “Bird paw” B. pathological reflexes E. * Arm of “Prophet” E. Paresis of great toe extensor 177. What is considered to be a diagnostic criterion at medial nerve neuropathy? A. sensory disorders according to the polyneuritic type C. Absent plantar reflex D. What signs can be observed in this case? A. sensory disorders according to the conductive type D. Atrophy of interoseal muscles 181.

hands. * inability to scratch by small finger .C. hanging hand C. The patient suffers from such trophic disorders as edema of calves. dermatomyositis D. Fever is up to 39.0 ?C. inability to scratch by index B. nausea. spondilolisthesis C. What polyneuropathy is characterized by such clinical picture? A. Spirochete pallidum 184. metastasis tumors E. feet. SR-27 mm per hour. The patient suffers from radicular pain on lumbar – sacral level. PhOS poisoning E. There are positive meningeal signs. low back pain and neck pain. In blood leucocytes are 20х109/l. What is considered to be a diagnostic criterion at ulnar nerve neuropathy? A. Bacillus of Koh E. * Hernia of intervertebral disc B. * Arsenic C. * Meningococcus C. The patient suffers from ulnar nerve neuropathy. pain. Staphylococcus B. Rheumatoid arthritis 182. there is neutrophil pleocytosis. What can cause such disease? A. strips of Messa. There is hemorrhagic rash. Lead B. CSF is not clear. system lupus erithematose E. primary tumors D. Streptococcus D. The patient suffers from severe headache. What is the most common cause of it? A. Leptospirose 185. Arm of «Prophet» E. CO poisoning D. sign of «mill» D. light and tactile hyperesthesia. spinal arachnoiditis 183.

What medications should be prescribed in this case? A. Parasthesia. macroergics C. glucocorticoids. anticholinestherase. vessel – active medications. biostimulants D. biostimulants E. especially at night time and after catching cold 187. hypoesthesia and peripheral paralysis of extremities . Vitamins of group B. The patient was admitted to the hospital with suspicion on diphtheria polyneuropathy. plasmafaresis. analeptics. glucocorticoids. numbness. glucocorticoids E. heating procedures 188. anabolic. vision. nootrops 190. The patient was admitted to the hospital with diabetes mellitus. Vitamins of group B. * Artificial lungs ventilation. Accommodation paralysis. vessel – active medications B. motor and sensory disorders according to the polineuritic type B. anticholinestherase B. haemosorbtion 189. analeptics C. anticholinestherase. desintoxication D. vessel – active medications. taste. anticholinestherase. While examination of neurological status the doctor revealed bulbar syndrome. glucocorticoids. Decreased smell. macroergics E. He suffers from such complication of diabetes mellitus as peripheral nerve lesion. The patient was admitted to the hospital with diagnosis diphtheria polyneuropathy. * Bulbar paralysis. Artificial lungs ventilation.186. Distal polyneuropathy with paresthesia in extremities (more in lower) B. What medications should be prescribed in order to prevent late complications? A. hearing and function of vestibular apparatus E. painful cramps in calves and feet muscles. Vitamins of group B. feeling of burning in legs and arms D. anticholinestherase . Vitamins of group B. What are the most reliable signs of diphtheric polyneuropathy? A. The patient was admitted to the hospital with diagnosis diphtheria polyneuropathy. What medications should be prescribed in order to prevent late complications? A. aminoacids B. anabolic D. What are the most common signs of diabetic polyneuropathy? A. * Early loss of reflexes (usually Achilles and knee ones) on the background of trophic disturbances C. plasmafaresis. The patient was admitted to the hospital with diagnosis diphtheria polyneuropathy. * Vitamins of group B. anticholinestherase. * Vitamins of group B C. Vitamins of group B.

paresthesia in extremities E. Accommodation paralysis. low or absent reflexes from extremities. hypotonia of extremities’ muscles. What are the most reliable late signs of diphtheric polyneuropathy? A. Hypotonia of arms’ and legs’ muscles. sensory disorders on extremities according to the polineuritic type. Eye movements’ disturbances. What are the most reliable early signs of diphtheric polyneuropathy? A. distal atrophy and muscle fasciculation C. sensitive ataxia B. tachycardia C. absence of reflexes from extremities D. sensory disorders according to the polineuritic type. * Accommodation paralysis. low or absent reflexes from extremities. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. diplopia B. Which of the following signs proves poisoning with PhOS? A. proximal peripheral paresis of extremities B. sensory disorders according to the polineuritic type on extremities E. What medications should be prescribed first of all? . paresthesia in extremities. hypotonia of extremities’ muscles. dryness of skin E. weakness in legs 192. sensitive ataxia E. Bulbar paralysis. sensitive ataxia 193. cerebellar ataxia 194. The patient was admitted to the hospital.C. Arterial hypertension B. The patient was admitted to the hospital with suspicion on diphtheria polyneuropathy. pain and weakness in legs D. * sensory and motor disorders on extremities according to the polineuritic type D. Bulbar paralysis. paresthesia in extremities C. * fasciculation D. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. Bulbar paralysis. * sensory disturbances on arms and legs according to polineuritic type 195. The patient was admitted to the hospital. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. The patient was admitted to the hospital with suspicion on diphtheria polyneuropathy. low reflexes from arms and legs D. sensitive ataxia C. Eye movements’ disturbances and bulbar syndrome 191. The patient was admitted to the hospital. Which of the following signs prove poisoning with PhOS? A. pain and parasthesia in extremities E.

The patient was admitted to the hospital. Anabolic E. The patient was admitted to the hospital. Vitamins of group B and E B. Massage D. Sulfid bath C. paraffin application 199. * Electric stimulation 198. anabolics C. What balneologic method should be prescribed in this case? A. Physical exercise E. What medications should be prescribed in renewal period? A. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. mud applications E. The patient was admitted to the hospital. Electropuncture C. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. bradycardia C. acupuncture D. The patient was admitted to the hospital. * Heating procedures 197. Young resident suspected poisoning with PhOS. Heating procedures 196. Laser therapy B.A. hypotonia .active medications D. Magnet therapy E. * Vitamins group B B. * dryness of skin E. * Sulfuric bath B. radon bath D. fasciculation B. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. hyperhydrosis D. Vessels . anticholinestherase medications C. What physiotherapeutic method should be prescribed in this case? A. Which of the following signs is not typical for poisoning with PhOS? A.

Fever is up to 38. * Dipiroxim B. Ksantochromic CSF E. Piroxan E.20C. * Cytosis 100 cells and less in CSF. The patient was diagnosed neuralgia. SR . What medication should be used in this case? A. In blood leucocytes are 19х109/l. * cholinergic crisis D. vagoinsular crisis B. lymphocytes dominate 203. epileptic status 202. The patient was admitted to the regional hospital. What sign is typical for neuralgia? A. Cytosis 100 cells and less in CSF. Patient is slow. Dexamethasoni 201. The patient was diagnosed meningococcal meningitis. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. 7 days of antibiotic therapy is enough if there is no leucocytosis in blood and cones are not increased in blood D. areflexion B. The doctor suspected poisoning with PhOS. myasthenic crisis E. What changes of CSF are typical for this pathology? A. According to the prescription he receives huge doses of Benzilpeniccilinum.8 °C.6-36.200. muscle atrophy . 7 days of antibiotic therapy is enough if cytosis in CSF is 120 cells and less. Anaprilini C. 10 days of antibiotic therapy is enough C. During the last 4 days his temperature is 36. neutrophils dominate E.32 mm per hour. positive meningeal signs on both sides. The patient was diagnosed meningococcal meningitis. Platyphilini D. Protein-cellular dissociation 204. While examination there is neck stiffness. lymphocytes dominate B. Lymphocyte pleocytosis C. The patient was admitted to the regional hospital. Meningeal signs are absent. What can develop in clinical picture of this patient? A. sympatho-adrenal crisis C. What are the criteria of refusing from antibiotics? A. * Neutrophil pleocytosis B. Fibrin plate D.

66 g per l. The patient was made LP. dull pain C. The patient was made LP.C. Flu-associated E. * Meningococcal D. Meningococcal . The patient was diagnosed trigeminal neuralgia. lymphocytes are 80 % . dissociated sensory disorder on face E. * hyperesthesia of superficial types of sensation E. * pain paroxysm 208. protein is 0. What sign is typical for neuralgia? A. hypoesthesia D. Herpetic 209. What meningitis is associated with such changes of CSF? A. muscle weakness 207. herpetic rash on face B. The patient was diagnosed neuralgia. muscle weakness 206. muscle atrophy C.15%). The patient was diagnosed neuralgia. chewing muscles paresis D. Tuberculosis B. hypoesthesia D. What sign is typical for neuralgia? A.21 mmol per l.85%. Cytosis is 350 cells in 1 mm3. polinuclears are 20 %. What meningitis is associated with such changes of CSF? A. CSF is transparent liquid under high pressure. * attack-like pain E. * paresthesia C. hypoesthesia D. muscle atrophy E. areflexion B. areflexion B. What clinical sign is typical for this type of neuralgia? A. Pandi reaction ++. muscle weakness 205. Syphilitic C. CSF is not clear. lymphocytes . cytosis is 60 (neutrophils . sugar is 2.

B. * MRI . Which of the following are considered to be the most important in this case? A. * Tuberculosis E. Hepatoprotectors E. The patient with chronic otitis complains on severe headache. positive meningeal signs on both sides. myelography C. SR . Electrophoresis with Novocain in collar zone 213. Meningoencephalitis C. The patient with compressive – radicular syndrome at cervical osteochondrosis was prescribed adequate methods of treatment. lymphocytes – 15 %). * Unitiol 211.32 mm per hour. Blood – leucocytes are 19х109/l. The patient with Arsenic polyneuropathy was admitted to the hospital. CSF hypertension 212. Reosorbilact B.2 ?C. * Dehydration C. Ct – scan D. Drawing of cervical part in sitting position by means of Glisson loop B. Patient is slow. What medication antidote should be used in this case? A. shivering. X – ray of spinal cord B. The patient with compressive syndrome on lumbar-sacral level was recommended some additional methods of diagnostics. Staphylococcal C. cytosis is 60 (neutrophils 85 %. What complications are in this patient? A. paravertebral Novocain blockage E. Encephalitis D. Temperature is 38. Pneumococcal D. analgesics D. Kuprenil D. CSF is cloudy. * Meningitis B. Streptococcal 210. Pulse is 58 per min. What are the most effective methods of treatment in this case? A. Ca tetacini C. While examination it was found out that there are neck stiffness. Meningism E.

central paresis of extremities . central paresis of extremities D. The patient with Diabetes Mellitus suffers from such complication as diabetiuc polyneuropathy. * Lipoid acid D. increased reflexes on arm C. domination of sensory disturbances over motor ones 217. pseudobulbar palsy C. paresis of proximal arm muscles D. urination disorders E. Macroergers C. The patient with Degerina-Clumpke syndrome is being treated in the neurological department. pain and parasthesia in certain dermatome B. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of DegerinaClumpke syndrome? A. The patient with diagnosis compressive – radicular syndrome at cervical osteochondrosis was admitted to the neurological hospital. * decreased reflexes D. The patient with diphtheria polyneuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. Vitamins of group B 216. Anti-cholinestherase B. EMG 214. absence of reflexes E. * paresis of distal arm muscles E. What medications are the most effective in this clinical case? A. shoulder pain B. * bulbar palsy B. What are the most common symptoms of this disease? A. Vasoactive E. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of diphtheria polyneuropathy? A. sensory disorders according to the segmental type 218.E. Segmental hyper – and hypoesthesia C. The patient with diphtheria polyneuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. sensory disorders according to the conductive type 215. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of diphtheria polyneuropathy? A.

pseudo bulbar paralysis C. sensory disorders according to the segmental type 219. What is the most dangerous complication of this disease? A. Pain in shoulder B. pseudo bulbar paralysis C. Increased reflexes on arms C. * Paresis of proximal part of arm D. * paralysis of accommodation D. Paresis of distal part of arm E. central paresis of extremities D. pseudo bulbar paralysis C. disorders of urination E. toxic pancreatitis E. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of diphtheria polyneuropathy? A. toxic hepatitis D. * sensory disorders according to the polyneuritic type B. The patient with Erba-Dushen paralysis is being treated in the neurological department. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of Erba-Dushen paralysis? A. The patient with diphtheria polyneuropathy is being treated in the neurological hospital. sensory disorders according to the segmental type 221. Sensory disorders according to the conductive type . The patient with diphtheria polyneuropathy is being treated in the neurological department.B. central paresis of extremities D. disorders of urination E. disorders of urination E. * peripheral paresis of extremities B. flaccid paralysis 222. eye movements disorders C. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of diphtheria polyneuropathy? A. The patient with diphtheria polyneuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. sensory disorders according to the segmental type 220. * toxic myocarditis B.

Taste disorders 224. Phonophoresis with hydrocortisone cream B. What physiotherapeutic method of treatment is forbidden in acute period of facial nerve neuropathy? A. Dimexid compress D. What medication is forbidden for prescription in acute period of facial nerve neuropathy? A. The patient with facial nerve neuropathy was hospitalized to the neurological clinics. Facial pain B. The patient with facial nerve neuropathy was hospitalized to the neurological clinics. Nicotin acid C. Dexamethasoni B.223. * Synkinesis C. Dryness of eye E. * Muscles electro-stimulation . What physiotherapeutic method of treatment is forbidden in acute period of facial nerve neuropathy? A. Auricular pain D. The patient with facial nerve neuropathy was hospitalized to the neurological clinics. Euphilini E. What of the following signs indicates the risk of contractures development? A. Furasemidi B. * Nerviplex D. Kurantil C. What medication is forbidden for prescription in acute period of facial nerve neuropathy? A. Treating physical activity 227. * Proserini D. Euphilini E. Non steroid anti-inflammatory drugs 226. Actovegini 225. Massage E. * Ozokerit applications C. The patient with facial nerve neuropathy was hospitalized to the neurological clinics. The patient with facial nerve neuropathy is being treated in neurological department of regional hospital. Dimexid compress B.

absent knee reflex C. Absent plantar reflex C. Laseg sign B. The patient with femoral nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. Femoral . Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of Fibular nerve neuropathy? A. * Paresis of muscles quadriceps femoris C. Absent plantar reflex D. Ulnar B. Massage E. hypoesthesia on plantar surface of foot B. Radial C. Paresis of great toe extensor 230. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of femoral nerve neuropathy? A. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of femoral nerve neuropathy? A. The patient with Fibular nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department.C. Fibular D. * paralysis of foot extensors E. * Absent knee reflex D. absent Achilles reflex D. Hyrudotherapy 228. * Medial E. paresis of great toe extensor 231. Paresis of great toe extensor 229. Paralysis of calf muscles E. Lesion of what nerve is associated such clinical picture? A. The patient with femoral nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. Phonophoresis with hydrocortisone cream D. The patient with mononeuropathy suffers from severe trophic disorders and pain. Paralysis of calf muscles E. Laseg sign B.

The patient with periomarthrosis is being treated in neurological hospital. What signs can prove this diagnosis? A. The patient with non differential cervicobrachialgia was admitted to the neurological hospital. The patient with periomarthrosis was admitted to the neurological hospital.232. Neck and arm pain. Ulnaris B. pain in neck and numbness of ulnar edge of hand D. pain increases at arm abduction C. * sciatic E. Neck pain. What symptoms can prove this diagnosis? A. shaking of arm is less painful B. Pain in arm and scapula region are increased at arm adduction 234. Radialis C. hand paresthesia C. pain increases at lifting the arm E. pain in shoulder and scapula region increases at arm adduction 235. * Shaking of arm is not so painful B. Lesion of what nerve is associated such clinical picture? A. Musculo-cutaneus D. Pain in neck and arm. hypotrophy of joints’ muscles 236. Pain increased at arm adduction C. pain increases at lifting the arm . The patient with nondifferential cervico – brachialgia is being treated in neurological hospital. * Cervico – brachial pain is increased while head movements B. pain in shoulder and scapula region. What symptoms can prove this diagnosis? A. The most painful is putting the arms backwards D. Cervico – brachial pain are increased while head movements B. * Cervico – occipital pain with irradiation to the shoulder E. * Very painful is arm putting over the head D. Cervico – occipital pain with irradiation to shoulder E. hand paresthesia C. What signs can prove this diagnosis? A. obturatorius 233. The patient with mononeuropathy suffers from severe trophic disorders and pain. numbness of hand ulnar surface D.

The patient with radial nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. * Paresis of forearm. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of radial nerve neuropathy? A. “Bird paw” D. hand and fingers extensors C. herpetic rash in zone of innervations 241. The patient with root compression on lumbar – sacral level was admitted to the neurological hospital. absent biceps reflex B.E. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of radial nerve neuropathy? A. “Bird paw” D. The patient with radial nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. herpetic rash in zone of innervations 239. The patient with radial nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. What should be prescribed for pain management in this case? A. “Bird paw” D. absent biceps reflex B. The patient with radial nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. absent biceps reflex C. dissociated sensory disorder in zone of innervations E. absent biceps reflex B. “Bird paw” D. * absent triceps reflex C. dissociated sensory disorder in zone of innervations E. herpetic rash in zone of innervations 238. * Hanging hand B. * dehydration . Pain in shoulder – scapula region and hypotrophy of joints muscles 237. dissociated sensory disorder in zone of innervations E. herpetic rash in zone of innervations 240. dissociated sensory disorder in zone of innervations E. What signs of radial nerve neuropathy do you know? A. * hypoalgesia in zone of innervations C. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of radial nerve neuropathy? A.

tranquilization D. absent knee reflex C. Cervico – brachial pain. * absent Achilles reflex D. What symptoms can prove this diagnosis? A.B. paralysis of foot extensors E. Noise over subclavian artery. hypoesthesia of ulnar hand surface 243. chewing muscles paresis D. vitamins of group B 242. hypoesthesia on dorsal surface of foot B. absent knee reflex D. paresis of great toe extensor 244. The patient with scalenus syndrome is being treated in neurological hospital. The patient with tibial nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. arm numbness B. analgesics C. The patient with tibial nerve neuropathy is being treated in the neurological department. Reino syndrome E. clavicle edema C. nonsteroid anti-inflammatory E. Neck and arm pain. neck pain with limitation of movements. * paresis of foot flexors C. * trigger zones . paresis of great toe extensor 245. * Neck and arm pain. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of tibial nerve neuropathy? A. The patient with trigeminal neuralgia is being treated in neurological hospital. Which of the following signs belong to the clinical picture of tibial nerve neuropathy? A. hypoesthesia on dorsal surface of foot B. What are the peculiarities of trigeminal neuralgia attack? A. paralysis of foot extensor E. dissociated sensory disorder on face E. dull pain C. hand paresis D. herpetic rash on face B.

Hyrudotherapy C. hypotrophy of chewing muscles 248. * Kernig sign B. vomiting. The patient with trigeminal neuralgia was hospitalized to the regional hospital. What medications are included in pathogenetic treatment of trigeminal neuralgia? A. Magnet laser irradiation 247. Ozokerit application B. facial hypoesthesia B. Sensory disorders according to the segmental type . Positive Laseg and Neri signs are present on the right. lumbalgia C. Bile stone disease E. What physiotherapeutic method is the most effective in this case? A. The patient with trigeminal neuralgia was prescribed adequate treatment. lower paraplegia C. A. What signs did the doctor find? A. * facial pain that lasts 2-3 min D.246. * Radiculopathy B. * Acupuncture E. Urine stone disease D. In the evening the doctor diagnosed meningeal syndrome. Electrophoresis with analgesics D. There are no focal neurological signs. Young man suffers from headache. What is the sign of trigeminal neuralgia? A. There is herpetic rash on mucosa membrane of lips and nose. fever. non steroid anti-inflammatory drugs B. decreased corneal reflex E. The patient with trigeminal neuralgia is being treated in neurological department of regional hospital. glucocorticoids 249. Femoral nerve neuritis 250. anti. * anti-seizure E.depressants D. permanent facial pain C. Achilles reflex is absent. What disease we can think about if the patient complains on severe back pain after catching cold. anti-histamine C.

The patient was treated with erythromicini during 3 days. positive Kernig sign. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Young man with exacerbation of chronic otitis suffers from headache.5 ?С. On fourth day of disease weakness in right leg was observed. What disease can be suspected? A. What is your previous diagnosis? A. fever. Botulism D. Small palatine is hanging. * secondary meningitis E. streptococcal impetigo . during phonation it is immovable. encephalitis D. What is your diagnosis? A. Brain abscess B. There are no focal signs. Muscles of hip are flaccid. * Diphtheria neuropathy D. ?18 years old girl got sick very rapidly – slight running nose. encephalomyelitis E. vomiting. polyneuropathy B. true urine incontinence E. Viral encephalitis 253. Sensation is preserved. liquid feces 2 – 3 times per day. On the third day of disease those symptoms disappeared. tick encephalitis 254. motor aphasia 251. passive are painful. In the evening he noticed neck stiffness. Herpetiformal dermatose of During B. SR – 6 mm per hour. subarachnoid hemorrhage C. Brain hemorrhage 252. * Poliomyelitis C. poliomyelitis E. sub febrile temperature. abdominal pain. 11 years old patient who was vaccinated not according to the schedule complains on dysphonia. In anamnesis 2weeks ago she has quinsy. Knee and Achilles reflexes on right leg are absent. Objectively mucosa membrane of pharynx is preserved.D. Objectively – active movements in leg are absent. botulism B. Palpation of nervous trunks is painful. general weakness. simple herpes C. 2 days ago patient noticed severe pain in left chest. Objectively – there are vesicles with serous transparent content along 6th – 7th between ribs nerves on hyperemic skin.109 . In blood – there is leucocytes 4. poliomyelitic form C.2. Temperature is 38. coughing. Enteroviral infection.

Brain stem encephalitis C. disorders of eating process. Face is asymmetrical. Right cheek is blown. left kserophthalmia. 25 years old patient suddenly noticed peripheral paresis of mimic muscles on the right. Brain stem encephalitis C. * Transversal herpes 255. Objectively – limited flexion of I and II fingers of left hand. Carporadial reflex on the left is decreased. Ischemic brain stem stroke E. right eye is wider then the left one. Arachnoiditis 258. Left sub eyebrow reflex is absent. In blood – leucocytes are 10*10^9/l. 23 years old patient was traveling by train near open window. arachnoiditis of ponto-cerebellar angle . simple vesicles E. Right eye brow cannot be lifted. tenar atrophy. Lips cannot be closed completely. Hand looks like monkey’s one. Tears are on the right. Objectively – he cannot wrinkle his forehead and close left eye. traumatic lower shoulder plexitis 256. Left nasal fold is smoothed. What is your diagnosis? A. facial myositis E. facial hemispasm 257. neuritis of facial nerve B. In the morning she noticed that right eye is not completely closed. * traumatic neuropathy of median nerve C. SR – 18 mm per hour. * Bell’s palsy B. * Acute facial nerve neuropathy D. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. basal arachnoiditis C. What is your diagnosis? A. traumatic neuropathy of ulnar nerve D. edema and cyanosis in palm region. and meal is staying between right cheek and gum. Traumatic neuropathy of radial nerve B.D. severe burning pain. mouth is turned to the left.9 ?С. traumatic upper shoulder plexitis E. * facial nerve neuropathy D. Myositis B. 25 years old patient after catching cold noticed distorted face to the right. ponto – cerebellar tumor D. skin folds on the right are smoothed. What is your diagnosis? A. 20 years old patient after knife wound in upper third of left forearm noticed limited fingers movements. increased temperature up to 37.

voice changes. Immune therapy B.2 min). Objectively – there is painful palpation of supra and infraorbital points on the right. Objectively there is smoothed left nasal fold. Temporo – mandible arthritis C. Sluder syndrome E. 27 years old boy after catching cold in the morning noticed inability to close left eye. * Serological treatment 263. 25 years old suffers from the disease 2 days. Phonolaryngoplegic E. tears.E. 27 years old patient complains on attack like pain in upper and middle part of face (up to 1. glucocorticoids E. not clear vision. trigeminal neuropathy B. ganglionitis 262. hyperacusis. The same disease was in her mother. tumour of ponto-cerebellar angle on the left E. double vision. absent left corneal reflex. After eating homemade meat he noticed developing ptosis. Which syndrome unites all described signs? A. He is been sick during 2 months. Phagoplegic C. rehydration C. What is your diagnosis? A. taste disorders on anterior 2/3 of the tongue. and accommodation and convergence disorders. Meningeal B. * left facial nerve neuropathy B. antibiotics treatment D. lowered left mouth angle. positive sailphenomena on the left. In the day of examination he complains on dryness in the mouth. tumour of ponto-cerebellar angle on the right 261. * Ophthalmoplegic D. What is the first rank method of treatment? A. Objectively there is no . midriasis. anizokoria. severe odors. and constipation. right facial nerve neuropathy D. left trigeminal nerve neuralgia C. Colitic 260. ?31 years old woman complains on periodical pain in left hemisphere that provokes by stress. brain infarction in pons 259. * trigeminal neuralgia D. 30 years old patient 3 days before hospitalization ate home made meat. diplopia. What is your diagnosis? A.

* MRI D. During the attack there is general hyperesyhesia. Paravertebral points of lumbar region are painful. and liquid feces. nausea. What disease can be suspected? A. Now the temperature is normal. dysarthria.poliuria. Brain stem encephalitis E. State is severe. There is midriasis. Day before this she ate mushrooms. Introducing of agent in lymphoid structures of small intestine E. decreased visual acuity and disorders of swallowing. Introducing and fixing of agent in neurons of oblong brain and hippocampus . Menyer syndrome E. 35 years old patient after lifting heavy thing felt severe pain in lumbar region that irradiated to the right leg and increased at movements and coughing. hyporeflexion. * nervous impulse transmittance disorders C. Migraine C. Ptosis is well expressed. LP 266. Trigeminal nerve neuralgia D. sensory disorders on extremities according to the polyneuritic type. Which factor is considered to be the main one in pathogenesis of this disease? A. anizokoria. Objectively – long muscles of back are strained. Positive Laseg sign is present on the right. * Diphtheria polyneuropathy B. Voice is nasal. Hypoglossal nerve neuropathy C. During the attack there is painful palpation of right temporal artery. Electromyography E. throat pain complains on dysphagia. double vision. Which additional method of investigation you will prescribe? A. 35 years old patient after disease that was associated with fever. Achilles reflex on the right is decreased. weakness and limitation of movements in hands and feet. Stimulation by eksotoxin adenilatcyclasa B. CT – scan C. at the end .pathology of inner organs. Skin is pale. Glosso-pharyngeal nerve neuropathy D. vomiting. diplopia. Epilepsy 264. General blood analysis and urine analysis are without peculiarities. X – ray of spinal cord B. She is adynamic. Pseudobulbar syndrome 265. Disease started with nausea. 35 years old patient was hospitalized on the third day of disease with complains on general weakness. Facial nerve neuritis B. What is your diagnosis? A. Introducing of agent in enterocytes D.

Leftside radiculopathy C. What is your diagnosis? A. Objectively there is limitation of movements in right shoulder. On X-ray there is decreased height of LV-SI discs. scoliosis. Well expressed sign of Dauborn is observed. Increased production of Cholinesthearse D. 37 years old woman a hour ago with suicidal aim drink 300 ml of concentrated chlorophos solution. osteophytes of LІV-SI. Pain increases while swallow. Palpation of shoulder and deltoid muscle is painful. * Left side lumboischialgia B.267. Which mechanism of PhOS action should be liquidated first of all? A. Palpation of paravertebral points LV-SI is painful. Stomach was washed in emergency car 20 minutes after occasion. Facial neuropathy C. acute myelitis D. Quick damage of acetylcholine B. * Glossopharyngeal nerve neuralgia D. 36 years old patient after lifting heavy thing noticed severe pain in lumbar region. Pain increases at lifting heavy things. Objectively there is straining of lumbar muscles. trigeminal neuralgia B. cervical radiculopathy D. There are sensory disorders on posterior 1/3 of tongue. 36 years old patient complains on severe pain in almond-zone with irradiation to the left auricular zone. Deformative arthrosoarthritis E. * Cholinesthearse blockage C. 36 years old worker who works over 14 years complains on pain in right shoulder especially on the beginning of working day. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Hypoglossal nerve neuropathy E. increased activity of Cholinesthearse E. and limitation of movements. Positive Laseg sign is observed on the left. upper laryngeal nerve neuralgia 269. abduction of shoulder. Stopped synthesis of acetylcholine . Shoulder plexitis C. Piriformis syndrome E. Deltoid muscle myositis 270. Coccygodynia 268. * Shoulder-scapular periarthrosis B. What is your diagnosis? A.

Work is associated with general and local vibration. and numbness of extremities. 38 years old patient has been working in metal – steal corporation during 13 years. In blood – leucocytes . * Radiculopathy S1. Abdominal reflexes are decreased bilaterally. left side lumbar ischialgia C. Radiculopathy LУ. funicular myelosis 272. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. and periodic heart pain. Movements in lumbar region are limited. scanning speech. Painful palpation of Para vertebral points LІІІ-LУ is observed on the right. toxic polyneuropathy .109/l. What is your diagnosis? A. headache. Positive Laseg sign is present on the left. RW – is “. B. Objectively – skin of extremities is cold. On X – ray highness of disc L5 – S1 is decreased. Lumboischialgia 274. There is horizontal nystagmus. left side radiculoischemia D. 42 years old patient felt severe back pain in lumbar region after lifting heavy thing. What is the most probable diagnosis? A. Deep reflexes from lower extremities are high. Myopathy D. Lumbago C. White spots are left after pressing. Palpation of calves is painful. piriformis muscle syndrome E. Pain. scoliosis.8. There is hypoesthesia of external edge of right foot. What is your diagnosis? A. She is sick during 10 years. dizziness. 42 years old woman complains on leg weakness. * left side radiculopathy B.“. Left Achilles reflex is low.8 mm per hour. BP is 130/70. Objectively there is straining of lumbar muscles. There are positive pathological reflexes of Babinski and Rossolimo bilaterally. On ECG there are signs of myocardial hypoxia. coccigodynia 273. He complains on general weakness. hesitating while walking. 42 years old woman after lifting heavy subject suddenly felt severe pain in lumbarsacral area with irradiation to thigh and anterior surface of hip. autonomic – vascular dystonia E. polyneuropathy C.271. Gate is spastic – atactic. SR . Paravertebral points LV – S1 are painful. Spikes on L5 – S1 are present. lumbalgia D. tactile and temperature sensation is decreased. Scoliosis. deformation of lumbar lordosis. Positive laseg sign is on the right. vertebral column instability. Achilles reflex on the right is absent. * vibration disease B. On X – ray of bone – osteoporosis was found out. internal surface of calf on the right. cyanotic on hands. She uses alcohol frequently. Lumbar muscles are strained. E.

Alcoholic delirium B. * radiculoischemia L5 C. dizziness. lumbago D. Indomethacinum 278. feeling of hair in mouth. 43 years old man who contacts with petrol was hospitalized with complains on general weakness. What fact from anamnesis can be the cause of the disease? A. While examination there are signs of polyneuropathy. tramadolum D. * Chronic tetraethyl lead intoxication 277. low Achilles reflex on the left. spinal trauma D. vertebrogenous lumboischalgia B. tabes dorsalis 275. Chronic Pb intoxication E. Horse tail syndrome E. Parkinson disease C. hypoalgesia on external surface of left leg and foot. What is the most probable diagnosis? A. * multiple sclerosis E. 42 years old worker noticed severe acute lumbar pain with irradiation to the posterior part of hip. colic pain in right part of abdomen. myeloischemia 276. Chronic Hg intoxication D. analginum E. * usage of alcohol B. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. There is scoliosis of lumbar region to the right. lumbar – sacral radiculitis D. cranial trauma C. Which medication should be prescribed? A. * Finlepsin C. sleepiness in day time and unsleepiness at night. solpadeinum B. 44 years man complains on pain and weakness in hands and feet. seating work . Chronic Mn intoxication C. memory loss.B. weakness while extension of left foot fingers. 43 years old patient with periodic attacks of pain in right facial part was diagnosed trigeminal neuralgia.

45 years old woman complained on attack – like pain in left part of face that lasts up to 1 – 2 min. Objectively there is limitation of movements. dryness in mouth. On X-ray of lumbar-sacral area are signs of osteochondrosis. in foot. Lumbago C. There is hypoesthesia on posterior-external surface of right calf. * shoulder-scapular periarthrosis on the right B. What is the previous diagnosis? A. Three days before the disease she ate home made pork. coughing. constipation. 45 years old man complains on pain in right lumbar area. glosso – pharyngeal nerve neuralgia D. and positive Laseg sign is on the right. Lesion of root LУ. What is the most effective treatment of this disease? A. There is painful palpation of trigeminal points on the left. There is positive Dauborn sign. Pain increases at abduction of shoulder. sulphanilamids + enzymes 281. salt solutions + sorbets B. especially on the beginning of job. double vision. lumbalgia D. She got sick 2 months ago after catching cold. radiculopathy on the right . What is your previous diagnosis? A. * Lesion of root S1 B. 46 years old patient complains on pain in right shoulder. Touching to nose on the left provokes next attack with tonic seizure in facial muscles. Objectively – pupils are wide. ptosis and horizontal nystagmus are present. Objectively there is deformation of lumbar lordosis. * antibotulism antitoxic serum C. mandible arthritis E. Attacks are provoked by chewing. * Trigeminal neuralgia C. lifting heavy thing 279. E. Lumboischialgia 280.E. antibiotics + prednisolonum E. Pain increases while movements. 45 years old patient was hospitalized on the second day of disease with complains on general weakness. posterior surface of hip and posterior-external surface of calf. Palpation of shoulder and deltoid muscle is painful. What pathology can cause such clinical picture? A. Achilles reflex is decreased. There is paresis of soft palate on the right. reaction on light is slow. long muscles of lumbar region are strained. antiviral + antihistamine D. sinusitis 282. Facial migraine B. Shoulder plexitis C.

Heart activity is rhythmic. Objectively – there is hands and feet edema. Teeth are not healthy. Neuropathy of peroneal nerves D. Deformative arthrosoarthritis of right shoulder E. BP is 120/85. Reactions of immobilization of pale treponema and RIF are negative. Radiculopathy E. myositis of right deltoid muscle 283. myositis 286. What I s the most possible diagnosis? A. polyneuritis C. facial nerve neuritis B. ?48 years old patient complains on numbness in hands and feet. general weakness. There are no changes in reflexes and sensation. hesitating at walking. There are well expressed straining of paravertebral muscles. Achilles reflexes are absent. Objectively.D. tabes dorsalis E. Lumbalgia C. neuro-circulative dystonia B.skin is pale. 48 years old worker after physical work suffers from acute lancinating pain in lumbar region. In course of examination scoliosis of lumbar region on the right was found. There is painful palpation of nervous trunks. * Neuritis of hearing nerves D. There is decreased superficial sensation according to “socks” and “gloves” like type. * trigeminal neuralgia C. Pulse is 80 per min. multiple sclerosis 285. decreased hearing and tiredness. What is your diagnosis? A. migraine . There is no other pathology. Lumboischialgia B. 50 – years old woman complains on attacks of acute pain in right facial part during talking. There is spasm of right mimic muscles. Vibration disease C. pain in calf muscles. 46 years old woman who works as electric sewing-machine operator complains on heart pain. What is your diagnosis? A. eating. Knee reflexes are low. * Lumbago D. What disease can be suspected? A. Reino disease E. Gate is peroneal. disorders of bone conductivity 284. Skin in this part is red. * polyneuropathy B. In anamnesis there is alcoholism. severe limitation of active movements in this region. On audiogram there is decreased hearing threshold.

PS-60/min. 54 years old patient suffers from periodical low back pain. 53 years old patient after lifting heavy thing suddenly felt severe low back pain. * Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. While examination there is slight pain while palpation of vertebra and paravertebral points in lumbar region. * radicular syndrome l5-S1 E. X-ray D. hypoesthesia on posterior – external surface of right calf. What is the previous diagnosis? A.8 C. In anamnesis he suffers from low back pain over 20 years. CT-scan C. Intracerebral hemorrhage stroke C. Acute hypertonic encephalopathy E. On X-ray there are signs of lumbar-sacral osteochondrosis.D. 55 years old boy complains on weakness in left foot (he is not able to walk on fingers). There is positive Laseg sign. What additional method of investigation will be the most informative? A. hyperemia of face skin. hypotrophy of left calf. numbness in external surface of foot and fifth finger. Laseg sign is positive on the right. chronic sinusitis E. Pain increases at movements. * MRI B. Long muscles of the back are strained. Meningoccocal meningitis 288. Subdural hemorrhage B. body temperature 37. rigidity of occipital muscles. radicular syndrome L3-L4 290. 50-years old patient suddenly felt pain in occipital lobe and vomiting. Recently he noticed pain in lumbar and thigh regions on the right. diffuse pulpitis 287. LP 289. ENMG E. BP-210/120. symptom of Kernig on the both sides. horizontal nistagmus. right side lumboischialgia B. Objectively there is straining of long back muscles on the right. lumbago C. What is your diagnosis? . Pain increases while movements. Objectively: patient has disorders of consciousness. There is paresis of left foot flexors. that irradiate to the left leg. coughing. subcortical oral pathological reflexes. Achilles reflex is decreased. lumbalgia D. Achilles reflex is absent on the right. Previous diagnosis: A. On CT-scan there is hernia of L5-S1 disc (8 mm) with compression of dural bag. coughing. There is hypoalgesia in S1. posterior surface of hip and posterior-external surface of right calf. Objectively there is deformation of lumbar lordosis. Achilles reflex is absent on the left.

Radiculoischemia S1 with paresis of left foot B. uses alcohol. What is the most probable previous diagnosis? A. During the last 10 years he suffered from hypertension. muscle atrophy. What is your diagnosis? A. Pain is associated with facial muscles spasm. Compression of spinal cord with benign tumor D. There is decreased sensation from umbilicus level according to the conductive type. 57 years old patient was admitted to the hospital with complains on decreased force in legs. All types of sensation are lost according to socks and gloves like type.A. Mononeuropathy of left Tibial nerve E. hypotonia. occipital nerve neuropathy D. hands. Then muscle force of legs decreased. What disease is in this patient? A. then in left foot that quickly irradiated to the hips. Objectively – muscle force in feet and hands decreased to 3 points. The disease started 2 days ago with paresthesia in right. disorders of urination. There is sharp pain at palpation of II branch of trigeminal nerve point on the right. Trigeminal nerve neuropathy C. vertebrogenous left side lumboischialgia 291. Objectively there is limitation of movements and decreased muscle force in legs. * Spinal blood circulation disorders in the region of Adamkevych artery B. numbness in legs. There are zones on the right cheek touching to which provokes pain attack. pathological fracture of vertebra 293. Migraine E. Achilles and carpo – radial reflexes are absent. diabetic myelopathy D. Hernia of intervertebral disc C. * Trigeminal nerve neuralgia . appeared problems with urination. hyporeflexion. During the last 25 years he suffers from lumbar-sacral radiculopathy. lower part of abdomen. diabetic encephalopathy C. Hemicrania B. There is hypotonia. calves. Teeth are healthy. * Radicular syndrome S1 on the left C. He smokes. numbness and increasing weakness. Spinal stroke D. 56 years old woman with diabetes mellitus (suffers during 10 years) complains on burning pain in feet. * Diabetic polyneuropathy B. diabetic encephalomyelopathy E. Lumbar metastasis E. 65 years old patient complains on periodic shooting pain in right facial part during eating. Diabetic radiculopathy 292.

PS-94/min. BP-140/90. It is all started 8 hours ago. A day before in the evening he eat tinned meat. nausea. Objectively: BP-190/130. A 27 years old patient after pulling heavy baggage felt dizziness. head noise and noise in ears. Tumor in back cranial fossa 295. diplopia. when headache appeared and were constantly increasing. Brudzinski. symptoms of Kernig. vomiting. body temperature 38. Hypertermia38. Cranial nerves are not involved in pathological process. Thrombosis of anterior communicant cerebral artery B. psychomotor excitement. * Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. Hemorrhagic stroke B. periodically observing psychomotor excitement. Positive Romberg test. nausea. no signs of paresis. apathical. than appeared short epileptic attack with loss of consciousness. Hemorrhagic stroke B. two times vomiting. CSF rose color. Hypertensive cerebral crisis 296. A 31 years old patient after pulling heavy baggage felt dizziness. Ischemic stroke C. Put previous diagnosis: A. nausea. * Subarochnoid hemorrhage D. Put previous diagnosis: A. Ischemic stroke C. hypereflexion.294. than appeared short epileptic attack with loss of consciousness. head noise and noise in ears. Rupture of right middle cerebral artery C.5 C. body temperature 37. Food poisoning E. answers for questions are slow simple and not always correct. hyperemia of face skin. Acute meningitis E. Objectively: hi is adynamic. Acute meningitis E. Acute meningoencephalitis B. Hypertensive cerebral crisis D. Put previous diagnosis: A. * Subarachnoid hemorrhage 297. There are rigiditi of occipital muscles. dizziness. Kernig’s symptom is positive on both sides. SCF: fresh blood. A 16 years old patient complaints for severe headache.5 C. Atherothrombotic stroke . A 36-years old men suddenly felt severe headache.1 C. appeared disorders of consciousness. Rigiditis of occipital muscles. nausea. Put previous diagnosis: A. Patient still felt severe headache and was couple time vomiting. hypereflexion. * Subarachnoid hemorrhage D. Ischemic stroke C. PS-92/min. Objectively: meningeal symptoms. Objectively: meningeal symptoms.

vomiting. hyperemia of face skin. Objectively: BP-210/130. Put previous diagnosis: A. * Subarachnoid hemorrhage C. Diapedesis of cerebral vessel B. Appeared right-side paralysis.E. Neurological status: coma. SCF: fresh blood and high level of proteine. hyperemia of face skin. Thrombosis of cerebral arteries 301. general hyperhydrosis. body temperature 38. * Subarachnoid hemorrhage E. Hemorrhagic stroke B. symptom of Kernig on the left side. A 37 years old man after pulling heavy baggage felt dizziness. regiditi of occipital muscles. Appeared right-side hemiparalysis. Rupture of right middle cerebral artery C.5 C. Ischemic stroke D. hypereflexion. Thrombosis of anterior communicant cerebral artery B. * Rupture of cerebral vessel . than she fell unconsciousness. What is the main element of pathogenesis in this case? A. Spasm of cerebral vessel D. severe headache. disturbances of breathing. SCF: fresh blood and high level of protein. SCF: fresh blood. general hyperhydrosis. Put previous diagnosis: A. right-side spastic hemiplegia. Embolism of cerebral arteries E. There are rigiditi of occipital muscles. symptoms of Kernig. Objectively: meningeal symptoms. no signs of paresis. symptom of Kernig on the left side. A 41-years old men suddenly felt severe headache. appeared disorders of consciousness. right-side spastic hemiplegia. * Rupture of cerebral vessel C. PS-94/min. Patient still felt severe headache and was couple time vomiting. vomiting. Neurological status: coma. regiditi of occipital muscles. Meningoccocal meningitis 298. Thrombosis of cavernal sinus D. Meningoccocal meningitis 300. disturbances of breathing. A 43-years old women during work suddenly felt nausea. than appeared short epileptic attack with loss of consciousness. A 43-years old women during work suddenly felt nausea. than she fell unconsciousness. Diapedesis of cerebral vessel B. Brudzinski. head noise and noise in ears. vomiting. nausea. severe headache. Acute meningitis E. psychomotor excitement. nausea. What is the main element of pathogenesis in this case? A. Cranial nerves are not involved in pathological process. Hypertensive cerebral crisis 299. hyperemia of face skin.

Urine stone disease D. right-side spastic hemiplegia. Embolism of cerebral arteries E. Asymmetry of face. Spasm of cerebral vessel D. Poisoning with ftororganic pesticides E. severe headache. lumbalgia C. What disease we should think about in case of severe low back pain after lifting heavy thing. There are positive Laseg and Neri signs on the right. Bile stone disease E. * Hemorrhagic stroke B. A 47-years old women suddenly felt nausea. vomiting. symptom of Kernig on the left side. . squeezing character pain in the heart area. Achilles reflex is absent. Embolism of cerebral arteries E. In the day of disease he released and loaded on a machine boxes with pesticides. Positive Laseg and Neri signs are present on the right. What disease we can think about if the patient complains on severe back pain after catching cold. Diapedesis of cerebral vessel B. Neurological status: coma. Tones of heart are deaf. D A. Poisoning with chlororganic pesticides C. breathing is vesicular. BP200/100. Lumbalgia . Hart attack 304. hyperemia of face skin. Poisoning with phosphororganic pesticides D. dizziness.C. He complained for severe headache. * Rupture of cerebral vessel 303. right mouth angle is located lower than normally. cyanosis of lips. afterwards he lost consciousness. regiditi of occipital muscles. Right Achilles reflex is absent. Objective: skin is clear. What is the main element of pathogenesis in this case? A. * Radiculopathy B. A. A. A 48 years old farmer with suspicions on the acute poisoning by pesticides attended to clinic. accent of II tone on an aorta. PS-56/min. general hyperhydrosis. Spasm of cerebral vessel D. Femoral nerve neuritis 305. * radiculopathy B. Thrombosis of cerebral arteries C. SCF: fresh blood and high level of protein. than she fell unconsciousness. Appeared right-side paralysis. pupils are dilatated. disturbances of breathing. Thrombosis of cerebral arteries 302.

* Brein stem-spinal D. Proserinum C. Prednison E. Brein stem C. A Increasing of sugar level A. Objectively: acrocianosis. bulbar pulsy. Objectively: acrocianosis. * Radioactive P and J B. weakness in arms and legs.C. Horner syndrome. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis B. * X-rey therapy B. bulbar pulsy. Cerebral E. Rebif 309. weakness in arms and legs. ulcers. What is a clinical form of syringomyelia? A. A. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. Central 308. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. Proserinum C. Horner syndrome. Stones in gallbladder E. Increasing IgG 307. Analgetics D. Spinal B. Analgetics D. Decreasing of sugar level D. Prednison E. Stones in urine bladder D. Horner syndrome. Objectively: acrocianosis. Polyneuropathy . Decreasing IgA C. What is a conservative treatment in this case? A. bulbar pulsy. ulcers. Femoral nerve neuritis 306. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. What is a conservative treatment in this case? A. 1 year after child birth woman noticed legs numbness and decreased vision on right eye. ulcers. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. Rebif 310. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. weakness in arms and legs.

* Multiple sclerosis B. On eye ground – decoloration of temporal parts of optic nerves discs. unstable gait. Objective: horizontal nistagmus. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Ischemic stroke D. Meningitis 311. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. abdominal reflexes are absent. 23 – years old pregnant woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. * Arachnoencephalitis B. Brain tumor D. and retention of urine. D. Encephalomyelitis E. Arachnoencephalitis B. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. left leg weakness.B. brisk reflexes. Encephalomyelitis E. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. * B. Brisk reflexes. 18-years old woman in couple month after hard emotional trauma felt temporary decreased of vision. Arachnoencephalitis D. 20 – years old pregnant woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. C. abdominal reflexes are absent. * Multiple sclerosis C. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Horizontal nystagmus. spastic lower paraparesis. Brain tumor . Abdominal reflexes are absent. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Encephalitis E. She is instable in Romberg posture. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. static ataxia. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. left leg weakness. Now she is euphoric with decreased criticism. Objective: horizontal nystagmus. Multiple sclerosis 312. Multiple sclerosis C. Cerebral circulation disturbances D. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. She is instable in Romberg posture. E. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. Encephalomyelitis E. Brain tumor 313.

Spinal stroke C. Arachnoencephalitis D. Spinal tumor B. Arachnoencephalitis B. She suffers from the disease during 5 years. What is your previous diagnosis? A. abdominal reflexes are absent. Brain tumor B. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. From time to time she has exacerbation. Objective: horizontal nystagmus. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Spinal stroke C. She suffers from the disease during 3 years. Spinal tumor 315. unstable gait. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Encephalomyelitis E. Now she is euphoric with decreased criticism. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. Disseminated encephalomyelitis E. Encephalomyelitis . There is intention at coordinating tests performing. sensitive ataxia. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. Now the patient has lower spastic paraparesis. What is the most possible diagnosis? A.314. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. Abdominal reflexes are absent. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. 26 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. left leg weakness. ALS D. micturition. brisk reflexes. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Disseminated encephalomyelitis E. 23 – years old women complains for leg weakness. * Multiple sclerosis 316. micturition. She is instable in Romberg posture. ALS D. Now the patient has lower spastic paraparesis. * Multiple sclerosis D. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. unstable gait. Brisk reflexes. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. horizontal nystagmus. * Multiple sclerosis B. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. 25 – years old women complains for leg weakness. Brain tumor 317. From time to time she has exacerbation. She is instable in Romberg posture. 26 – years old pregnant woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. sensitive ataxia. left leg weakness.

untidiness. sensitive ataxia. From time to time she has exacerbation. Encephalitis E. Herpetic encephalitis C. She suffers from the disease during 5 years. ALS B. 30 years old patient during 3 months noticed loos of waight. Spinal tumor 319. From time to time she has exacerbation. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. 3 month after child birth woman noticed decreased vision on right eye and legs numbness. * HIV E. He lost 9 kg. Disseminated encephalomyelitis B. Addresses. A. She suffers from the disease during 3 years. Cognitive functions are damaged. micturition. Spinal stroke C. What is your previous diagnosis? A. While examination there is generalized lymphadenopathy. 31 – years old women complains for arm weakness. He noticed intermittent fever. unstable gait. sleepiness. sleepiness. There is . decreased memory on names. Spinal tumor 322. There is constrains. Syphilis B. indifference. there are disturbances of cognitive functions. 31 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. * Multiple sclerosis E. unstable gait. Ischemic stroke D. Polyneuropathy 320. Now the patient has lower spastic paraparesis. micturition.E. developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. Meningitis C. Put the clinical diagnosis. untidiness. sensitive ataxia. Now the patient has spastic tetraparesis. * Multiple sclerosis D. Tuberculosis D. Spinal stroke C. * Multiple sclerosis 318. lympholeucosis 321. indifference to the people around him and his state. * Multiple sclerosis B. Disseminated encephalomyelitis E. ALS D. 27 – years old women complains on leg weakness. What is your previous diagnosis? A.

37 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. lympholeucosis . syphilis E. 33 years old patient during 8 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. He lost 16 kg. There is constrains. Put the clinical diagnosis. Put the clinical diagnosis. Lympholeucosis B. 37 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. untidiness. Syphilis E. Cognitive functions are damaged.intermittent fever. There is intermittent fever. There is intermittent fever. herpetic encephalitis C. lympholeucosis 325. untidiness. indifference. Addresses. Cognitive functions are damaged. * AIDS 323. Addresses. sleepiness. A. * AIDS E. tuberculosis D. decreased memory on names. Cognitive functions are damaged. tuberculosis D. There is intermittent fever. syphilis B. decreased memory on names. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. herpetic encephalitis C. herpetic encephalitis C. sleepiness. herpetic encephalitis C. Put the clinical diagnosis. There is constrains. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. A. Put the clinical diagnosis. A. He lost 12 kg. sleepiness. decreased memory on names. tuberculosis D. tuberculosis D. * AIDS B. Addresses. indifference. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. lympholeucosis 324. indifference. syphilis E. * AIDS B. He lost 12 kg. untidiness. A. There is constrains.

What is what diagnostic method is the most informative ? A. She is instable in Romberg posture..326. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. syphilis E. Electroencephalography E. Electromyography D. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A.. left leg weakness. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. * MRI B. Objective: brisk reflexes. He noticed intermittent fever. sleepiness. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. left leg weakness. Brain tumor 328. Azatioprin B. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. lympholeucosis 327. abdominal reflexes are absent. He lost 12 kg in weight. A. She is instable in Romberg posture. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. Herpetic encephalitis C. Objective: brisk reflexes. addresses. * Prednison . Objective: brisk reflexes. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. While examination there is generalized lymphadenopathy. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. untidiness. Arachnoencephalitis D. She is instable in Romberg posture. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. 37 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. decreased memory on names.. Tuberculosis D. indifference to the people around him and his state. Encephalomyelitis E. there are disturbances of cognitive functions. abdominal reflexes are absent. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. left leg weakness. Put the clinical diagnosis. * Multiple sclerosis B. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. abdominal reflexes are absent. CT C. * HIV B. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. LP 329.

dissociative (pseudodementia) 332. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Betaferon E. reaction of Lange. eyelids and fingers tremor. coordination disorders. untidiness. paralitic curve. Math tasks he makes with rough mistakes. Which type of dementia is in this patient? A. syphilis E. Laboratory test . 41 years old patient noticed loss of waight. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. abdominal reflexes are absent. Proserin 330. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. Argil – Robertson syndrome. There is intermittent fever. Interests are limited by satisfaction of biological needs. Emotions are flat. left leg weakness. * AIDS D. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. absence of elementary knowledges. 41 years old patient complains on unproductive thoughts. Cognitive functions are damaged. Brain tumor D. decreased memory on names. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. coordination disorders. traumatic B. She is instable in Romberg posture. indifference. Math tasks he makes with rough mistakes.C. Emotions are flat. tongue. lympholeucosis 333. Put the clinical diagnosis. eyelids and fingers tremor. Cerebral circulation disturbances 331. At neurological examination there is anizokoria. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. Arachnoencephalitis B. * syphilitic C. A. 42 years old patient complains on unproductive thoughts. Multiple sclerosis C. absence of elementary knowledges. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. * Encephalomyelitis E. Objective: anizokoria. Tuberculosis B. herpetic encephalitis C. of biological needs. Laboratory test showed positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. tongue. There is constrains. Cerebral – atrophic (Pick and Alzheimer disease) E. Argil – Robertson syndrome. Vascular (AS) D. Betametason D. developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. sleepiness. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A. Addresses. Objective: brisk reflexes.

While neurological examination there is anizokoria.showed positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. Which type of dementia is in this patient? A. fingers tremor. cerebral – atrophic (Pick disease. Argil – Robertson symptom. Argil – Robertson syndrome. Emotions are flat. absence of elementary knowledges. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. tongue and eye lids. 47 years old patient complains on unproductive thoughts. * syphilitic B. Which type of dementia is in this patient? A. tongue. Vascular (AS) . reaction of Lange. Thoughts are not productive. arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. Vascular C. Alzhaimer disease) E. paralitic curve. * Encephalomyelitis B. traumatic B. coordination disorders. Emotions are flat. reaction of Lange. RIF and RIBT. coordination disorders. who had head trauma last summer came to the clinic with memory problems. “paralytic curve”. 42 years old patient. Emotions are flat. * syphilitic E. Argil – Robertson symptom. elementary knowledge is absent. eyelids and fingers tremor. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. paralitic curve. Dissociative (pseudo dimension) 335. Interests are limited by satisfaction of biological needs. Multiple sclerosis E. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. 42 years old patient. reaction of Lange. dissociative (pseudodementia) 334. tongue and eye lids. traumatic B. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. “paralytic curve”. elementary knowledge is absent. fingers tremor. While neurological examination there is anizokoria. arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. traumatic D. Brain tumor 336. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. RIF and RIBT. coordination disorders. reaction of Lange. Thoughts are not productive. Cerebral – atrophic (Pick and Alzheimer disease) D. vascular (aterosclerosis) C. Laboratory test showed positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. At neurological examination there is anizokoria. Arachnoencephalitis D. Math tasks he makes with rough mistakes.

interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. Meningitis C. interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. Dissociative (pseudo dimension) 338. fingers tremor. Alzhaimer disease) E. Encephalitis E. vascular (aterosclerosis) C. reaction of Lange. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. cerebral – atrophic (Pick disease. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. Meningitis .C. 5 month after child birth woman noticed legs numbness and decreased vision on right eye. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. tongue and eye lids. dissociative (pseudodementia) 337. RIF and RIBT. Cerebral – atrophic (Pick and Alzheimer disease) E. Emotions are flat. reaction of Lange. tongue and eye lids. Encephalomyelitis E. While neurological examination there is anizokoria. Argil – Robertson symptom. * Multiple sclerosis 340. 6 month after child birth woman noticed decreased vision on right eye and legs numbness. Ischemic stroke B. 47 years old patient. Argil – Robertson symptom. coordination disorders. elementary knowledge is absent. arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. * syphilitic D. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. elementary knowledge is absent. 49 years old patient. “paralytic curve”. fingers tremor. Emotions are flat. RIF and RIBT. Ischemic stroke D. * syphilitic D. Polyneuropathy B. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. Thoughts are not productive. arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. Arachnoencephalitis D. Thoughts are not productive. While neurological examination there is anizokoria. Multiple sclerosis B. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. coordination disorders. “paralytic curve”. traumatic B. * Brain tumor 339.

Electromyography D. decreasing of abdominal reflexes. Meningitis D. weakness in legs. Ischemic stroke B. * Multiple sclerosis C. 8 month after child birth woman noticed decreased vision on right eye and legs numbness. subacute brain stem-cerebellar form D. Essential hypotension C. bulbar level B. * Multiple sclerosis C. Ischemic stroke D. 9 month after child birth woman noticed legs numbness and decreased vision on right eye. light lower paraparesis. Polyneuropathy 341. * MRI E.C. What is what diagnostic method is the most informative ? A. Objectivly: leftside static ataxia. that he suffers from arterial hypotension. Objectivly: leftside static ataxia. Encephalitis E. * Multiple sclerosis. Polyneuropathy 342. Encephalitis E. It is known. Polyneuropathy B. A 18-years old patient after stress situation felt headache. that he suffers from arterial hypotension. It is known. Essential hypotension with mononeuropathy of left facial nerve 344. Meningitis 343. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. CT C. * Multiple sclerosis D. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Encephalitis E. A 18-years old patient after stress situation felt headache. decreasing of abdominal reflexes. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. LP . Parasympathetic nervous system disorders. weakness in legs. light lower paraparesis. Cerebral vasculopathy E. Electroencephalography B.

A 22 – years old patient suffered from fever with chilling during two days. Azatioprin D. C. total anesthesia from Th6 level downwards according to the conductive type. light lower paraparesis. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis 347. * A. A 22 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec. Proserinum 346. A 18-years old patient after stress situation felt headache. Encephalomyelitis E. Betaferon C. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Neurological status: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. Betametason B. that he suffers from arterial hypotension.345. vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec. Increasing IgG B. A 22 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. There are no active movements in legs. Objectivly: leftside static ataxia. On the third day she found severe pain below the nipple level. legs weakness. The meningeal symptoms are absent. Spinal tumor D. Brain tumor 348. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Spinal ischemic stroke C. What is your previous diagnosis? A. What CSF changes could be in this case? A. It is known. Spinal form of MS E. Put previous diagnosis: A. deep reflexes are increased. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A. She is instable in Romberg posture. B. * Prednison E. Arachnoencephalitis D. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis C. numbness in the lower part of the body and retention of urine. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. Neurological status: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. bed sore in lumbar region. She is instable in Romberg posture. Le – 16* 10^9 per l. * Multiple sclerosis B. Decreasing IgA . Blood analysis: SR – 32 mm per hour. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. weakness in legs. deep reflexes are increased. decreasing of abdominal reflexes. * Acute myelitis B.

On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. What CSF changes could be in this case? A. Decreasing IgA D. Retrobulbar neuritis C. A 24 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. on eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes.D. * Acute myelitis D. vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 2 sec. Put previous diagnosis: A. deep reflexes are increased. Spinal tumor B. total anesthesia from Th8 level downwards according to the conductive type. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis B. Spinal ischemic stroke C. * Multiple sclerosis E. A 24 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. E. Encephalomyelitis B. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Put previous diagnosis: A. * Multiple sclerosis B. Objectively: horizontal nistagmus. A 26 years old patient complains for vision disturbances. vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec. Decreasing of sugar level E. A 24 – years old patient suffered from fever with chilling during two days. * Increasing IgG C. legs weakness. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. In a year appeared weakness in the right leg. Blood analysis: SR – 42 mm per hour. On the fourth day she found severe pain below the nipple level. The meningeal symptoms are absent. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis 350. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. Spinal form of MS E. bed sore in lumbar region. D. numbness in the lower part of the body and retention of urine. Peroneal neuropathy . Increasing of sugar level 352. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Arachnoencephalitis D. deep reflexes are increased. Le – 19* 10^9 per l. She is instable in Romberg posture. There are no active movements in legs. Decreasing of sugar level E. Brain tumor 351. Increasing of sugar level 349.

problems with swallowing. vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec. on eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. * Increasing IgG B. Decreasing of sugar level E. * Multiple sclerosis D. On the third day she found severe pain below the nipple level. Brain tumor . Spinal ischemic stroke C. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. positive Romberg test. deep reflexes are increased. A 28 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. bed sore in lumbar region.D. Myelitis 353. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis C. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. legs weakness. What CSF changes could be in this case? A. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis 356. Decreasing IgA D. Poliomyelitis E. Put previous diagnosis: A. Retrobulbar neuritis C. There are no active movements in legs. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Myelitis 355. A 34 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. then left arm. A 32 – years old patient suffered from fever with chilling during two days. * Acute myelitis B. Objectively: horizontal nystagmus. Spinal tumor D. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Neurological status: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. Peroneal neuropathy B. lower part of the body numbness and retention of urine. total anesthesia from Th6 level downwards according to the conductive type. Spinal form of MS E. Increasing of sugar level 354. In a year appeared weakness in the right leg. Poliomyelitis E. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. The meningeal symptoms are absent. A 29 years old patient complains for vision disturbances. Blood analysis: SR – 28 mm per hour. Le – 10* 10^9 per l. Arachnoencephalitis B. Put previous diagnosis: A.

* ALS E. * 2 C. problems with swallowing. herpetic encephalitis C. * ALS C. Multiple sclerosis B. los of waight. 3 D. 1 B. tuberculosis B. then left arm. Put previous diagnosis: A. Put previous diagnosis: A. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 358.D. What is the stage of ALS? A. There is intermittent fever. A 41 years old patient during 4 months noticed developing of slowness. In next 2 years he noticed slimming and weakness of right. Poliomyelitis D. Myelitis C. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. lympholeucosis 359. A 42 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. A 39 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. problems with swallowing. problems with swallowing. then left arm. syphilis E. Put the clinical diagnosis. Poliomyelitis D. then left arm. Multiple sclerosis 357. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 360. Cognitive function is damaged. Multiple sclerosis B. 6 . In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. constrains. * AIDS D. * Encephalomyelitis E. decreased memory on names. There is sleepiness. A. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. untidiness. A 42 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. Myelitis E. 4 E. indifference.

ulcers. then left arm. A 48 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. * ALS C. Multiple sclerosis B. problems with swallowing. Multiple sclerosis B. A 44 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. Lumbar-sacral 362. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 364. then left arm. Myelitis E. * Syringomyelia C. A 42 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. Later he noticed slimming and weakness of right. weakness in arms and legs. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. Poliomyelitis D. Horner syndrome B. Multiple sclerosis B. problems with swallowing. Cerebral B. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. Brudzinski triad of meningitis . problems with swallowing. Put previous diagnosis: A. Thoracic E. Poliomyelitis C. Put previous diagnosis: A. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. Poliomyelitis D. * Bulbar C. A Getchinson’s triad A. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 363.361. then left arm. ALS E. What is the clinical form of ALS? A. Cervical D. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 365. Objectively: acrocianosis. Myelitis E. Put previous diagnosis: A. * ALS D. Horner syndrome.

deep reflexes are increased.. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis E. Electroencephalography E. A young woman has 11 months old child. Electromyography D. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 6 sec. Now she has severely decreased visual acuity on the right eye. Brain stem encephalitis C. A young woman has 11 months old child. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 6 sec. deep reflexes are increased. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. * Brain tumor B. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A.C. “Triple-hemi” syndrome in damage of internal capsule D. deep reflexes are increased. What disease can be suspected? A. What is what diagnostic method is the most informative ? A. Brain stem encephalitis C. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. Brain tumor B. CT C. What disease can be suspected? A. * MRI 368. * Multiple sclerosis 367. LP B. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis . She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. A young woman has 11 months old child. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. Betametasoni C. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. * Prednison D. Betaferon E. Deep reflexes are increased.. absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 6 sec. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. Azatioprin B. lethargic encephalitis D. lethargic encephalitis D. Sharcot’s triad in MS 366. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. Proserin 369.. A young woman has 4 months old child. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes.

fever. A young woman has 9 months old child. What disease can be suspected? A. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 3 sec. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. * Multiple sclerosis. bulbar level A. positive pathological reflexes. Essential hypotension 374. Multiple sclerosis. Parasympathetic nervous system disorders. Brain stem encephalitis 371. Cerebral vasculopathy D. Essential hypotension with mononeuropathy of left facial nerve C. lethargic encephalitis D. Cerebral vasculopathy D. * Multiple sclerosis C. Put previous diagnosis: A. Parasympathetic nervous system disorders. What disease can be suspected? A. subacute brain stem-cerebellar form B. Objective: nystagmus. bulbar level A. absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. vomiting. psychomotor excitement. general weakness. * Multiple sclerosis B. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis E. Brain tumor B. Deep reflexes are increased. Brain stem encephalitis 372. * 2 . 1 B. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. Essential hypotension B. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis E. lethargic encephalitis D. Deep reflexes are increased. Now she has severely decreased visual acuity on the right eye. A young woman has 6 months old child. Essential hypotension with mononeuropathy of left facial nerve C. Multiple sclerosis 370. Brain tumor C. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 3 sec. subacute brain stem-cerebellar form 373. Now she has severely decreased visual acuity on the right eye. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye.E.

vomiting. * Corticosteroids E. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A.C. fever. Vitamin B B. fever. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. positive pathological reflexes. general weakness. Objective: nystagmus. psychomotor excitement. general weakness. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. * 10-15 mg per kg i/v B. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. Betaferon C. 4 E. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. Azatioprin D. 15-25 mg per kg i/v C. Betaferon C. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. * Methylprednisolone E. 5 375. Azatioprin D. Proserinum 378. Proserinum 376. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. positive pathological reflexes. Vitamin B B. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. fever. vomiting. What dose of methylprednisolone has to be used? A. Objective: nystagmus. psychomotor excitement. Azatioprin D. general weakness. vomiting. Betaferon C. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. 3 D. psychomotor excitement. vomiting. positive pathological reflexes. 25-30 mg per kg i/v . Objective: nystagmus. Proserinum 377. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. Objective: nystagmus. fever. psychomotor excitement. general weakness. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. Vitamin B B. * Prednisolone E. positive pathological reflexes.

5-10 mg per kg i/v E. MS D. Autoimmune process 380. positive pathological reflexes. In a 27-years old patient acute appeared headache. intention tremor. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. general weakness. * Sharcot’s triad in MS B. Getchinson’s triad 383. vomiting. “Triple-hemi” syndrome in damage of internal capsule E.D. Bacterial B. * Sharcot’s triad in MS B. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. vomiting. Objective: nystagmus. Syringomyelia E. psychomotor excitement. 50-60 mg per kg i/v 379. intention tremor. Horner syndrome C. Vascular E. psychomotor excitement. fever. Brudzinski triad of meningitis D. fever. Brudzinski triad of meningitis D. “Triple-hemi” syndrome in damage of internal capsule E. ALS C. In a 32 years old men appeared nystagmus. double vision at looking to the left. In a 32 years old men appeared nystagmus. Getchinson’s triad 382. This is a classic triad called: A. The doctor appreciated it as . Previous diagnosis is AMEM. Trauma D. positive pathological reflexes. general weakness. scanning speech. This is a classic triad for: A. Myelopathy on lumbar level 381. Horner syndrome C. * Virus C. Objective: nystagmus. Put previous diagnosis: A. scanning speech. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. What is perhaps etiology of AMEM? A. Patient with MS after 2 years incomplete remission complains on increasing weakness in legs. * AMEM B.

Azatioprin D. What medicine should be used in this case? A. Betaferon C. What medications and in what doses should be prescribed in this case? A. * Pulse – therapy with Corticoids B. Proserinum 386. Proserinum 387. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. * Metypred E.. Betametason B. * Solu-medrolum . Betapheron – 8 million IU every other day D.exacerbation of the disease.. Copaxon – 20 mg per day E. Azatioprin D. Patient X. What medicine should be used in in this case? A. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Betaferon C. Betaferon C. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Vasoactive medications in large doses 384. Azatioprin D. Betametason B. Azatioprin D.. Patient X. Betaferon C. Betametason B. What medicine should be used in this case? A.. Betametason B. Proserinum 385. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Corticoids in small doses C. Patient X. * Dexametason E. Patient X. * Prednison E.

Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. * Dexamethason E. Proserinum 388. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. * Baclofen E. Patient X.. Azatioprin D.. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. Rebif 391. ?-adrenoblockers C. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. * Methylprednison E. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. Patient X. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A..E. Betaferon C. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. Proserinum 390. Clonasepam D. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. Betametason B. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) E. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) 392. Azatioprin D. Methylprednison B. Betametason B. Proserinum 389. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. Patient X. Betaferon C. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) . Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B.

* Brein stem-spinal D. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) 394. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) 393. Knee reflex is absent. weakness in arms and legs. Decreasing IgA C. ulcers. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A. Decreasing of sugar level D. Cerebral E. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. Objectively: acrocianosis. Sciatic nerve E. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) E. Peroneal nerve 396. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. Increasing IgG 397. Horner syndrome. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) 395. Posterior roots of spinal cord on the level L2-L4 C. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A. Sensation is lost on anterior surface of thigh. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) E. Brein stem C. What is a clinical form of syringomyelia? A. Central . * Femoral nerve D. Where is the lesion? A. Increasing of sugar level A. Anterior roots of spinal cord on the level L2-L4 B. Spinal B.E. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. bulbar pulsy. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis B. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) C. The patient cannot extend the knee.

This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. * X-rey therapy B. and retention of urine. She is instable in Romberg posture. * Multiple sclerosis C. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. What is a conservative treatment in this case? A. Rebif 399. ulcers. ulcers. bulbar pulsy. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Encephalitis E. What is a conservative treatment in this case? A. abdominal reflexes are absent. Rebif 400. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. * Arachnoencephalitis B. spastic lower paraparesis. brisk reflexes. 20 – years old pregnant woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. Objective: horizontal nystagmus. Multiple sclerosis 402. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. Proserinum C. weakness in arms and legs. 1 year after child birth woman noticed legs numbness and decreased vision on right eye. Encephalomyelitis E.398. Objective: horizontal nistagmus. Objectively: acrocianosis. Analgetics D. Horner syndrome. Prednison E. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Prednison E. 18-years old woman in couple month after hard emotional trauma felt temporary decreased of vision. Ischemic stroke D. bulbar pulsy. . Meningitis 401. Analgetics D. Brain tumor D. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. left leg weakness. On eye ground – decoloration of temporal parts of optic nerves discs. Proserinum C. unstable gait. * Radioactive P and J B. Horner syndrome. Objectively: acrocianosis. weakness in arms and legs. Polyneuropathy B.

unstable gait. * Multiple sclerosis C. left leg weakness. sensitive ataxia. left leg weakness. ALS D. Disseminated encephalomyelitis E. The patient usually notices . On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Encephalomyelitis E. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. * Multiple sclerosis B. sensitive ataxia. * Multiple sclerosis B. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. static ataxia. Spinal stroke C. Arachnoencephalitis D. micturition. She suffers from the disease during 5 years. 23 – years old pregnant woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. What is your previous diagnosis? A. 26 – years old pregnant woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. Cerebral circulation disturbances D. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Abdominal reflexes are absent. Brain tumor 403. Spinal stroke C.pathological reflexes on lower extremities. Now she is euphoric with decreased criticism. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. abdominal reflexes are absent. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. From time to time she has exacerbation. 23 – years old women complains for leg weakness. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Now the patient has lower spastic paraparesis. She is instable in Romberg posture. Spinal tumor 405. Brain tumor 404. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Encephalomyelitis E. She suffers from the disease during 3 years. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Now the patient has lower spastic paraparesis. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. ALS D. Disseminated encephalomyelitis E. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. Arachnoencephalitis B. Horizontal nystagmus. * Multiple sclerosis 406. Brisk reflexes. From time to time she has exacerbation. micturition. unstable gait. Spinal tumor B. 25 – years old women complains for leg weakness.

From time to time she has exacerbation. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Brain tumor 407. Encephalomyelitis E. sensitive ataxia. What is your previous diagnosis? A. 26 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. Arachnoencephalitis D. She is instable in Romberg posture. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. Abdominal reflexes are absent. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. She suffers from the disease during 3 years. 27 – years old women complains on leg weakness. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. Polyneuropathy . pathological reflexes on lower extremities. * Multiple sclerosis B. abdominal reflexes are absent. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. * Multiple sclerosis D. Brain tumor B. Meningitis C. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. brisk reflexes. She is instable in Romberg posture. Encephalomyelitis E. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. 3 month after child birth woman noticed decreased vision on right eye and legs numbness. horizontal nystagmus. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. Brisk reflexes. Now the patient has lower spastic paraparesis. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. Spinal tumor 409. Spinal stroke C. Disseminated encephalomyelitis E. Objective: horizontal nystagmus. Now she is euphoric with decreased criticism. * Multiple sclerosis D. ALS B. Arachnoencephalitis B. micturition. Encephalitis E. Ischemic stroke D. There is intention at coordinating tests performing.exacerbation of the disease each autumn. left leg weakness. * Multiple sclerosis 408. unstable gait.

Tuberculosis D. Spinal tumor 412. Syphilis E. Put the clinical diagnosis. Spinal stroke C. tuberculosis D. sleepiness. there are disturbances of cognitive functions. unstable gait. indifference. developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. Disseminated encephalomyelitis B. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. indifference. He lost 9 kg. Cognitive functions are damaged. A. Syphilis B.410. 31 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. 30 years old patient during 3 months noticed loos of waight. * HIV E. untidiness. He noticed intermittent fever. Herpetic encephalitis C. decreased memory on names. lympholeucosis 411. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. indifference to the people around him and his state. Addresses. sleepiness. lympholeucosis . herpetic encephalitis C. Cognitive functions are damaged. Now the patient has spastic tetraparesis. syphilis B. micturition. There is constrains. Put the clinical diagnosis. Put the clinical diagnosis. * AIDS E. Lympholeucosis B. What is your previous diagnosis? A. While examination there is generalized lymphadenopathy. ALS D. Addresses. There is constrains. There is intermittent fever. 33 years old patient during 8 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. From time to time she has exacerbation. A. 31 – years old women complains for arm weakness. tuberculosis D. sensitive ataxia. herpetic encephalitis C. A. He lost 16 kg. She suffers from the disease during 5 years. There is intermittent fever. * Multiple sclerosis E. untidiness. sleepiness. untidiness. decreased memory on names. * AIDS 413.

At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. There is intermittent fever. 37 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. sleepiness. herpetic encephalitis C. There is constrains. lympholeucosis 416. decreased memory on names. tuberculosis D. Addresses. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. syphilis E. herpetic encephalitis C. indifference. syphilis E. sleepiness. * AIDS B. untidiness. He lost 12 kg. There is constrains. there are disturbances of cognitive functions. Herpetic encephalitis C. * AIDS B. addresses. Objective: brisk reflexes. He lost 12 kg. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. untidiness. syphilis E. Put the clinical diagnosis. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. * HIV B. Cognitive functions are damaged. There is intermittent fever. Tuberculosis D. Cognitive functions are damaged. He lost 12 kg in weight. decreased memory on names. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. indifference to the people around him and his state. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. 37 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. Addresses. He noticed intermittent fever. tuberculosis D. lympholeucosis 417. Put the clinical diagnosis. decreased memory on names. A.. indifference. abdominal reflexes are absent. untidiness. * Multiple sclerosis B. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. 37 years old patient during 3 months noticed developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness.414. left leg weakness. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. While examination there is generalized lymphadenopathy. A. lympholeucosis 415. A. Arachnoencephalitis . She is instable in Romberg posture. Put the clinical diagnosis. sleepiness.

CT C. She is instable in Romberg posture. left leg weakness. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. Azatioprin B. tongue. Encephalomyelitis E. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. left leg weakness. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. Objective: brisk reflexes. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Arachnoencephalitis B. eyelids and fingers tremor. She is instable in Romberg posture. Laboratory test showed positive . abdominal reflexes are absent. Betametason D. 41 years old patient complains on unproductive thoughts. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Proserin 420. * Prednison C. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. She suffers from this disease during 7 years. Argil – Robertson syndrome. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Electromyography D. of biological needs. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A. left leg weakness. coordination disorders. There is intention at coordinating tests performing. Math tasks he makes with rough mistakes. The patient usually notices exacerbation of the disease each autumn. 41 – years old woman noticed increased hesitating at walking. pathological reflexes on lower extremities... Betaferon E. Emotions are flat. * Encephalomyelitis E. Brain tumor 418. Electroencephalography E. Objective: brisk reflexes. Multiple sclerosis C. Objective: brisk reflexes. abdominal reflexes are absent. Brain tumor D. abdominal reflexes are absent. At neurological examination there is anizokoria. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. LP 419.D. absence of elementary knowledges. Cerebral circulation disturbances 421. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. She is instable in Romberg posture. What is what diagnostic method is the most informative ? A. * MRI B.

Addresses. developing of muscle and motor reaction slowness. Which type of dementia is in this patient? A. Argil – Robertson syndrome. sleepiness. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. vascular (aterosclerosis) C. There is constrains. paralitic curve. untidiness. Tuberculosis B.Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. reaction of Lange. dissociative (pseudodementia) 422. paralitic curve. 42 years old patient. herpetic encephalitis C. tongue and eye lids. dissociative (pseudodementia) 424. Put the clinical diagnosis. lympholeucosis 423. Thoughts are not productive. syphilis E. Vascular C. Emotions are flat. Interests are limited by satisfaction of biological needs. Math tasks he makes with rough mistakes. interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. Objective: anizokoria. indifference. Cognitive functions are damaged. 41 years old patient noticed loss of waight. * syphilitic B. Emotions are flat. RIF and RIBT. traumatic . * AIDS D. 42 years old patient complains on unproductive thoughts. A. coordination disorders. decreased memory on names. “paralytic curve”. reaction of Lange. tongue. arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. who had head trauma last summer came to the clinic with memory problems. Laboratory test showed positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. Vascular (AS) D. fingers tremor. eyelids and fingers tremor. Cerebral – atrophic (Pick and Alzheimer disease) D. traumatic B. * syphilitic C. Argil – Robertson symptom. * syphilitic E. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF. While neurological examination there is anizokoria. reaction of Lange. traumatic B. Which type of dementia is in this patient? A. There is intermittent fever. absence of elementary knowledges. coordination disorders. elementary knowledge is absent. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. Cerebral – atrophic (Pick and Alzheimer disease) E.

D. cerebral – atrophic (Pick disease, Alzhaimer disease) E. Dissociative (pseudo dimension) 425. 42 years old patient. Thoughts are not productive, elementary knowledge is absent, arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. Emotions are flat, interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. While neurological examination there is anizokoria, Argil – Robertson symptom, coordination disorders, tongue and eye lids, fingers tremor. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF, RIF and RIBT, “paralytic curve”, reaction of Lange. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. * Encephalomyelitis B. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. Arachnoencephalitis D. Multiple sclerosis E. Brain tumor 426. 47 years old patient complains on unproductive thoughts, absence of elementary knowledges. Math tasks he makes with rough mistakes. Emotions are flat. Interests are limited by satisfaction of biological needs. At neurological examination there is anizokoria, Argil – Robertson syndrome, coordination disorders, tongue, eyelids and fingers tremor. Laboratory test showed positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF, paralitic curve, reaction of Lange. Which type of dementia is in this patient? A. traumatic B. Vascular (AS) C. * syphilitic D. Cerebral – atrophic (Pick and Alzheimer disease) E. dissociative (pseudodementia) 427. 47 years old patient. Thoughts are not productive, elementary knowledge is absent, arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. Emotions are flat, interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. While neurological examination there is anizokoria, Argil – Robertson symptom, coordination disorders, tongue and eye lids, fingers tremor. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF, RIF and RIBT, “paralytic curve”, reaction of Lange. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. traumatic B. vascular (aterosclerosis) C. * syphilitic D. cerebral – atrophic (Pick disease, Alzhaimer disease) E. Dissociative (pseudo dimension) 428. 49 years old patient. Thoughts are not productive, elementary knowledge is absent, arithmetical tasks (from 1 to 10) perform with rough mistakes. Emotions are flat, interests are limited with satisfying biological needs. While neurological examination there is

anizokoria, Argil – Robertson symptom, coordination disorders, tongue and eye lids, fingers tremor. Laboratory diagnostics has shown positive Wasserman reaction in blood and CSF, RIF and RIBT, “paralytic curve”, reaction of Lange. What type of dimension is in this patient? A. Multiple sclerosis B. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. Arachnoencephalitis D. Encephalomyelitis E. * Brain tumor 429. 5 month after child birth woman noticed legs numbness and decreased vision on right eye. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. Polyneuropathy B. Meningitis C. Ischemic stroke D. Encephalitis E. * Multiple sclerosis 430. 6 month after child birth woman noticed decreased vision on right eye and legs numbness. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. Ischemic stroke B. Meningitis C. * Multiple sclerosis D. Encephalitis E. Polyneuropathy 431. 8 month after child birth woman noticed decreased vision on right eye and legs numbness. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. Ischemic stroke B. * Multiple sclerosis C. Meningitis D. Encephalitis E. Polyneuropathy 432. 9 month after child birth woman noticed legs numbness and decreased vision on right eye. This complains are typical for the beginning of: A. Polyneuropathy B. * Multiple sclerosis C. Ischemic stroke

D. Encephalitis E. Meningitis 433. A 18-years old patient after stress situation felt headache, weakness in legs. It is known, that he suffers from arterial hypotension. Objectivly: leftside static ataxia, light lower paraparesis, decreasing of abdominal reflexes. What is the most possible diagnosis? A. Parasympathetic nervous system disorders, bulbar level B. Essential hypotension C. * Multiple sclerosis, subacute brain stem-cerebellar form D. Cerebral vasculopathy E. Essential hypotension with mononeuropathy of left facial nerve 434. A 18-years old patient after stress situation felt headache, weakness in legs. It is known, that he suffers from arterial hypotension. Objectivly: leftside static ataxia, light lower paraparesis, decreasing of abdominal reflexes. What is what diagnostic method is the most informative ? A. Electroencephalography B. CT C. Electromyography D. * MRI E. LP 435. A 18-years old patient after stress situation felt headache, weakness in legs. It is known, that he suffers from arterial hypotension. Objectivly: leftside static ataxia, light lower paraparesis, decreasing of abdominal reflexes. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A. Betametason B. Betaferon C. Azatioprin D. * Prednison E. Proserinum 436. A 22 – years old patient suffered from fever with chilling during two days. On the third day she found severe pain below the nipple level, legs weakness, numbness in the lower part of the body and retention of urine. There are no active movements in legs, total anesthesia from Th6 level downwards according to the conductive type, bed sore in lumbar region. The meningeal symptoms are absent. Blood analysis: SR – 32 mm per hour, Le – 16* 10^9 per l. What is your previous diagnosis? A. * Acute myelitis B. Spinal ischemic stroke C. Spinal tumor

D. Spinal form of MS E. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis 437. A 22 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. Neurological status: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes, deep reflexes are increased, vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec, pathological reflexes on lower extremities. She is instable in Romberg posture. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Put previous diagnosis: A. * Multiple sclerosis B. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. Arachnoencephalitis D. Encephalomyelitis E. Brain tumor 438. A 22 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. Neurological status: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes, deep reflexes are increased, vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec, pathological reflexes on lower extremities. She is instable in Romberg posture. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. What CSF changes could be in this case? A. * Increasing IgG B. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis C. Decreasing IgA D. Decreasing of sugar level E. Increasing of sugar level 439. A 24 – years old patient suffered from fever with chilling during two days. On the fourth day she found severe pain below the nipple level, legs weakness, numbness in the lower part of the body and retention of urine. There are no active movements in legs, total anesthesia from Th8 level downwards according to the conductive type, bed sore in lumbar region. The meningeal symptoms are absent. Blood analysis: SR – 42 mm per hour, Le – 19* 10^9 per l. What is your previous diagnosis? A. Spinal tumor B. Spinal ischemic stroke C. * Acute myelitis D. Spinal form of MS E. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis 440. A 24 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes, deep reflexes are increased, vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 2 sec, pathological reflexes on lower extremities. She is instable in Romberg posture. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Put previous diagnosis: A. Encephalomyelitis

* Multiple sclerosis E. A 29 years old patient complains for vision disturbances. What CSF changes could be in this case? A. positive Romberg test. Increasing of sugar level 444. vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis C. Arachnoencephalitis D. What CSF changes could be in this case? A. Objectively: horizontal nystagmus. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. A 26 years old patient complains for vision disturbances. Retrobulbar neuritis . Retrobulbar neuritis C. deep reflexes are increased. Decreasing of sugar level E. Neurological status: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. deep reflexes are increased. Peroneal neuropathy B. Decreasing IgA D. on eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. In a year appeared weakness in the right leg. Poliomyelitis E. * Increasing IgG C. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Put previous diagnosis: A. In a year appeared weakness in the right leg. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. A 24 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. on eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. Neutrophilyl pleocytosis B. Decreasing IgA D. * Multiple sclerosis B. On eye ground – temporal paleness of optic nerves discs. vibration sense is decreased on the legs to 3 sec. Peroneal neuropathy D. Objectively: horizontal nistagmus. * Increasing IgG B. Decreasing of sugar level E. Myelitis 443. Put previous diagnosis: A. pathological reflexes on lower extremities. Increasing of sugar level 442. A 28 years old woman complains for decreasing of vision on the right eye. Brain tumor 441.B.

untidiness. then left arm. los of waight. The meningeal symptoms are absent. Spinal form of MS E. Put previous diagnosis: A. problems with swallowing. syphilis . What is your previous diagnosis? A. * Multiple sclerosis D. bed sore in lumbar region. Cognitive function is damaged. * Acute myelitis B. lower part of the body numbness and retention of urine. There is sleepiness. * Encephalomyelitis 447. In next 2 years he noticed slimming and weakness of right. * AIDS D. Poliomyelitis E. decreased memory on names. A 41 years old patient during 4 months noticed developing of slowness. Le – 10* 10^9 per l. There is intermittent fever. A 32 – years old patient suffered from fever with chilling during two days. Put the clinical diagnosis. indifference. There are no active movements in legs. then left arm. At examination generalized lymphadenopathy was found. Put previous diagnosis: A. On the third day she found severe pain below the nipple level. tuberculosis B. problems with swallowing. Multiple sclerosis B. Myelitis 445. Myelitis C. Blood analysis: SR – 28 mm per hour.C. Spinal ischemic stroke C. Spinal tumor D. total anesthesia from Th6 level downwards according to the conductive type. A 34 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 448. A. herpetic encephalitis C. Brain tumor D. Cerebral circulation disturbances C. legs weakness. Poliomyelitis D. A 39 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. Arachnoencephalitis B. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis 446. constrains. * ALS E. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right.

Cerebral B. then left arm. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. Horner syndrome. lympholeucosis 449. A 42 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. 3 D. Myelitis E. then left arm. Multiple sclerosis B. Put previous diagnosis: A. problems with swallowing. Poliomyelitis D. A 44 years old men complains for loss of waight. Myelitis E. * ALS C. then left arm. What is the clinical form of ALS? A. then left arm. peripheral paresis of upper extremities and cenral one in lower. Multiple sclerosis B. What is the stage of ALS? A. * 2 C. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 450. problems with swallowing. Thoracic E. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. Lumbar-sacral 452.E. Put previous diagnosis: A. * ALS D. weakness in arms and legs. Cervical D. 4 E. Put previous diagnosis: . 1 B. A 42 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. A 42 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 453. problems with swallowing. Objectively: acrocianosis. A 44 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. problems with swallowing. ulcers. Later he noticed slimming and weakness of right. Poliomyelitis C. * Bulbar C. 6 451.

What is what diagnostic method is the most informative ? A. What disease can be suspected? A. A young woman has 11 months old child. problems with swallowing.. ALS E. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye.. Poliomyelitis D. Multiple sclerosis B. CT C. Brain tumor B. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. * Multiple sclerosis 457. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. “Triple-hemi” syndrome in damage of internal capsule D. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 6 sec. Horner syndrome B. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. A 48 – years old patient noticed jerking movements of upper extremities. * ALS C. then left arm. * Syringomyelia C. Brudzinski triad of meningitis C.A. Put previous diagnosis: A. deep reflexes are increased. lethargic encephalitis D. In a year he noticed slimming and weakness of right. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 455. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis E. Sharcot’s triad in MS 456. Electromyography D. LP B. Myelitis E. Multiple sclerosis B. Discirculative encephalomyelopathy 454. Electroencephalography . Brain stem encephalitis C. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 6 sec. Poliomyelitis D. A Getchinson’s triad A. deep reflexes are increased. A young woman has 11 months old child.

* Multiple sclerosis B. Brain stem encephalitis C. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. Brain tumor C. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. * Prednison D. Deep reflexes are increased. A young woman has 11 months old child. Betametasoni C. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis E. A young woman has 4 months old child. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 3 sec. absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. * Brain tumor B. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. Deep reflexes are increased. Objective: absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. Azatioprin B. * Multiple sclerosis C. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. * MRI 458. A young woman has 9 months old child. A young woman has 6 months old child. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis . What disease can be suspected? A. Betaferon E. Deep reflexes are increased. Now she has severely decreased visual acuity on the right eye. absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. lethargic encephalitis D. Ophthalmologist diagnosed retrobulbar neuritis of right optic nerve. She just noticed decreasing of vision on the right eye. Now she has severely decreased visual acuity on the right eye. What disease can be suspected? A. Which medicine you’ll use in this case? A. absence of abdominal and solar reflexes. lethargic encephalitis D.E. lethargic encephalitis D. deep reflexes are increased. Proserin 459. Optic – chiasmal arachnoiditis E.. What disease can be suspected? A. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 6 sec. Brain tumor B. Vibration sense is decreased on the leg to 3 sec. Multiple sclerosis 460. Now she has severely decreased visual acuity on the right eye. Brain stem encephalitis 461.

3 D. positive pathological reflexes. * Multiple sclerosis. Objective: nystagmus. Essential hypotension B. general weakness. Essential hypotension with mononeuropathy of left facial nerve C. Cerebral vasculopathy D. Objective: nystagmus. vomiting. fever. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. subacute brain stem-cerebellar form B. positive pathological reflexes. Vitamin B B. Essential hypotension 464. 4 E.E. general weakness. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. Multiple sclerosis. fever. general weakness. Brain stem encephalitis 462. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. bulbar level A. psychomotor excitement. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. Essential hypotension with mononeuropathy of left facial nerve C. bulbar level A. Objective: nystagmus. D Parasympathetic nervous system disorders. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. Proserinum 466. D Parasympathetic nervous system disorders. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. vomiting. vomiting. * 2 C. Betaferon C. Azatioprin . Put previous diagnosis: A. psychomotor excitement. * Corticosteroids E. Vitamin B B. Cerebral vasculopathy D. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. fever. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. Azatioprin D. Betaferon C. subacute brain stem-cerebellar form 463. 5 465. positive pathological reflexes. psychomotor excitement. 1 B.

* 10-15 mg per kg i/v B. vomiting. MS D. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. fever. Vascular E. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. Objective: nystagmus. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. vomiting. vomiting. positive pathological reflexes. 15-25 mg per kg i/v C. Azatioprin D. 50-60 mg per kg i/v 469. Objective: nystagmus. Objective: nystagmus. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. Autoimmune process 470. * AMEM B. general weakness. general weakness. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. 5-10 mg per kg i/v E. Proserinum 467. Trauma D. psychomotor excitement. * Virus C. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. fever. fever. Objective: nystagmus. * Methylprednisolone E. fever. vomiting. Bacterial B. general weakness. psychomotor excitement. Betaferon C. Proserinum 468. What is perhaps etiology of AMEM? A. lower paraplegia is conductive to sensory disorders. psychomotor excitement. 25-30 mg per kg i/v D. positive pathological reflexes. What dose of methylprednisolone has to be used? A. Syringomyelia . positive pathological reflexes. general weakness. Put previous diagnosis: A. positive pathological reflexes. * Prednisolone E.D. Previous diagnosis is AMEM. In a 27-years old patient acute appeared headache. ALS C. In a 19-years old patient acute appeared headache. psychomotor excitement. Vitamin B B.

“Triple-hemi” syndrome in damage of internal capsule E. double vision at looking to the left. Getchinson’s triad 472. Patient X. Brudzinski triad of meningitis D. Brudzinski triad of meningitis D. In a 32 years old men appeared nystagmus. intention tremor. Proserinum 475.. What medications and in what doses should be prescribed in this case? A. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Vasoactive medications in large doses 474. * Pulse – therapy with Corticoids B. “Triple-hemi” syndrome in damage of internal capsule E. This is a classic triad for: A. Betaferon C. Azatioprin D. Patient X. scanning speech. Patient with MS after 2 years incomplete remission complains on increasing weakness in legs. Betapheron – 8 million IU every other day D. * Sharcot’s triad in MS B. Betametason B. Horner syndrome C. This is a classic triad called: A. The doctor appreciated it as exacerbation of the disease.E. scanning speech. Betametason B. Corticoids in small doses C. Getchinson’s triad 473. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Copaxon – 20 mg per day E. * Sharcot’s triad in MS B. In a 32 years old men appeared nystagmus.. Horner syndrome C. intention tremor. Betaferon . * Prednison E. What medicine should be used in this case? A. Myelopathy on lumbar level 471. What medicine should be used in this case? A.

Patient X. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A.. Proserinum 478. Azatioprin D. Proserinum 476. Betametason B. Betaferon C. Betaferon C. Betametason B. Patient X. Proserinum 480. * Metypred E.. Patient X. Betaferon C.. Patient X. What medicine should be used in in this case? A. * Solu-medrolum E.. Proserinum 477. Azatioprin D. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Betametason B. Proserinum 479. Azatioprin D. Azatioprin D. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. Betametason B.C. * Methylprednison E. Azatioprin D. * Dexamethason E. Patient X. Which medicine need to be used in this case? A. Betaferon C. * Dexametason E. Methylprednison .. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS. 42 years old after fkue has the exacerbation of MS.

* Baclofen E. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) 482. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) C. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. 3 . Rebif 481. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. On picture 25 fibrous ring is marked by number: A. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) «Test question for figures» 1. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) E. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) E. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) 483.B. What cytosis and which quantity can be diagnosed in CSF? A. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. Neutrophil (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) D. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) 484. Clonasepam D. *1 B. * Lymphocytic (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) E. ?-adrenoblockers C. Mononuclear (100 – 300 in 1 mcl) E. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. Lymphocytic (1000 – 2000 in 1 mcl) C. Neutrophil (100 – 500 in 1 mcl) B. 2 C.

Brain infarction E. *3 D. 7. 5 On picture 25 hyaline plate is marked by number: A. 1 B. *4 E. 2. Arachnoid cyst C. Tumor B. Peripheral paresis of arms and central of legs C. 5 B. What pathology is marked by arrow? A. *5 On picture 26 the structure of spinal cord that is involved in pathological process at ALS is marked by numbers: A. 3. 4 E. 2 C. *2. *3 D. 5 On picture 26 the structure of spinal cord that is involved in pathological process at atactic stage of tabes dorsalis is marked by number: A. 1 B. 2 C. 1. 1 B. 5 On picture 25 posterior longitudinal ligament is marked by number: A. 5 E. 5 The patient was diagnosed tumor of thoracic part of spinal cord (on picture 27). Peripheral tetraparesis B. 5. *Osteochondrosis C. 4 E. 4 D. Myelitis . *Central paresis of legs E. D. All detected changes are the sign of A. 3 D. Central tetraparesis D.2. Hemorrhage D. 9. Peripheral paresis of legs The patient with lower back pain was made MRI (on picture 28). 4 E. *Disc herniation The patient with lower back pain was made MRI (on picture 28). What motor disorders will be typical for this level of lesion? A. 1 B. 4. 4 E. 3 C. Tumor B. 3. 8. 5 On picture 26 the structure of spinal cord that is involved in pathological process at poliomyelitis is marked by number: A. 4. 6. 3 D. 2 C. 2 C.

The patient has involuntary movements that provoke enforced head position (on picture 31). Myoclonus B. Cremaster E. ErbaRota B. *Torsion dystonia 16. At leaving foramen stylomastoideus 15. Myasthenia B. Spondilosis 10. Myoplegia . Before leaving of nervus Stapedius E. Where is the lesion of facial nerve? A. Tibular D. After leaving of nervus Petrosus major C. WerdingHoffman E. *Peroneal C. Chorea D. For what disease is typical such clinical picture? A. After leaving of nervus Petrosus major C. The patient has paresis of foot extensors (on picture 29). Where is the lesion of facial nerve? A. Hemispasm E. SharkoMary D. *Before leaving of Chorda tympany D. Schiatic E. *Dushen C. lacrimation from the left eye. Before leaving of Chorda tympany D. At leaving foramen stylomastoideus 14. *At leaving foramen stylomastoideus 13. The patient has paresis of foot extensors (on picture 29). Before leaving of Chorda tympany D. Achille C. What nerve is damaged? A. Before leaving of nervus Petrosus major B. Knee D. Femoral B. Where is the lesion of facial nerve? A. Before leaving of nervus Stapedius E.D. After leaving of Chorda tympany E. The patient has prosoparesis and lacrimation from the left eye (on picture 30). The patient with ducklike gait has hypertrophy of calves’ muscles (on picture 32). External cutaneus 11. Myotonia C. After leaving of nervus Petrosus major C. LanduziDegerina 17. lost taste sensation and dryness in the mouth (on picture 30). The patient has prosoparesis. What type of hyperkinesis is that? A. *Before leaving of nervus Petrosus major B. The patient with ducklike gait has hypertrophy of calves’ muscles (on picture 32). Before leaving of nervus Petrosus major B. Spondilitis E. Anal 12. Athetosis C. *Plantar B. What reflex will suffer? A. The patient has prosoparesis and dryness of left eye (on picture 30). For what disease is typical such clinical picture? A.

Matskevych B. pelvic muscles and muscles of proximal parts of extremities (on picture 33). What reflex will be changed? A. LanduziDegerina D. What motor disorders can be observed in this patient? A. Myotonia C. Anal C. Knee 25. Myasthenia B. SharkoMary E. Dushen C. The disease started at the age of 19 and progresseWhat disease is that? A. The patient has lesion of L5 root (on picture 39). *Plantar D. SharkoMary E. Secondary myodystrophy 19. WerdingHoffman 21. Neri E. Dushen C. Neri E. *Primary myodystrophy E. Myoplegia D. *Matskevych B. *ErbaRota B. Secondary myodystrophy 18. Soobraze C. The patient has lesion of S1 root (on picture 39). *Lasseg 23. Achille E. pelvic muscles and muscles of proximal parts of extremities (on picture 33). WerdingHoffman 20. Wasserman D. Paresis of foot flexors E. Paresis of calf extensors C. The disease started at the age of 17 and progresseWhat pathology has such clinical picture? A. Paresis of calf flexors 24. Lasseg 22. Soobraze C. The disease started at the age of 17 and progresseWhat disease is that? A. The patient has atrophy of shoulders. Paresis of thigh extensors . *Primary myodystrophy E. What symptom is being examined at picture 37? A. *Paresis of foot extensors D. What symptom is being examined at picture 36? A. What motor disorders can be observed in this patient? A. Cremaster B. *ErbaRota B. Wasserman D. The patient has lesion of L5 root (on picture 39). Paresis of thigh extensors B. LanduziDegerina D. The patient has atrophy of shoulders.D. The patient has atrophy of shoulders and muscles of proximal parts of armIt is associated with pseudohypertrophy of trapezius muscle (on picture 34).

Conductive C. Paresis of foot flexors E. Paresis E. Peripheral B. Eye movements disorders C. Paresis of calf extensors C. Intellectual development delay D. Cremaster B. *Hydrocephalus 29. Paresis of calf flexors 28. Hydrocephalus C. Paresis of thigh extensors B. No changes D. The patient has lesion of L5 root (on picture 40). Paresis of calf extensors C. *Achille E. Paresis of calf flexors 26. *Paresis of foot flexors E. The child after meningitis suffers from the complication that is being described on picture What complication is that? A. External hydrocephalus 30. What disorders will appear as a result of this pathology? A.B. What type of sensory disorders will be typical for this focus? A. Tabes dorsalis E. Physical development delay B. Lost deep sensation E. *Syryngomyelia C. In patient with sensory disorders cavity in spinal cord was found (picture 43). Segmentalradicular D. Paresis of foot extensors D. Brain cortex atrophy E. What pathology is associated with such clinical picture? A. Knee 27. Patient’s syryngomyelitic cavity destroyed posterior horn of spinal cord (picture 43). What reflex will be changed? A. The child after meningitis suffers from the complication that is being described on picture What complication is that? A. *Lost superficial sensation 31. What motor disorders can be observed in this patient? A. Peripheral paresis C. *Segmentaldissociated 32. Trophic B. Arachnoiditis D. Funicular myelosis 33. The patient has lesion of S1 root (on picture 40). Central paresis D. *Paresis of foot extensors D. Segmental E. Multiple sclerosis D. *Internal hydrocephalus B. Myelitis B. Patient’s syryngomyelitic cavity destroyed posterior horn of spinal cord (picture 43). Anal C. The patient was diagnosed primary myodystrophWhat number marks focus of lesion at this pathological process on picture 46? .

The patient has lesion of ulnar nerve on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 45). *paresis of 4th5th fingers flexors B. «Sharpclawed paw» E. 2 C. On BrounSequar syndrome schema zone number 1 represents (on picture 21) A. 36 years old patient was diagnosed myastheniWhat number marks focus of lesion at this pathological process on picture 46? A. What . «Sharpclawed paw» E. Neri E. Deep sensation disorder D. 5 34. What symptom is typical for this pathology? A. What disorders will be not observed in this patient? A. The patient has lesion of ulnar nerve on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 45). Hypothenar atrophy B. 1 B. paresis of 4th5th fingers flexors D. *2 C. Autonomic disturbances E. Hypothenar atrophy B. 5 36. 5 35. *Superficial sensation disorder C. What disorders will be not observed in this patient? A. paresis of fingers extensors E. Absence of great finger abduction C. 2 C. Wasserman D. Coordination disorders 38. Lasseg C. *3 D. 1 B. 4 E. The patient has lesion of ulnar nerve on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 45).A. paresis of hand extensors D. Thenar atrophy C. The patient was diagnosed “syndrome of musculus piriformis” (on picture 24). 3 D. 3 D. Vegetalgia 39. The patient was diagnosed beginning of demyelinating diseasWhat number marks focus of lesion at this pathological process on picture 46? A. Central paresis B. Matskevych B. 1 B. The patient has lesion of ulnar nerve on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 45). *Wasten’s pillow 37. paresis of 4th5th fingers flexors D. 4 E. What disorders will be observed due to this lesion? A. *Paresis of 1st 3rd fingers extensors 41. *Paresis of fingers extensors 40. *4 E. Absence of great finger abduction C.

disorders will be observed due to this lesion? A. Vegetalgia B. Thenar atrophy C. paresis of hand extensors D. paresis of fingers extensors E. *Hypothenar atrophy 42. The patient has lesion of ulnar nerve on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 45). What disorders will be observed due to this lesion? A. Vegetalgia B. Thenar atrophy C. paresis of hand extensors D. paresis of fingers extensors E. *«Sharpclawed paw» 43. The patient has lesion of ulnar nerve on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 45). What disorders will be observed due to this lesion? A. Vegetalgia B. Thenar atrophy C. paresis of hand extensors D. paresis of fingers extensors E. *Absent first finger abduction 44. The patient has lesion of nervus medianus on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 44). What disorders will be observed due to this lesion? A. Hypothenar atrophy B. “Hanging hand” C. paresis of 4th5th fingers flexors D. paresis of hand extensors E. *Vegetalgia 45. The patient has lesion of nervus medianus on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 44). What disorders will be observed due to this lesion? A. Hypothenar atrophy B. “Hanging hand” C. paresis of 4th5th fingers flexors D. paresis of hand extensors E. *Paresis of 1st3rd fingers flexors 46. The patient has lesion of nervus medianus on the level marked by number 1 (on picture 44). What disorders will be observed due to this lesion? A. Hypothenar atrophy B. *Atrophy of thenar C. paresis of 4th5th fingers flexors D. paresis of hand extensors E. “Hanging hand” 47. The patient suffers from pain and sensory disorders in zone V1 (on picture 38). What nerve is damaged? A. n.facialis B. *n.ophtalmicus C. n.opticus D. n.maxillaris E. n.Mandibularis 48. The patient suffers from pain and sensory disorders in zone V2 (on picture 38). What nerve is damaged? A. n.facialis B. n.ophtalmicus C. n.opticus D. *n.maxillaries

E. n.mandibularis 49. The patient suffers from pain and sensory disorders in zone V3 (on picture 38). What nerve is damaged? A. n.facialis B. n.ophtalmicus C. n.opticus D. n.maxillaris E. *n.mandibularis 50. 19 years old patient complains on dizziness, wandering gait, paroxysmal weakness in legThe disease started 1 year agWhile examination the doctor revealed staticlocomotor cerebellar ataxia, light lower paraparesiMRI is on the picture What disease did the doctor diagnose? A. Encephalopathy B. Encephalitis C. Tumor D. *Multiple sclerosis E. Stroke 51. What symptom is being checked on picture1? A. Laseg B. Lessage C. *Brudzinski D. Kernig E. Matskevych 52. What symptom is being checked on picture 2? A. Laseg B. Lessage C. Brudzinski D. *Kernig E. Matskevych 53. The symptom, that is being checked on picture 1, belongs to A. Stretch phenomena B. CSFphenomena C. *Meningeal signs D. Focal signs E. Cerebellar signs 54. The symptom, that is being checked on picture 2, belongs to A. Stretch phenomena B. CSFphenomena C. *Meningeal signs D. Focal signs E. Cerebellar signs 55. What pathology is represented on picture 3? A. Brain tumor B. Brain infarction C. Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. *Brain abscess 56. What pathology is represented on picture 4? A. Brain tumor B. Brain infarction C. *Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. Brain abscess 57. What type of hemorrhagic stroke is represented on picture 4? A. Mixed

B. Ventricular C. Subarachnoid D. *Parenchimatose E. Epidural 58. What pathology is represented on picture 5? A. Brain tumor B. Brain infarction C. *Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. Brain abscess 59. What type of hemorrhagic stroke is represented on picture 5? A. *Mixed B. Ventricular C. Subarachnoid D. Parenchimatose E. Epidural 60. What type of motor disorders is observed at hemorrhagic stroke on picture 6? A. Paralysis B. Paresis C. Hypokinesia D. *Ataxia E. Hyperkinesia 61. What type of motor disorders is observed at hemorrhagic stroke on picture 6? A. Sensitive ataxia B. Cortical ataxia C. *Cerebellar ataxia D. Vestibular ataxia E. Mixed ataxia 62. What type of motor disorders is observed at hemorrhagic stroke on picture 4? A. *Paralysis B. Cortical ataxia C. Hypokinesia D. Cerebellar ataxia E. Hyperkinesia 63. What type of investigation is described on picture 7? A. Craniogram B. *Angiogram C. Ventriculogram D. MRI E. CTscan 64. What pathology is represented on picture 8? A. Brain tumor B. Brain infarction C. *Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. Brain abscess 65. What type of hemorrhagic stroke is represented on picture 8? A. *Mixed B. Ventricular C. Subarachnoid D. Parenchimatose E. Epidural 66. Under what number is zone of penumbra marked on picture 9? A. 3

B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 E. *7 67. Under what number is zone of infaction marked on picture 9? A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. *6 E. 7 68. Which artery bassin is represented on picture 10? A. Anterior cerebral B. *Middle cerebral C. Posterior cerebral D. Vertebral E. Bassilar 69. What pathology is represented on picture 11? A. Brain tumor B. *Brain infarction C. Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. Brain abscess 70. What pathology is represented on picture 12? A. Brain tumor B. *Brain infarction C. Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. Brain abscess 71. What pathology is represented on picture 13? A. Brain tumor B. *Brain infarction C. Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. Brain abscess 72. What type of brain infarction is represented on picture 12? A. Hemodynamic B. Cardioembolic C. *Lacunar D. Hemorheologic E. Atherothrombotic 73. Which artery bassin is being affected at stroke described on picture 13? A. Anterior cerebral B. *Middle cerebral C. Posterior cerebral D. Vertebral E. Bassilar 74. What pathology is characterized be lesion of lateral foniculi of spinal cord (on picture 14)? A. Brain infarction B. Syringomyelia C. *Lateral amyotrophic sclerosis D. Myelitis E. Spinal tumor 75. What pathology is characterized be the clinical picture that is described on picture 15? A. Brain infarction

*Tumors of lung C. Brain abscess 82. Cardioembolic C. Encephalitis . Tumors of kidneys E. Brain infarction C. Cerebellar E. Hemodynamic B. Spinal C. Pons D. Hemorrhagic stroke C. Brain stem tumor 76. Cerebellum C. *Brain stem 79. Brain infarction C. Hemorrhage D. Encephalitis E. Capsular D. *Brain tumor B. Cerebral B. Hemorheologic E. Brain infarction C. Brain stem 80. Oblong brain B. The patient with multiple sclerosis has focuses of demyelination only in zone that is described on picture What clinical form of the disease is that? A. Atherothrombotic 78. *Spinal C. *Brain tumor B. Tumors of liver B. Capsular D. What pathology is represented on picture 17? A. Cerebellar E. *Midbrain E. Tumors of pancreas D. What type of brain infarction is represented on picture 11? A. What pathology is represented on picture 18? A. On picture 18 brain metastasis is describeWhich tumors usually give metastasis to the brain? A. Hemorrhage D. Cerebral B. *Brain tumor B. Hemorrhage D. The patient with multiple sclerosis has focuses of demyelination only in zone that is described on picture What clinical form of the disease is that? A. Brain abscess 81. Lateral amyotrophic sclerosis D. *Multiple sclerosis E. Tumors of uterus 83. What pathology is represented on picture 19? A.B. Encephalitis E. *Lacunar D. The patient with multiple sclerosis has focuses of demyelinatioWhat part of brain is involved in pathological focus on picture 15? A. Brain stem 77.

On scheme of BrounSequar syndrome (picture 21) zone number 2 represents A. autonomic disorders E. On scheme of BrounSequar syndrome (picture 21) zone number 3 represents A. Ulnaris B.E. Hemorrhage D. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What other disorders will be observed in this patient? A. superficial sensation disorders C. Vestibular ataxia E. *Paresis of 1st 3rd fingers’ flexors E. Peripheral paresis. What type of motor disorders is observed at tumor. Awellis B. What type of motor disorders is observed at tumor. described on picture 19? A. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What nerve is damaged? A. *Central paresis. Jackson E. Brain abscess 84. *Ataxia E. Cortical ataxia C. *Brain tumor 87. Paresis of 4th5th fingers’ flexors D. Paresis C. described on picture 19? A. What pathology is represented on picture 20? A. Coordination disorders 89. Radialis D. Hyperkinesia 85. Mixed ataxia 86. Difficulties at 3rd 5th fingers abduction 92. Deep sensation disorders D. *Cerebellar ataxia D. Paralysis B. deep sensation disorders 90. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What motor disorders will be observed in this patient? A. Fovihl D. Axillaris 91. Central paresis. deep sensation disorders D. Peripheral paresis. Brain infarction C. Brain abscess B. Sensitive ataxia B. *BrounSequar 88. Paresis of hand’s flexors B. Hypothenar atrophy . Schmidt C. Encephalitis E. Central paresis B. Musculocutaneus C. Autonomic disorders E. Hypokinesia D. What syndrome’s schema is represented on picture 21? A. Paresis of hand’s extensors C. *Superficial sensation disorders C. superficial sensation disorders B. Central paresis. *Medianus E.

“Hanging hand” C. *Paresis of fingers extensors 98. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What disorders will be not observed in this patient? A. Absence of great finger abduction C. «Sharpclawed paw» E. What group of syndromes does it belong? A. The patient was diagnosed “syndrome of piriformis muscle” (on picture 24). *Paresis of hand’s extensors 99. Absence of great finger opposition C. Paresis of 4th – 5th fingers flexors D. Paresis of hand’s extensors E. Paresis of 4th – 5th fingers flexors D. Hypothenar atrophy B. “Hanging hand” C. Paresis of 4th 5th fingers flexors 93. *Vegetalgia 94. Thenar atrophy E. Compressiveradicular B. *Vegetalgia 96. *Muscletonic D. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What disorders will be not observed in this patient? A. Paresis of 4th 5th fingers flexors D. Autonomicvascular 100. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What disorders will be not observed in this patient? A. *Paresis of 1st – 3rd fingers flexors 97. Absence of great finger abduction C. Hypothenar atrophy B. Hypothenar atrophy B. «Sharpclawed paw» E. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What disorders will be not observed in this patient? A.Which of the . Neurodystrophic E. Absence of great finger abduction C. Reflex C. Paresis of 4th – 5th fingers flexors D. Absence of great finger abduction C. *Hypothenar atrophy B. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark color on picture What disorders will be not observed in this patient? A. Vegetalgia 95. The patient has sensory disorders in zone that is marked by dark colour on picture What other disorders will be observed in this patient? A. «Sharpclawed paw» E.B. Paresis of hand’s extensors E. *Absence of great finger opposition D. Paresis of 1st – 3rd fingers flexors D. Hypothenar atrophy B. «Sharpclawed paw» E. Paresis of 4th – 5th fingers flexors D. Hypothenar atrophy B. The patient was diagnosed “syndrome of piriformis muscle” (on picture 24).

Neri E. 4 E.following signs is typical for this pathology? A.Which of the following signs is typical for this pathology? A. Lasseg 101. Matskevych B. 1 B. Neri E. 3 D. *BonneBobrovnikova C. On picture 25 pulpose nucleus is marked by number: A. *2 C. Lasseg 102. *Soobraze C. Matskevych B. Wasserman D. The patient was diagnosed “syndrome of piriformis muscle” (on picture 24). Wasserman D. 5 .