Neurology MCQs -2


Most commonly performed intelligence test in adults


A. Woodcock–Johnson Test of Cognitive Abilities

B. Wechsler Intelligence Scales

C. Stanford–Binet Intelligence Scale

D. Reynolds Intellectual Ability Scales



Most common nonorganic voice disorders are


A. Dysarthria

B. Dysphonia

C. Lalling

D. Mutism



Which aphasia is the most common type?


A. Global Aphasia

B. Wernicke’s aphasia

C. Broca’s Aphasia

D. Anomic aphasia



Which is a type of ‘Expressive aphasia’?


A. Conduction aphasia

B. Wernicke’s aphasia

C. Broca’s Aphasia

D. Anomic aphasia



All of the following are ‘Fluent aphasia’ Except ?


A. Conduction aphasia

B. Wernicke’s aphasia

C. Broca’s Aphasia

D. Anomic aphasia



Most common cause of bitemporal hemianopia is a


A. craniopharyngioma

B. pituitary adenoma

C. hydrocephalus

D. glioma of the optic chiasma



Hutchinson’s pupil is due to compression of


A. Optic nerve

B. Oculomotor nerve

C. Abducens nerve

D. Sympathetic fibers



In shorts


Flame shaped haemorrhages – Acute papilloedema
Splinter haemorrhages – Acute papilloedema
Cotton wool spots – Acute papilloedema
‘Champagne cork’ like appearance disc – Chronic papilloedema

Acute papilloedema appears as

  1. Flame shaped haemorrhages
  2. Splinter haemorrhages
  3. Cotton wool spots,

which are an indication of nerve fibre layer infarction


‘Champagne cork’ like appearance

chronic papilloedema may have a ‘champagne cork’ like appearance


Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy – Most common syndrome of optic
nerve ischemia, and the most common optic neuropathy in adults over 50 after glaucoma.


Wilbrand’s knee:

Inferonasal fibres of the optic nerve which go into the contralateral optic nerve 4 mm before crossing over to the opposite optic tract.

A lesion here produces a junctional scotoma in the superior temporal field of the optic nerve opposite the site of injury


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