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How good at neurology are you? — QUESTIONS

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1. Two patients seen in the same week—what is the syndrome that links them?

Patient 1. A 26 year old previously well English nurse coping with her new role in New Zealand, developed mild right frontal and retro-ocular discomfort, vague forehead paraesthesiae, and also ipsilateral drooping of her eyelid and a small pupil during a morning shift at work. No history of neck injury. Examination showed a partial right Horner’s syndrome, …

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