History Freddie is a 3-year-old boy who presents to the paediatric clinic with a 2-day history of puffy eyes. His GP initially prescribed antihistamines but these have not helped. He is otherwise well. He has asthma, which is treated with budesonide 100 µg
This patient complained of diplopia a) What cranial nerve abnormality is seen in this patient? b) List 3 possible causes for this condition For Answer :
Question What is the most likely diagnosis? Amyloidosis Craniopharyngioma Leukemia Neuroblastoma von Willebrand’s disease .
Question This patient with a history of alcohol abuse developed alopecia with fine, brittle scalp hair, diarrhea, and angular cheilitis. Measurement of which one of the following metals is most likely to be diagnostic? Chromium Copper Manganese Selenium Zinc