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Question 1: Dyskinesia: Ataxia (Cerebellar ataxia/________, Sensory ataxia)
DysmetriaIntention tremorTremorRestless legs syndrome

Question 2: It consists of a downward displacement of the cerebellar tonsils and the medulla through the foramen magnum, sometimes causing ________ as a result of obstruction of CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) outflow.
HydrocephalusSyringomyeliaCentral nervous system cystPorencephaly

Question 3: most ________ have cerebellar ataxia as a possible adverse effect), marijuana ingestion [2] and various other recreational drugs (e.g.
DissociativeMood stabilizerDepressantAnticonvulsant

Question 4: Video from the US Department of Agriculture of a ________ with scrapie
Muslim Agricultural RevolutionGoatDomestic sheepFactory farming

Question 5: ________ may cause generalised or localised sensory ataxia (e.g.
PneumoniaICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findingsPeripheral neuropathySymptom

Question 6: In slow-onset, chronic bilateral cases of vestibular dysfunction, these characteristic manifestations may be absent, and ________ may be the sole presentation.
Balance disorderVertigo (medical)TinnitusBenign paroxysmal positional vertigo

Question 7: Dysfunction of the ________ impairs balance and control of eye movements.
CerebellumHuman brainWhite matterRhombencephalon

Question 8: Ataxia (from Greek α- [used as a negative prefix] + -τάξις [order], meaning "lack of order") is a neurological sign and symptom consisting of gross lack of coordination of ________ movements.
TorsoMuscleHead and neck anatomyFascia

Question 9: ketamine, PCP or dextromethorphan, all of which are ________ that produce a dissociative state at high doses).
TramadolNMDA receptor antagonistAmpakineDizocilpine

Question 10: Ataxia is a non-specific clinical manifestation implying dysfunction of parts of the nervous system that coordinate movement, such as the ________.
Human brainRhombencephalonWhite matterCerebellum


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