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1 Dr. Hardeep Singh Malhotra MD, DM, FIACM, MNAMS Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, King George’s Medical University, Lucknow Epilepsy

2 MCQ-1 When do you label a “seizure” as “epilepsy”? – Presence of family history – >1 unprovoked seizure – >1 provoked seizure – >2 provoked seizures

3 MCQ-1 When do you label a “seizure” as “epilepsy”? – Presence of family history – >1 unprovoked seizure – >1 provoked seizure – >2 provoked seizures

4 MCQ-2 All of the following are excitatory neurotransmitters except: – AMPA – NMDA – GABA – Glutamate

5 MCQ-2 All of the following are excitatory neurotransmitters except: – AMPA – NMDA – GABA – Glutamate

6 MCQ-3 Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Generalized Epilepsy & Febrile Seizures plus’ syndrome? – Sodium channel mutations – Calcium channel mutations – Potassium channel mutations – Chloride channel mutations

7 MCQ-3 Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Generalized Epilepsy & Febrile Seizures plus’ syndrome? – Sodium channel mutations – Calcium channel mutations – Potassium channel mutations – Chloride channel mutations

8 MCQ-4 Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy’? – Sodium channel mutations – Calcium channel mutations – Potassium channel mutations – Chloride channel mutations

9 MCQ-4 Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy’? – Sodium channel mutations – Calcium channel mutations – Potassium channel mutations – Chloride channel mutations

10 MCQ-5 Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Temporal lobe epilepsy’? – Sodium channel mutations – Calcium channel mutations – Potassium channel mutations – Chloride channel mutations

11 MCQ-5 Which of the following abnormality is associated with ‘Temporal lobe epilepsy’? – Sodium channel mutations – Calcium channel mutations – Potassium channel mutations – Chloride channel mutations

12 MCQ-6 Pathophysiologically, which is the most important reason for the precipitation of seizure? – Increased Glutamate, increased GABA – Increased AMPA, increased GABA – Increased Glutamate, decreased GABA – Decreased Glutamate, increased GABA

13 MCQ-6 Pathophysiologically, which is the most important reason for the precipitation of seizure? – Increased Glutamate, increased GABA – Increased AMPA, increased GABA – Increased Glutamate, decreased GABA – Decreased Glutamate, increased GABA

14 MCQ-7 Clinically, the most relevant epilepsy classification system is: – ILAE 1985 – ILAE 1989 – ILAE 1991 – ILAE 2006

15 MCQ-7 Clinically, the most relevant epilepsy classification system is: – ILAE 1985 – ILAE 1989 – ILAE 1991 – ILAE 2006

16 MCQ-8 Which of the following is not a localization- related epilepsy? – Benign childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes – Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy – Childhood epilepsy with occipital paroxysms – Primary reading epilepsy

17 MCQ-8 Which of the following is not a localization- related epilepsy? – Benign childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes – Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy – Childhood epilepsy with occipital paroxysms – Primary reading epilepsy

18 MCQ-9 Which of the following is not an idiopathic generalized epilepsy? – Juvenile absence epilepsy – Epilepsy with grand mal seizures on awakening – Childhood absence epilepsy – Lennox-Gastaut syndrome

19 MCQ-9 Which of the following is not an idiopathic generalized epilepsy? – Juvenile absence epilepsy – Epilepsy with grand mal seizures on awakening – Childhood absence epilepsy – Lennox-Gastaut syndrome

20 MCQ-10 Which is the most important differential diagnosis of ‘first seizure’? – Migraine without aura – Abdominal migraine – Syncope – Migraine with aura

21 MCQ-10 Which is the most important differential diagnosis of ‘first seizure’? – Migraine without aura – Abdominal migraine – Syncope – Migraine with aura

22 THANK YOU


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