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A college student who was previously in good health develops transient bladder incontinence that resolves slowly over a period of several weeks. Three months later, after breaking up with her boyfriend, she presents to her doctor's office complaining of blurry vision in her right eye that developed suddenly. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
a. Somatoform disorder
b. Myasthenia gravis


c. Major depression

d. Dissociative identity disorder

e. Multiple sclerosis
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A college student who was previously in good health develops transient bladder incontinence that resolves slowly over a period of several weeks. Three months later, after breaking up with her boyfriend, she presents to her doctor's office complaining of blurry vision in her right eye that developed suddenly. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
a. Somatoform disorder
b. Myasthenia gravis


c. Major depression

d. Dissociative identity disorder

e. Multiple sclerosis
ple the ans is multiple sclerosis
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