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A 9-year old boy who had been suffering from a gait disturbance for several weeks was found to have a posterior fossa mass on CT scan. Which of the following is the most likely cause for these findings?



1) a berry aneurysm

2) astrocytoma

3) medulloblastoma

4) oligodendroglioma

5) pseudotumor cerebri
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medulloblastoma !
I just did question like this in kaplan qbank...
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in world astrocytoma
in bank medulablastoma
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I want to add somthing here ,
Astrocytoma - Cerebellar hemisphere r affected ( gait dystaxia )
Medulloblastoma - cerebellar vermis is affected ( trunk dystaxia )
So , Astrocytoma for this pt
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