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Dancing eyes and dancing feet syndrome (opsomyoclonus) is most commonly associated with,
A) Neuroblastoma.
B) Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
C) Parkinson disease
D) Medulloblastoma
E) Multiple Sclerosis


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multiple sclerosis i guess
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D) Medulloblastoma
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i will go with both neuroblastoma n multiple sclerosis...
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neuroblastoma?
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It's definitely > A) Neuroblastoma
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Neuroblastoma
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The answer is neuroblastoma
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