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In the brain, what cells are most sensitive to anoxic damage?
Huntington's chorea is characterized by:
atrophy of the caudate nucleus
In which of the following would an interstitial inflammatory infiltrate be most striking?
Viral pneumonia
In the CNS myelin formation and maintenance is a function of:
A complication of supparative (pus)meningitis is:
Non-obstructive hydrocephalus
Which type of hematoma is associated with the neomembrane?
Acute subdural hematoma
All gliomas are malignant, the most common brain tumor is an:
Neurological abnormalities may be observed as a result of:
B-12 deficiency anemia
What is the difference between carcinoma and carcinoma in situ?
the invasion of the basement membrane