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A 75-year-old man presents with 12 months history of cognitive impairment, parkinsonism, intermittent confusion and generalised myoclonus. He was started on 62.5 tds of sinemet. In the following 2 months, he was started experiencing visual hallucinations. The most likely diagnosis is:

1) Idiopathic Parkinson's disease
2) Alzheimer's disease
3) Diffuse Lewy body disease
4) Multiple system atrophy
5) Progressive supranuclear palsy

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Dr. M●. S●●●●●l I●●●m S●●●n
Dr. M●. S●●●●●l I●●●m S●●●n Internal Medicine
Diffuse lewy body disease.
Aug 1, 2017Like
S●●●j K●●●r M●●●●a
S●●●j K●●●r M●●●●a General Medicine
1 idiopathic Parkinson disease
Aug 15, 2019Like