A 14-year-old male is noted to have optic atrophy on fundoscopy

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  1. Santosh Jadhav

    Santosh Jadhav Active Member

    A 14-year-old male is noted to have optic atrophy on fundoscopy. Neurological exam reveals dysarthric speech and nystagmus. Knee and ankle jerks are absent but there is an extensor plantar response. What is the likely diagnosis?

    A- Multiple Sclerosis
    B- Subacute combined degenration of cord
    C- Friedreich's Ataxia
    D- Ataxia Telangectasia

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