A 10 y.o. male child presents with a 1 week history of increasing headaches, now also associated with nausea, vomiting,

Question Number 0401

Question:
A 10 y.o. male child presents with a 1 week history of increasing headaches, now also associated with nausea, vomiting, and truncal ataxia. Focal neurologic findings reveal papilledema. A likely diagnosis is
a) encephalitis
b) thrombosis of a major dural sinus
c) medulloblastoma
d) pseudotumour cerebri
e) meningitis


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