Category Differential diagnosis
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Bulbar and pseudobulbar palsy

A bulbar palsy is a lower motor neuron lesion of cranial nerves IX, X and XII. A pseudobulbar palsy is an upper motor neuron lesion of cranial nerves IX, X and XII.
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Leg ulcers DDx

Leg ulcers may result from venous stasis, ischemia, malignancy, infection, neuropathy, trauma or underlying systemic disease.
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Ventriculomegaly

Ventriculomegaly is due to cerebral atrophy (e.g., Parkinson disease) or increased cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within the ventricles.
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Blepharospasm DDx

Blepharospasm is uncontrollable blinking as a result of repeated involuntary orbicularis oculi contraction. It is always bilateral, but may briefly be unilateral at onset. It subsides when asleep.
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Loss of vision DDx

Causes of visual loss or blindness can be categorised by presence or absence of trauma, transient or persistent and monocular or binocular.