Question #1: A well 50 year old gentleman presents to his GP with episodes a short, sharp, electric-shock like pains in his jaw which occur frequently whenever he feels a cold breeze or touches his cheek. On examination the function of his cranial nerves is normal, and he has no focal neurological abnormalities in his arms or legs. What is the most appropriate first-line treatment?

Question #2: Which of the following disease-modifying therapies used for Multiple Sclerosis has been associated with Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy?

Question #3: What is the most common cause of a lower motor neuron facial palsy?

Question #4: Internuclear ophthalmoplegia results from lesions to which anatomical structure?

Question #5: What is the mode of inheritance of Wilson’s disease?