A 66‐year‐old man presented to a tertiary emergency department following a fall. He had a 6‐month history of agitation, personality change, progressive cognitive impairment, dysarthria, dysphagia and recurrent falls. On examination, there was proximal muscle wasting and weakness, brisk reflexes and an upgoing plantar reflex on the left foot. Cranial nerve examination was normal.
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