A 42-year-old male presented with progressive unsteadiness and slurred speech over 2 weeks. There was no associated diplopia, limb weakness, or confusion. He had a history of heavy ethanol intake 120 g per day, but had been abstinent for 1 month. He was not on regular medications.
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Accepted: January 15, 2005
Received: December 23, 2004
© 2005 Published by Elsevier Inc.