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    False-negative clinical misdiagnosis is not uncommon, as highlighted by clinicopathological studies. For example, in one study, 6% of patients who died with a clinical diagnosis of Parkinson's disease were found to have PSP at post-mortem (Hughes et al., 1992). Conversely, there are pathologically confirmed cases of corticobasal degeneration, multiple system atrophy and dementia with Lewy bodies, amongst others, that were clinically misdiagnosed as PSP (false-positive clinical diagnoses)
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    Introductory protestations in PSP are regularly obscure and fall into these classifications: 1) side effects of disequilibrium, for example, unsteady walking or abrupt and unexplained falls without loss of awareness; 2) visual grievances, including obscured vision, challenges in turning upward or down, twofold vision, light sensitivity, smoldering eyes, or other eye inconvenience; 3) slurred speech; and 4) different mental sensitivity, for example, gradualness of thought, impeded memory, identity changes, and changes in state of mind.

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