The patient demonstrated scanning speech, dysmetria in the finger-nose test, slow and irregular rapid alternating movements, and irregular knee-shin slides. She also had Raynaud phenomenon in her hand and toes. While walking, she had wide-based gait and irregular footsteps, with short stride length and no heel strikes.
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