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Pet Scans
Jan 17, 2005
... Ohio by a Neurologist in Cleveland who specializes in memory disorders, and at that time after looking at a CT of the brain which showed a lot of atrophy in the frontal lobe, she felt that I was in the early stages of Frontal Temperol Dementia. ... (2 replies)
... Dementia with Lewey Body or any of other types of dementia. All dementia is not Alzheimer's. Each type of dementia has a different set of symptoms and progression. ... (1 replies)
... There he will learn that almost EVERY loved one living with dementia wants to go "home". "Home" may or may not be where you think it is. For your MIL it is back to a childhood home with her Mom and Dad. ... (7 replies)

... cal beginning stages of some type of dementia. I could be any one of several different types of dementia... Alzheimer's, Vascular Dementia, Lewey Body Dementia, Frontal Temporal Dementia are the most frequent ones. Getting lost in familiar surroundings is not normal. That is one of the early signs of dementia. ... (15 replies)
My mom
Jun 13, 2014
... iliar surroundings. Yet the cognitive confusion she experiences causes her to be anxious. From this stems her hostility. Not to mention the progression of the dementia through her brain can also bring on feelings of paranoia, hostility, and anger. ... (3 replies)
... Senile" is no longer used to describe elderly people's mental problems. It is called dementia . Dementia is a general term that includes a lot of different types. ... (16 replies)
... People suffering dementia become suspicious, paranoid and will go to extreme measures to appear 'as normal as possible' making things even weirder at times. ... (11 replies)
Ovoid plaques
Sep 19, 2012
... on left and right frontal lobes and minimal demyelination. I'm just trying on my own to research and find any possibilities of what may be wrong with me. ... (7 replies)
... My DSD has frontal temporal dementia. ... (40 replies)
... I am new to this board, but am so happy to have found it! My father was diagnosed with Vascular Dementia about 6 weeks ago. Of course...he began to show signs of memory loss a few years ago and we have put off the inevitable...going to a Neurologist. ... (6 replies)
Going to visit Mom
Jan 15, 2008
... Hi. My 71 year old mother was diagnosed with "a form of" frontal lobe dementia, maybe 5 months ago. ... (7 replies)
MRI conclusive?
May 8, 2006
... cognitive testing they did confirm that her short term and long term memory is fine and that her left side of the brain and frontal lobes are the parts affected with dementia right now. ... (3 replies)
... Susan, this board is the best support site for dementia. If you notice, the board's name includes dementia now. ... (13 replies)
... ategory under that heading. Many people say things like 'dementia is bad but Alzheimer's is worse', but that is only old wives' tales. One of the worst types of Dementia is frontal lobe dementia. ... (30 replies)
... iagnosed with depression for more than three years because she went to the Memory Assessment Research Service and came home with a diagnosis of Moderate to sever dementia consistent with ALZ. Evidently the "depression" she suffered was truly ALZ and her reactions to the disease and the chaos it created in her world. ... (10 replies)
... Also, maybe you just need to look further afield to find a place that specializes in dementia and is aware of her particular type of dementia. ... (20 replies)
... You know, the human urge to impose order upon chaos is primordial. Yes, something does feel less threatening to us if we can put a name, at least a meagre sembalance of ordre, on it. At least if we can put the name we can reach a level of assurance that we have gotten the right treatment/medication. We hate the idea that we got them treatment for X and really they had Y, and... (20 replies)
... as grisly as it would be, I'd almost have to have an autopsy if we can't get the specific tests needed to "suggest" frontal lobe damage during her life... ... (20 replies)
New here - hello!
Jul 24, 2009
... Well, as you can see from my name, etc I'm not new to the Healthboard, but am new to the dementia board. I have been going through thyroid cancer since being diagnosed in April 08 so have been fairly active on that board. ... (4 replies)
... with this particular one that a gene has been found that is linked and hereditary is scary enough. In 2006 I read in my local newspaper that a gene was found for Frontal temporal dementia, and that indeed it can produce in otherwise healthy adults. ... (10 replies)

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