2 months is not enough time to assess progression or the lack thereof.
Fronto temporal dementia presents differently from alzheimers.
Stiffness and rigidity of course is typical of Parkinson
's and some varients can present with exactly these mental and physical symptoms, so this needs to be considered as well.
In fact I don't think it is normopressure hydrocephalus, as this would show up on CT typically.
The CT findings are quite consistent with dementia, as often that is all that is seen.
you might discuss PET or SPECT scanning, not definitive, but can give more indications of typical dementia patterns.
Again, I don't think the neurological assessment has been aggressive enough.
If I were your doctors, I would be talking personally to leading dementia/parkinson's docs, if that is at the university, and pushing to help you get an earlier assessment.
Since, I assume that thyroid, B12, and other metabolic problems have been ruled out....Dementia, from parkinson's, or other cause..FT dementia, multi infarct, etc...still seems on the top of the list.
I am assuming of course, he has not had any toxic exposures...heavy metals for example.
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