This case exemplifies the difficulty of a timely diagnosis when rapid progressive dementia is masked by concomitant factors (i.e., head trauma) and neurological signs are
Agitation, apathy and mood swings. Rapidly worsening confusion, disorientation, and problems with memory, thinking, planning and judgment. Difficulty walking.
A 75-year-old woman was admitted due to rapid progressive cognitive impairment. Her husband observed a temporal disorientation and confusion.