Hi if you are out there. I am very computer illiterate, but need to investigate a condition called cerebral atrophy. My father has been diagnosed with this condition and has been told that there is nothing that can be done for him.
He is 75 years old, and started off with giddy spells, feelings of disorientation, and has very bad memory recall. His speech is now very slurred, and he complains that his eye sight is affected. He has poor hearing and is realiant on a Hearing Aid. Just recently he has developed what has been diagnosed as exczema. His back and legs are very itchy, and the exzcema on his ankles suppurates. Is this exzcema attributable to his cerebral atrophy, or is a coincidence?
He is experiencing very vivid hallucinations and bad dreams, is this peculiar to this condition?
any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
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