My father, who is 62, has been healthy as a horse until recently. A little over a month ago he started exibiting overly paranoid behavior. He even when so far as to believe that pharmaceutical companies were out to get him.
After being admitted to a local hospital, he became completly catatonic. He was then transferred due to an infection. While he was being treated for the infection, they ran some EEG tests. His brain scans came back showing that he was having constant focalized seizures. There is very little down time between his seizures.
So far his MRI's, CAT scans, X-rays and blood work are all coming back clean. Other than the infection, (which is now pneumonia) and the seizures he is stable and in good health.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Anyone with any ideas, please help. It has been a over a month now and the nurologists are stumped. He is not responding to anti-convulsive medication.
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