There are many different types of dementia and the most common is Alzheimer’s disease. There is a form of dementia that we often see with Parkinson’s and we call this Lewy body dementia which has a different pathology. Then, there is frontotemporal type dementias, which again can either have Alzheimer pathology or a different type of pathology. And then there are the rarer dementias such as Creutzfeldt disease, Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease, CJD, through to some very rare causes indeed.
Letter to Dr Simon Farmer, Consultant Neurologist at the Queen Square Private Consulting Rooms
The consultant was so patient and thorough with me, taking the time to go through my list of questions and explain his answers clearly and in a way that left me reassured. I left feeling happy and healthy – long may it continue! I trust I am in very good hands with your team and, for that, I am so grateful.