Unexplained memory disorder
liams at cwcom.net
Sun Aug 1 14:39:34 EST 1999
this is the same person as before.
I did go to the links you mentioned,
and was seen by Addenbrookes in London.
(waited 6 months for the reply, it was "we don't know", end of story)
I have seen a neurologist, neuro-psychiatrist, neuropsychologist
psychologist etc but no-one has the answer.
I hope I'm not wasting anyones time here, it is a genuine request for
help, and i do try any options put forward.
On 1 Aug 1999 03:30:29 GMT, flefever at ix.netcom.com(F. Frank LeFever)
>Somehow this name and the complaint soound familiar.
>Did I respond to this a few months ago? a year ago?
>Well, probably you don't remember...
>Anyway, I had asked about location (London?), thatt sort of thing. Had
>some suggestions for evaluation by a good neuropsychologist (I know
>quite a few, not only in US but in a few other countries as well),
>FIRST to evaluate the complaint: does objective testing verify your
>THEN: Is it memory exactly, or something else which can present itself
>as a memory problem? If memory, what KIND of memory?
>If this IS the same person, and route I suggested was ignored, perhaps
>a new syndrome? e.g. "internet Munchausen"?
>F. Frank LeFever, Ph.D.
>New York Neuropsychology Group
>In <379eabb4.4008927 at news.freeserve.net> liams at cwcom.net (Liam) writes:
>>would you please have a look at
>>I am 34 and have severe memory problem,
>>but have no-one is any nearer finding the cause or possible cure.
>>If you have any ideas, will you please send me an E-mail,
>>as I'm getting nowhere with this.
>>Thanks in adavance
>>liams at cwcom.net
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