Sundowning: severe dementia and bringing on the night (weird case)
lbrash at ozemail.com.au
Sun Mar 30 04:10:23 EST 2003
"John H." wrote:
> 30/03/03 6:13pm
> An unusual case of sundown syndrome subsequent to a traumatic head injury.
> Duckett S Brain Inj 1992 Mar-Apr 6:189-91
> BROWSE: Brain Inj
> An unusual case of sundown syndrome is here reported, in which a bilingual
> patient would involuntarily change languages at sunset.
More mundanely, I recall a dementing patient of German origin losing his
ability to speak English one week prior to admission. It never returned,
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