Our expert says:
He will have to consult a neurologist for a second opinion. It sounds like your father-in-law is experiencing multi-infark dementia. This is when a patient experience cognitive degeneration, due to small multiple blood clots, causing decreased blood flow to certain parts of the brain. The blood clots can be coming from his corotic artery or from his heart. It is therefore imperative to consult a neurologist, as well as an internal specialist for an ultrasound of his corotic artery and heart.
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