An atypical presentation of frontotemporal dementia

William Haskins, Magdalene Y. L. Ting, Jonathan Wood, Clare Leong, Olivia Crump-Haill, Iñaki Bovill, John Janssen, Chris Carswell, Ruth Mizoguchi


Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a group of neurodegenerative conditions affecting the frontal and temporal lobes (1). FTD is the fourth overall most prevalent dementia subtype accounting for <5% of cases, rising to approximately 10% in the ‘early onset’ (under 65) cohort (2).