Surprisingly, the doctor initially diagnosed it as a concussion,But Horner's memory stays on June 11 th and loses memory every two hours. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized tomography (CT) also showed no anomalies.
It is understood that Horner used to be the school cheerleader and achieved excellent results, but amnesia changed her life.Now she has to keep keeping things in her notebook to live a normal life.
Her mother Sarah said Horner's uncle had died and she probably didn't know. "We tell her every day, but she can't remember."
At present, Riley Horner's symptoms have not improved, doctors say Horner's condition may not be fully cured, but mother said they will not give up.