What are chorea movements?
What is chorea give example?
What is another name for chorea?
What is the difference between chorea and Huntington’s disease?
What triggers chorea?
What is the best treatment for chorea?
What is Ballism?
What is chorea in rheumatic fever?
What is chorea athetosis?
What does chorea feel like?
Involuntary jerking or writhing movements (chorea) Muscle problems, such as rigidity or muscle contracture (dystonia) Slow or unusual eye movements. Impaired gait, posture and balance.
Why is it called Sydenham chorea?
Can you have chorea without Huntington’s?
The phenotype can include paroxysmal chorea, dystonia, myoclonus, and hypotonia. Hexanucleotide repeat expansions of C9ORF72 cause an autosomal dominant disease with a variable presentation that can include chorea, in addition to ALS and FTD.