Chorea

Chorea-Ballismus with Nonketotic Hyperglycemia in Primary ...

Chorea-Ballismuswith Nonketotic Hyperglycemia in Primary Diabetes Mellitus Ping-Hong Lai, Robert D. Tien, Ming-Hong Chang, Michael M. H. Teng, Chien-Fang Yang, Huay-Ben Pan, Clement Chen, Jiing-Feng Lirng, and Koon-Wah Kong PURPOSE: To describe theneuroimaging (CT, MR, and single-photon emission ...

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Chorea- Diagnosis and Management

ACNR • VOLUME 3 NUMBER 4 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2003 19 Chorea- Diagnosis and Management Definition : a continuous flow of irregular, jerky, and explosive movements, that flit from one portion of the body to another in random sequence.

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Diagnostic Problems in Huntington’s Chorea and Tardive ...

Diagnostic Problems in Huntington’s Chorea and Tardive Dyskinesia Martin Buxton W HEN THE CLINICIAN encounters a demented adult patient with

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Paul Barczak, Ann Pedler, Sarah Hunter and Tim Betts

A diagnosis of Huntington's Chorea had been made earlier in the hospital group than in the group in residential care (8 years versus 3-3years).

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Chorea and Dystonia: A Remote Effect of Carcinoma1

Movement Disorders 8 1988 Movement Disorder Society VOI. 3, NO. 2, 1988, pp. 162- 169 Case Report Chorea and Dystonia: A Remote Effect of Carcinoma1

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A Discussion Tool for Patients and Caregivers

Note: This tool is not intended to be a complete list of activities or changes associated with HD chorea, with HD, or with any disease. You or your loved one's doctor will conduct their own tests and assessments to diagnose you or your loved one's condition.

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Mimicry and autoantibody-mediated neuronal cell signaling in ...

Chorea antibodies targeted the surface of human neuronal cells, with specific induction of calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein (CaM) kinase II activity by monoclonal antibody 24.3.1 and sera from active chorea.

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Huntington's Disease

Assistive devices and medication may also improve quality of life: Involuntary Movement Disorders - Chorea, Akathisia, Dystonia The most commonly recognized movement disorder in HD is chorea.

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Tetrabenazine for the Treatment of Chorea

Tetrabenazine for the Treatment of Chorea Joseph Jankovic, MD, Christine B. Hunter, RN, and Kevin Dat Vuong, MA Parkinson's Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic, Department of Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas Table 5.

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UFMG Sydenham's chorea rating scale (USCRS): Reliability and ...

UFMGSydenham'sChoreaRating Scale (USCRS): Reliability and Consistency Antoˆnio Lu´cio Teixeira, Jr., MD, PhD, De´bora P. Maia, MD, and Francisco Cardoso, MD, PhD * Movement Disorders Clinic, Faculty of Medicine and Hospitaldas Clı´nicas, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Belo ...

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