Huntington's chorea


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Deutetrabenazine was first studied in Huntington's chorea in a 13-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study (N = 90).
International Huntington Association and the World Federation of Neurology Research Group on Huntington's Chorea.
They may have hypothyroidism, depression, Parkinson's disease, multi-infarct dementia, Wernicke-Korsakoff's syndrome, Huntington's Chorea, or vitamin B 12 deficiency.
They are present in disorders such as Huntington's chorea and are associated with certain medications and neurological injury.
When someone back to back to as a that's biggest This could include head injury, Huntington's Chorea, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and motor neurone disease, as well as rare conditions like Guillain-Barre syndrome, a viral illness that affects the nerves and hereditary spastic paraparesis, which affects walking.
In addition, NBI-98854 may be useful in other disorders, including Huntington's chorea, schizophrenia, Tourette's syndrome and Tardive Dystonia.
An inquest in Birmingham heard that Mr Blackett, who worked as a claims organiser and was a keen grand prix fan, suffered from Huntington's Chorea, a degenerative disease of the nerve cells.
In addition to aging, other factors associated with a decrease in growth factors in the brain include: stress; diabetes mellitus; and neuropsychiatric diseases such as depression, multiple sclerosis, stroke, AD, Huntington's chorea, and Parkinson's disease.
At a gala day at Clairville Stadium, Middlesbrough, in May 1982 staff raised pounds 1,000 for the Cleveland branch of the Association to Combat Huntington's Chorea.
The drug, used for more than 30 years in the United Kingdom for treating organic movement disorders and tardive dyskinesia, was approved for Huntington's chorea in France in 2005 and in the Netherlands and Germany in 2007.
The 12 articles here address sources of exposure ranging from recreational drugs to industrial chemicals, including MDMA (Ecstasy) and its effects on serotonin, certain pesticides and chemical warfare agents and their ability to induce muscle paralysis, local anesthetics and their possible link to ischemic injury or Alzheimer's Disease, alcohol and peripheral neuropathy, the deposition of amyloid peptides and Alzheimer's Disease, 3-nitropropionic acid and symptoms similar to Huntington's Chorea, antineoplastic drugs and damage to the peripheral nervous system, side effects of chemotherapy, cefepime-induced encephalopathy, simulation of Parkinson's Disease, and the effects of overexposure to manganese.
The neuroleptic tetrabenazine will likely become the first drug approved in the United States for the management of Huntington's disease, following a federal advisory panel's unanimous vote supporting approval of the drug to treat Huntington's chorea.
But they insist that there are certain disease genes they do not wish to find, such as one for "Lou Gehrig's disease," and Huntington's Chorea, because if they found it they would not have any cure for it
At the moment, scientists have to use human eggs left over from fertility treatments to harvest cells, but there are never enough for research to combat crippling diseases like Huntington's Chorea, motor neurone disease, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and even strokes.
The sea urchin has many genes linked to human diseases such as Huntington's chorea, muscular dystrophy, Usher syndrome, neurological disorders, and atherosclerosis.
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