chorea


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McCune noted that when the Michigan Lupus Epidemiology and Surveillance Program (MiLES) was established close to a decade ago, investigators chose to track only a subset of the 19 neuropsychiatric syndromes on the ACR list: seizure disorders, cerebrovascular accidents, psychosis, mononeuropathy, aseptic meningitis, acute transverse myelitis, chorea, and cranial neuropathy.
Inspired by chorea, "Out of Context" played at Masrah al-Madina Friday as part of the Beirut International Platform of Dance (BIPOD), courtesy of the Goethe Institute and Beiteddine Festival.
(8) Sodium valproate enhances the action on GABA; hence it is sometimes used to treat chorea. (8) Recommended doses vary between 15 mg/kg/day to 20 mg/kg/day in 2 or 3 divided doses.
They are present in disorders such as Huntington's chorea and are associated with certain medications and neurological injury.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved tetrabenazine for treating chorea in patients with Huntington's disease.
Huntington's disease (HD) is a late-onset inherited progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterised by motor impairment, chorea, dementia and psychiatric disturbances associated with selective neuronal death in the striatum and cortex.
-- 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.
A good history is usually enough to distinguish tics from other movement disorders such as chorea, myoclonus and stereotypies.
Bicillin[R] L-A is also indicated for mild-to-moderate infections of the upper respiratory tract due to susceptible streptococci, including streptococcal pharyngitis, and has been used for prophylaxis to prevent recurrence of rheumatic fever and/or chorea.
The sea urchin has many genes linked to human diseases such as Huntington's chorea, muscular dystrophy, Usher syndrome, neurological disorders, and atherosclerosis.
Then her father is diagnosed with Huntington's Chorea and suddenly it feels as though everything she has always held dear has come crashing down all around her.
Carditis, arthritis, and chorea were the most common major clinical manifestations of ARF, and they were present in 57%, 48%, and 29% of patients, respectively (J.
At six, I developed chorea - St Vitus' Dance - along with a grumbling appendix.
This is the story of American folksinging giant Woody Guthrie - and a tough tale it is too, dealing with the harsh realities of life in 1930s and 1940s USA, from dust bowl to depression and finally Woody's own battle with the Huntington's Chorea which killed his mother and would eventually kill him.