I discover a child at school who is very disorientated and has bruises and we think she's suffering from abuse, but it turns out she's got Huntington's chorea
On Jan 20, 1968, an audience consisting largely of folk music aficionados packed New York's Carnegie Hall for a memorial concert commemorating Woody Guthrie, who had died three months earlier at the age of 55, after having been diagnosed more than a decade earlier with the inherited degenerative disease Huntington's chorea
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Often known as Huntington's chorea
because of the movement problems it causes, Huntington's disease is an inherited condition that damages certain nerve cells in the brain and leads to problems with mobility, thinking and perception.
Huntington's disease, also known as Huntington's chorea
, is an inherited disorder that results in death of nerve cells in the brain.
Parkinson's Disease, Parkinson Plus Syndromes like Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Multisystem Atrophy Parkinson's type (MSA-P), Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD), Huntington's Chorea
, Wilson's Disease, Hallervorden-Spatz Disease and Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH).
The prevalence of Huntington's chorea
in South Africa.
Neurologically, the so-called Huntington's chorea
(writhing type movements of the limbs and other parts of the body) is the most common presentation.
It was then that his sister said she thought Alfred had the same condition as their dad - Huntington's chorea
, as it was known back then.
Her publications and presentations focused on musicogenic epilepsy and Huntington's Chorea
Reyes of Springfield, who died June 8 of Huntington's chorea
He died from Huntington's chorea
, an autosomal dominant, late-onset, and lethal disorder of the nervous system.