Huntington's Disease.

  title={Huntington's Disease.},
  author={Francis O. Walker},
  journal={Seminars in neurology},
  volume={27 2},
Huntington's disease may present at any age, but most typically manifests between the ages of 35 and 45 years as a slowly progressive neurodegenerative movement disorder with cognitive and behavioral impairment. It is an autosomal-dominant disorder that has a substantial impact on family structure and dynamics in terms of providing care for affected family members and, for the offspring of an affected parent, dealing with at-risk status. Therapy that slows the progressive neuronal dysfunction… CONTINUE READING

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