Seminar on choreas

@article{Cardoso2006SeminarOC,
  title={Seminar on choreas},
  author={F. Cardoso and K. Seppi and K. Mair and G. Wenning and W. Poewe},
  journal={The Lancet Neurology},
  year={2006},
  volume={5},
  pages={589-602}
}
Chorea is one of the major types of involuntary movement disorders originating from dysfunctional neuronal networks interconnecting the basal ganglia and frontal cortical motor areas. The syndrome is characterised by a continuous flow of random, brief, involuntary muscle contractions and can result from a wide variety of causes. Diagnostic work-up can be straightforward in patients with a positive family history of Huntington's disease or acute-onset hemichorea in patients with lacunar stroke… Expand
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