Severe persistent chorea with phenothiazine therapy: report of a case.


PERSISTENT DYSKINESIA affecting the face, mouth, tongue and jaw (oral dyskinesia) is well known as an insidious and late development of protracted administration of phenothiazines. The syndrome has been reviewed by Crane (1968) and Kline (1968). Some of the patients described also showed dyskinesia affecting the neck, limbs and trunk, manifesting usually as… (More)