choreiform


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choreiform

 [ko-re´ĭ-form]
resembling chorea.

cho·re·oid

(kōr'ē-oyd),
Resembling chorea.
Synonym(s): choreiform

choreiform

/cho·re·i·form/ (ko-re´ĭ-form) resembling chorea.

choreiform

[kərē′əfôrm′]
resembling the rapid jerky movements associated with chorea.

cho·re·oid

(kōr'ē-oyd)
Resembling chorea.
Synonym(s): choreiform.

choreiform

Resembling CHOREA.

choreiform

resembling chorea.
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According to the DSM-IV criteria, TD was diagnosed with at least four-week 208 history of choreiform, athetoid, or rhythmic involuntary movement and a history of use of neuroleptic medications for at least three months (or one month in individuals aged 60 years or older).
He exhibited choreiform movements, most pronounced in the left upper extremity, in addition to myoclonus and ataxia.
Mrs J was visited and found to display the typical choreiform movements of HD.
The symptoms include choreiform movements, progressive dementia, cognitive dysfunction and psychiatric problems; onset is generally in the 40s, although a few juvenile cases have been reported.
Examination revealed a coarse appendicular tremor (5 - 6 Hz) and choreiform movements of the hands, along with mild hepatomegaly.
6) In addition, children may present with seizures or choreiform movements due to basal ganglia involvement.
The choreiform movements and behavioral outbursts were often seen as being out of control of the individual.
When LODOSYN is administered concomitantly with levodopa or carbidopa-levodopa combination products, the most common adverse reactions have included dyskinesias such as choreiform, dystonic, and other involuntary movements and nausea.
26) Neurological symptoms occurred 10 years later, including epileptic seizures, frontal-type dementia and choreiform movements.
A second patient arrived at the ED short of breath, dehydrated, and diaphoretic, with a sudden, severe escalation of choreiform dyskinesia that had been going on for several hours.
The presence of neurological abnormalities, including hyperactivity and choreiform movements.