11-year-old, Yes Severe choreic
 male movements of upper limbs Oculo-facial tics Batuecas 9-year-old, Yes Oculo-facial tics Caletrio et male Obstructive Sleep al.
It should be suspected in any young onset of abnormal movement of choreic
forms and malingering should be the last diagnosis to be considered.
At present, more than 4 years into her motor disease, the patient continued to have persistent mixed generalized hyperkinesia with pronounced dystonic and choreic
An involuntary choreic
movement gradually developed in her arm within several hours.
Singer, "Comprehensive treatment of Huntington disease and other choreic
disorders," Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, vol.