Eun Ja Lee et al (2007)  also studied 4 patients with diabetic mellitus and chronic renal failure who developed sudden choreic movement
An involuntary choreic movement
gradually developed in her arm within several hours.
The molecule causes a decrease in the levels of dopamine, which plays an essential role in the control of coordinated movements, thus reducing choreic movements
associated with Huntington's disease.
A 64-year-old female patient came with choreic movements
that she had noticed one month before she was admitted to the hospital.
The right arm and leg can be moved, but they are somewhat wasted, and are the seat of irregular choreic movements
whenever an attempt is made to use the arm or to walk." (First published "case presentation" of a child with cerebral palsy, published by William Osler, MD, 1888).
It has been hypothesized that choreic movements
cause gait disturbances and loss of balance in HD individuals .
Resolution of choreic movements
associated with HIV encephalitis with anti-retroviral therapy.
As a result, the Huntington's disease patient experiences uncontrollable choreic movements
, subcortical dementia and a wide array of psychiatric disturbances.