choreoathetoid

cho·re·o·ath·e·toid

(kōr'ē-ō-ath'ĕ-toyd),
Pertaining to or characterized by choreoathetosis.
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cho·re·o·ath·e·toid

(kōr'ē-ō-ath'ĕ-toyd)
Pertaining to or characterized by choreoathetosis.
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choreoathetoid

(kō″rē-ō-ăth′ĕ-toyd) [″ + athetos, not fixed, + eidos, form, shape]
Pert. to choreoathetosis.
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Over the next 48 hours, the facial weakness improved; however, the rigidity and dystonia persisted in her left arm, and she developed left-sided choreoathetoid movements, which progressed to hemiballismus.
In addition to spasms and grimacing, patients can have choreoathetoid movements of the neck.
transient mild hemiparesis, superficial hemianaesthesia (which can be replaced by cutaneous hyperaesthesia and is always accompanied by persistent disturbances of deep sensation), allodynia, mild hemiataxia, astereognosia, severe and paroxysmal pain on the hemiparetic side, and choreoathetoid movements in the limbs on the paralyzed side.
On examination, she exhibited notable choreoathetoid movements of the face and extremities.
The new definition of dyskinetic CP includes dystonic and choreoathetoid CP, which is characterized by abnormal movement or posture, with involuntary, recurring, uncontrolled, and occasionally stereotyped movements [7, 8].
Background: Paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia (PKD) is a rare movement disorder characterized by recurrent dystonic or choreoathetoid attacks triggered by sudden voluntary movements.
Patient with choreoathetoid cerebral palsy: post therapeutic intervention.
According to this classification, patients were divided into four main groups: spastic (unilateral or bilateral), dyskinetic (dystonic or choreoathetoid), ataxic, and mixed.
Case 1: A 41-year-old gentleman who was detected to be HRV positive 3 months back with complaints of tiredness since 1 month, personality changes, confusion, memory loss, weakness of bilateral upper and lower extremities, and choreoathetoid movements of left hand with fine tremors.
Douglas, "Choreoathetoid disorder associated with amphetamine-like drugs," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
On September 4, he was transferred to a rehabilitation facility where he experienced some additional improvement, but continued to have expressive aphasia and choreoathetoid movements of the face, trunk, and extremities.