saltatory chorea


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sal·ta·to·ry cho·re·a

rhythmic dancing movements, as in procursive chorea.

choreomania

(1) Chorea.
(2) A term of largely historical interest for a condition first recognised during the Middle Ages and characterised by choreiform spasms that occurred in large closed communities, and is now thought to have been a mass hysterical conversion reaction.