senile chorea

se·nile cho·re·a

a disorder resembling Sydenham chorea, not associated with cardiac disease or dementia, occurring in the aged.
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5-5% of cases Senile chorea Late onset; may be clinically indistinguishable from late-onset HD Basal ganglia lesions Strokes, infections, tumors (a) Note that genetic factors are important in many of these conditions, although none is strictly a Mendelian disorder.