- n chorea in dogs
- n any of several degenerative nervous disorders characterized by spasmodic movements of the body and limbs
- A couple of years ago, he made a pilgrimage to New York to visit Woody Guthrie, his spiritual leader, lying ill of Huntington's chorea.
- The medical term is chorea, which like chorus connotes dancing.
- Since scientists first began manipulating genes, they have been envisioning a brave new world in which diseases from Huntington's chorea to sickle-cell anemia to possibly .
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- Clinical Trial Process and Human Side of Huntington’s Disease
The man’s voice shook as he described the “degradation” that comes with Huntington’s disease. He talked of the unsteady legs, the decrease in cognition and memory span, and the uncontrollable writhing movements — called chorea — that make simple things like standing up or walking straight a painful challenge. And he asked if I could help.
Feb. 14, 2014 - San Diego Business Journal