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215 Diagnósticos diferenciales para chorea

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  • Chorea gravidarum

    «Chorea gravidarum». Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 27 (3): 310.[es.wikipedia.org] Chorea in childhood. Pediatric Annals 22: 41-50, 1993. 4. Burnett L., Jankovic J. Chorea and ballism. Current Opinion in Neurology and Neurosurgery 5: 308-313, 1992. 5.[publicacionesmedicina.uc.cl] La chorea gravidarum o corea gravídica es un término médico para referirse a un trastorno del embarazo caracterizado por la aparición de movimientos relativamente rápidos[es.wikipedia.org]

  • Enfermedad de Huntington

    Degenerative (Huntington s) Chorea. Clinical Neurology on CD-ROM. Lippincott-Raven. 1996 Bird DE. Huntington s chorea: etiology and pathogenesis.[es.wikipedia.org] Referencias Davenport C.B. (1915) Huntington’s Chorea in Relation to Heredity and Eugenics. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1915 May; 1(5): 283–285.[naukas.com] Neuropathology of Huntington s chorea. Handbook of clinical neurology. En: P.J.Vinken, G.W. Bruyn and H.L.Klawans, editors. Extrapyramidal disorders.[es.wikipedia.org]

  • Enfermedad similar a Huntington tipo 2

    […] aunque no fue hasta la segunda mitad del siglo XIX cuando tomó su actual nombre, en honor al doctor George Huntington , quien la describió por primera vez en su ensayo On Chorea[rtve.es] Degenerative (Huntington s) Chorea. Clinical Neurology on CD-ROM. Lippincott-Raven. 1996 Bird DE. Huntington s chorea: etiology and pathogenesis.[es.wikipedia.org] Neuropathology of Huntington s chorea. Handbook of clinical neurology. En: P.J.Vinken, G.W. Bruyn and H.L.Klawans, editors. Extrapyramidal disorders.[es.wikipedia.org]

  • Síndrome de parkinsonismo - espasticidad ligado al X

    Expanding the phenomenology of benign hereditary chorea: evolution from chorea to myoclonus and dystonia. Mov Disord. 2011 Oct;26(12):2296-7. Fenichel GM. 2009.[neuropedwikia.es] Mutations in TITF-1 are associated with benign hereditary chorea. Hum Mol Genet. 2002;11(8):971-9. 18.[kundoc.com] Degenerative (Huntington s) Chorea. Clinical Neurology on CD-ROM. Lippincott-Raven. 1996 Bird DE. Huntington s chorea: etiology and pathogenesis.[agrega.educacion.es]

  • Hemibalismo

    Men Non-ketotic hyperglycemic chorea: a SPECT study J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 60 (1996), pp. 628-630 [8.] T. Tamawaki, K. Isa, Y.[elsevier.es] Chorea resulting from paraneoplastic striatal encephalitis. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2000; 69: 512-515. [ Links ] 41.[scielo.isciii.es] Lo Putaminal patechial hemorrhage as the cause of chorea: a neuroimagen study J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 63 (1997), pp. 300-303 [6.] C. Nagai, T. Kato, T.[elsevier.es]

  • Corea reumática

    Expanding the phenomenology of benign hereditary chorea: evolution from chorea to myoclonus and dystonia. Mov Disord. 2011 Oct;26(12):2296-7. Fenichel GM. 2009.[neuropedwikia.es] . a b c d e f Whonamedit: Sydenham s chorea . a b Britannica OnLine: Sydenham Chorea .[es.wikipedia.org] The differential diagnosis of chorea. Practical Neurology 2007;7;360-373 Wolf DS, Singer HS. Pediatric movement disorders: an update.[neuropedwikia.es]

  • Enfermedad de Huntington juvenil

    Desde ese momento, se hizo habitual entre los médicos distinguir esta chorea minor de causa infecciosa, descrita por Sydenham, de la antigua chorea major de origen psicógeno[humantermuem.es] Neuropsychological functioning following fetal striatal transplantation in Huntington s chorea: three case presentations.[docplayer.es] The first sympton of onset was chorea for the majority of patients.[fihu-diagnostico.org.pe]

  • Corea

    International Huntington Association and the World Federation of Neurology Research Group on Huntington's chorea.[web.archive.org] Primary care guide to myoclonus and chorea. Characteristics, causes, and clinical options. POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE. VOL 108. No 5.[es.wikipedia.org] A conserved sorting-associated protein is mutant in chorea-acanthocytosis. Nat Genet 2001;28:119-20. [Medline] 16.[web.archive.org]

  • Enfermedad de Parkinson autosómica dominante de inicio tardío

    Primary care guide to myoclonus and chorea. Characteristics, causes, and clinical options. POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE. VOL 108. No 5.[es.wikipedia.org] Cutler Monoamines in the human neostriatum: topographic distribution in normals and in Parkinson's disease and their role in akinesia, rigidity, chorea, and tremor Journal[elsevier.es] Corea o Chorea sancti viti (del latín Baile de San Vito ) es un término usado para un grupo de trastornos neurológicos denominados disquinesia , caracterizados por movimientos[es.wikipedia.org]

  • Enfermedad similar a Huntington tipo 3

    Degenerative (Huntington s) Chorea. Clinical Neurology on CD-ROM. Lippincott-Raven. 1996 Bird DE. Huntington s chorea: etiology and pathogenesis.[es.wikipedia.org] Neuropathology of Huntington s chorea. Handbook of clinical neurology. En: P.J.Vinken, G.W. Bruyn and H.L.Klawans, editors. Extrapyramidal disorders.[es.wikipedia.org]

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