Recent Examples of chorea from the Web
Medical concerns facing the midwives will include everything from breech birth to cancer, Huntington's chorea, and cataracts.
Six months later, doctors diagnosed Huntington’s chorea.
He had been admitted with Huntington’s chorea after his family could no longer take care of him.
San Diego’s Auspex Pharmaceuticals developed a drug to manage Huntington’s chorea, the uncontrollable movements associated with the disease.
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Origin and Etymology of chorea
First Known Use: 1804See Words from the same year
medical Definition of chorea
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