Sydenham's chorea

rare sequelae of a streptococcal throat infection, often in the context of rheumatic fever. It is also known as St Vitus's dance and is self-limiting with abnormalities on brain scanning in the basal ganglia in some cases. Typically, patients display chorea and slight disruption of frontal lobe function
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Sydenham's chorea

Sydenham's chorea: See: Sydenham chorea.
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Sydenham's chorea

A postinfectious chorea appearing several months after a streptococcal infection with subsequent rheumatic fever. The chorea typically involves the distal limbs and is associated with hypotonia and emotional lability. Improvement occurs over weeks or months and exacerbations occur without associated infection recurrence. ... Synonym: acute chorea,
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Sydenham's chorea

Sydenham's chorea: see chorea.
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