Disease Information for Chorea, Sydenham's acute: Clinical Manifestations

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Signs & Symptoms
Adolescent
Facial grimacing
Facial tic
Tongue movements/involuntary
Muscle weakness
Abnormal movements/involuntary
Action Tremor
Athetosis
Basal ganglion signs
Behavior problems
Chorea signs
Choreoathetoid movement
Choreoathetosis
Clumsiness/poor coordination
CNS symptoms/signs
Delirium/Agitated delirium
Dropping things
Dysarthria
Dystonia
Extrapyramidal signs
Fine-motor coordination problems
Finger to nose test abnormality
Flailing arms/hands
Habit tic/shrugging shoulders
Hand tremors
Hyperkinetic Movement Disorder
Intelligence normal
Involuntary movements
Jerky movements
Movement disorder/clears in sleep status
Movement or gait disorder/signs
Non-purposeful arm movements
One arm movement disorder
Raised arms/hyperpronated position/sign
Slow speech
Tic syndrome in a child Habit spasm
Tics/sign
Tremor
Tremor in Children
Tremor,coarse
Tremor,intention
Tremor,resting
Peculiar respiratory/grunts noises
Destructive Behavior
Emotional/affective lability
Difficulty Talking
Falling
Otherwise well Isolated problem
Restlessness/Anxiousness
Weakness
Blue eyed patient/sign
Disease Progression
Course/6-8 months illness
Course/Improves with time/growth/development
Course/Self limited usually
Incubation/delay 6 months
Onset/insidious
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