Chorea is an involuntary, dance-like, purposeless, repetitive, large amplitude, movement, flowing from one body part to another.

A common and severe chorea is Huntington’s chorea, which can be confirmed by genetic testing.

Other forms of chorea can be drug-induced, like tardive dyskinesia, caused by antipsychotic medications, autoimmune or genetic. Diagnosis and treatment are managed by a neurologist with expertise in movement disorders.

Christos Sidiropoulos, MD, PhD, FAAN

Christos Sidiropoulos, MD, PhD, FAAN

Associate Professor of Neurology, Michigan State University, USA
Specialist in Parkinson’s Disease, Movement Disorders & Dementias.
16 years of training and specialization in the USA, Germany & Canada.
Specialist in the use of Botulinum Toxin for neurological disorders.
Tremendous experience in the assessment for patient candidacy for Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for Movement Disorders and patient follow up.

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