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  1. Yosar   Akill
    Jul 18,  · St. Vitus’ Dance or Sydenham Chorea is a neurological medical condition, which usually develops in the childhood due to infection caused by Group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus. 1 This is the same bacterium which is responsible for causing rheumatic fever. The classic feature of St. Vitus’ Dance or Sydenham Chorea is involuntary rapid and irregular movements of arms, legs, and the facial.
  2. Kazihn   Faukree
    Saint Vitus' dance definition is - chorea; especiallysydenham's chorea.
  3. Kezil   Kagalrajas
    Apr 01,  · Saint Vitus Dance disease is an autoimmune disorder. The body's immune system mistakenly attacks healthy cells in the brain, especially in the basal ganglia, which is the part of the brain that controls motor movements. Individuals may be genetically predisposed to developing this condition following a streptococcal infection or rheumatic fever.
  4. Malajinn   Moshicage
    Aug 13,  · Treatment of Saint Vitus Dance: For more treatment information about Saint Vitus Dance, see treatment of Sydenham chorea (Saint Vitus Dance) Saint Vitus Dance: Article Excerpts about Sydenham chorea Sydenham chorea, also called St. Vitus dance, is a childhood movement disorder characterized by rapid.
  5. Moogukazahn   Balar
    Saint Vitus' dance: also Saint Vitus's dance (vī′təs, -tə-sĭz) n. See Sydenham's chorea.
  6. JoJorn   Mikarr
    Sep 10,  · Saint Vitus' Dance is an alternative name for the movement disorder Sydenham's chorea (chorea minor). This condition presents as jerky, uncoordinated movements of the face, feet, and hands, and sometimes the limbs. It is usually associated with acute rheumatic fever, an .
  7. Jukora   Mikabar
    Saint Vitus is the patron of Prague, dogs, domestic animals, young people, dancers, coppersmiths, actors, comedians, and mummers. He is invoked against epilepsy, lightning, poisoning by dog or snake bite, sleeplessness, snakebite, storm, and Saint Vitus Dance (Sydenham's chorea, a nervous disorder) (Bentley, Roeder).
  8. Arashill   Vur
    Sydenham’s Chorea (St Vitus’ Dance) Description Sydenham’s chorea is a disorder affecting children and characterized by jerky, uncontrollable movements of the muscles of the face, the arms and legs and the trunk. Other symptoms of the disorder may include diminished muscle tone, muscle weakness, and.

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