- HD (Huntington's disease) : HD is the abbreviations of Huntington's disease, a genetic, autosomal dominant progressive sub-cortical Dementia that inflicts devastating motor impairment in the form of chorea , as well as cognitive decline on adults in the prime of their lives. HD is also called Huntington's Chorea. Please see Huntington's disease.

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