- Huntington’s chorea : Huntington's chorea is another name for Huntington's disease which refers to a fatal genetic neurologic disorder whose onset is in middle age; A genetic, autosomal dominant progressive subcortical dementia that inflicts devastating motor impairment in the form of chorea, as well as cognitive decline on adults in the prime of their lives. (see Huntington's disease)

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