Health Conditions

Huntington's Chorea

What is Huntington's Chorea?

Huntington's chorea is a symptom of Huntington's disease, a progressive neurological disorder. There is no cure for Huntington's, but symtoms like chorea can be treated with medication and therapy. Chorea refers to involuntary movements that are irregular and not repetitive, but may seem to flow or appear dance-like.

There is currently only one drug in the US that has been approved by the FDA to treat Huntington's chorea--Xenazine (tetrabenazine), a VMAT inhibitor--but other antipsychotic drugs are sometimes also prescribed.
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Huntington's Chorea:
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VMAT Inhibitors

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