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Sorting through different medications to see which one works best for you can be a daunting task for both the patient and sometimes his or her physician. When it comes to drugs to treat chorea from Huntington's disease, the process may be getting easier.
Huntington's disease is stubborn. It clings to a genetic defect passed down through families, and no current treatment slows its progression. But a new discovery may change that.
Genetic counseling is a wonderful tool to learn about your genes and the genes you are passing on to your children. Some fatal genetic disorders, such as Huntington’s disease, which causes some brain cells to waste away, may also be transferred genetically.
When admitted to a hospital emergency department, elderly patients who suffer from dementia and delirium often do not understand why they are there. They also tend to not understand ER discharge instructions.
Findings from a new study indicate a host of new clinical, functional, and neuroimaging tests are able to track the progression of Huntington's disease (HD) before outward symptoms begin to appear.