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Created by dipity on Jan 19, 2010
Last updated: 09/27/10 at 07:11 PM
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This video is pretty self explanitory. :) It is called Sydenham's Chorea if you would like to look it up. i know it looks funny... you are aloud to laugh, i laugh at myself all the time. Thank you for watching! LOVE YOU ALL! MUAH!
I am lecturing on an article that I read pertaining to Sydenham's Chorea. I hope you enjoy this.
Chorea van Sydenham
BY DR AWADHESH KUMAR SHARMA,JHANSI
Artist: Nic Fanciulli Album: Materia Label: GU[MUSIC] Digital (Global Underground) Genre: Tech House www.electronicmusic.cc
www.anatomonics.com - Learn and memorize anatomy and physiology Memorize the Rheumatic fever with this audio mp3 mnemonic Rheumatic fever: Jones 5 major criteria SPACE : Subcutaneous nodules Pancarditis Arthritis Chorea Erythema Marginatum
Milkmaid Handshake with Sydenham's Chorea
My 6 year-old learns to walk again after being bed-ridden for six weeks with St Vitus Dance, aka Sydenhams Chorea. The illness lasted 12 weeks, and for six of those she was completely disabled, unable to move her limbs or speak. We looked after her at home as the excellent Consultants at Evelina Children's Hospital and Medway Hospital felt there was no benefit to her being kept in hospital, which we agreed with. She returned to school three months after the first signs of the illness became noticeable. The co-ordination of her eyes for reading was the last thing to recover after another two months. She has now made a complete recovery, all test results are clear, her handwriting is more untidy than before and that could be related but is not a problem for her. There is a chance the disease can re-occur in children up to around age 15 years.
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September 2008- This story originally aired in December 2007. In this special edition of FDA PSN, we are repeating some of the most important safety issues that continue to pose a public health concern. FDA is reminding healthcare practitioners about the importance of vaccinating children with cochlear implants against bacterial meningitis caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae. Two deaths from meningitis have been reported over the past year in children with cochlear implants. Neither of them had completed the recommended vaccinations against pneumococcus. Many parents of cochlear implant patients are not getting the message about immunizing these children against pneumococcus. A recent survey at Johns Hopkins revealed that despite repeated efforts to educate parents, up to 40 percent did not know their child's vaccination status. This suggests that at least some cochlear implant patients are not getting vital preventive care that can reduce the risk of a potentially life-threatening illness. To improve this situation, there are several recommendations that healthcare professionals should follow. Here are a few: • When caring for patients who have or will be getting cochlear implants, review their vaccination records to be sure they are current on all the immunizations recommended by CDC for this special patient population. Note that CDC considers children with cochlear implants as a high-risk group when it comes to invasive pneumococcal infections. • Teach parents and ...
the tongue be no more :O I'm talking about my illnesses Rhumatic Fever Sydenhams chorea and much more ... oh and showing u guys what u asked for!
Chorea are involuntary movement that jump from one place to anther, being unpredictable in time and place
this is my wife niki she has huntington's chorea this is a video i made for our 2 yearold twin girls hannah and savannah to remember there mom as they get older. Huntington's disease (HD), known historically as Huntington's chorea and chorea maior, is a rare inherited neurological disorder affecting up to approximately 1 person per 10000 people of Western European descent and 1 per 1000000 of Asian and African descent. It takes its name from the New York physician George Huntington who described it precisely in 1872 in his first medical paper. HD has been heavily researched in the last few decades and it was one of the first inherited genetic disorders for which an accurate test could be performed. Huntington's disease is caused by a trinucleotide repeat expansion in the gene coding for Huntingtin protein (Htt) and is one of several polyglutamine diseases. This expansion produces an altered form of the Htt protein, mutant Huntingtin (mHtt), which results in neuronal cell death in select areas of the brain. Huntington's disease itself isn't a terminal illness, but complications caused by it reduce life expectancy. Huntington's disease's most obvious symptoms are abnormal body movements called chorea and a lack of coordination, but it also affects a number of mental abilities and some aspects of behaviour. Physical symptoms occur in a large range of ages, with a mean occurrence in a person's late forties/early fifties. If the age of onset is below 20 years then it is known ...
Chorea in a hand