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Huntington's disease

Huntington's disease, also known as Huntington's chorea, is characterized by slow onset and progression of chorea and dementia. The disease is distributed worldwide, occurs in all races, and the population prevalence is about 5 / 100000. Waters (1842) first described the disease, and George Huntington (1872) gave a systematic description.

Symptoms

Lupus erythematosus

Respiratory failure

Hodgkin's disease

hay asthma

Periampullary carcinoma

Purulent meningitis

Jaundice

Regressive fever

Clonorchiasis sinensis

Kala Azar

Ascaris lumbricoides

cholera

Mixed chronic altitude sickness

Cardiovascular impairment in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

Hughes Stovin syndrome

Acquired arteriovenous fistula

Cold drink cough

Dumb throat

Acquired tricuspid regurgitation

Chemical liquid inhalation

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