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Is there a cure for rheumatic chorea?

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Dr. Bennett Machanic answered

Specializes in Neurology

Rheumatic fever can be associated with sydenham's chorea, which can often be controlled with medication. Typically, as the rheumatic fever resolves, the chorea should likewise remit, but this could involve a period of several weeks to months. A neurologist with experience in movement disorders should be able to help.

Answered Oct 25, 2019

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