Arms and legs move abnormally, at risk of "Korea movement disorders"

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Abnormal movements similar toslotxo dancing There is a continuous fast movement. Irregular strokes in the fingers, hands, feet, and arms or legs is a group of abnormal movements, Korea (Chorea), recommends consulting a doctor
What is Chorea Movement Disorder?
Dr. Somsak Ankasil, Director-General of the Medical Department, revealed that Chorea Movement Disorder is a movement disorder in the form of movement. twist or roll Unpredictable direction or pattern, like dancing, may be found on one arm or leg. or half or as a whole
Most of the patients are unable to stop this abnormal movement. but often mask the symptoms by using the arm or leg to do other activities instead, such as having a coria on the hand Patients often hold buttons back and forth like button fasteners to mask symptoms, etc., or may have symptoms that cannot force themselves to stay in one position for a long time, such as holding hands but not squeezing the examiner's hand, etc. These symptoms It often interferes with the patient's daily activities, for example. Picked up things and dropped them, dropped them, couldn't grab them. Walking, rocking or falling, etc., if you have such symptoms, you should see a doctor for treatment
Causes of abnormal movements, Korea (Chorea)
Dr. Thanin Wetchapinan, Director of the Institute of Neurology added that There are many reasons for the occurrence of korea. categorized as a genetic disease and the cause after The most common genetic disease that causes Korea is Huntington's disease, which is often found in young people and is often accompanied by psychiatric symptoms.
The cause that happened later There are many common factors:
Stroke in certain locations of the brain
Immunologic condition, an abnormal response to a bacterial infection
electrolyte abnormalities or from the use of certain drugs
Treatment of movement disorders, Korea (Chorea)
Treatment for genetic disease At present, there is no cure for the disease. It is usually the only treatment to control colitis and psychiatric symptoms. Family planning is therefore an important aspect of patient care. The purpose is to reduce transmission from generation to generation. and reduce the number of patients with symptoms in that family Treatment of underlying causes often involves looking into the cause. and spot correction, therefore, if the patient has suspected symptoms, Koria should see a doctor to assess the cause for further proper treatment

Posted 20 Jul 2021

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