chorea

Chorea vs Tic - What's the difference?

chorea | tic |


As a noun chorea

is an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

As an initialism tic is

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Hemiballism vs Chorea - What's the difference?

hemiballism | chorea |


As nouns the difference between hemiballism and chorea

is that hemiballism is hemiballismus while chorea is an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

Chorea - What does it mean?

chorea | |

Tetany vs Chorea - What's the difference?

tetany | chorea |


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between tetany and chorea

is that tetany is (medicine) a condition characterized by painful muscular spasms, caused by faulty calcium metabolism while chorea is (medicine) any of the various (l) of the (l) characterized by (l) (l) movements of the face and extremities; [http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/st_vitus's_dance st vitus's dance].

As nouns the difference between tetany and chorea

is that tetany is (medicine) a condition characterized by painful muscular spasms, caused by faulty calcium metabolism while chorea is an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

Titany vs Chorea - What's the difference?

titany | chorea |


As a noun chorea is

an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

Choreal vs Chorea - What's the difference?

choreal | chorea |


As an adjective choreal

is (pathology) of, pertaining to, or exhibiting chorea.

As a noun chorea is

an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

Choree vs Chorea - What's the difference?

choree | chorea |


As nouns the difference between choree and chorea

is that choree is chorea while chorea is an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

Chored vs Chorea - What's the difference?

chored | chorea |


As a verb chored

is (chore).

As a noun chorea is

an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

Chorea vs Chores - What's the difference?

chorea | chores |


As nouns the difference between chorea and chores

is that chorea is an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l) while chores is .

Chore vs Chorea - What's the difference?

chore | chorea |


As an adjective chore

is .

As a noun chorea is

an (l) (l) (l) accompanied by a (l).

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