chorea

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kore
kore hastalığı
yüzde
kollarda ve bacaklarda tikler meydana getiren bir çocuk hastalığ
{i} kora
(Tıp) Kore, vücudu titreten ve sıçratan sinir hasatlığı (St. Vitus Dance)
{i} istemsiz kas hareketleriyle başlayan bir hastalık
korak
dance
{f} dans etmek

Tom istemediği sürece Mary ile dans etmek zorunda değildir. - Tom doesn't have to dance with Mary unless he wants to.

Isadora Duncan öyle zarafetle dans etti ki Avrupa'da dans etmek için davet edildi. - Isadora Duncan danced with such grace that she was invited to dance in Europe.

dance
{i} dans

Jig, reel ve hornpipe en popüler İrlanda danslarıdır. - Jig, reel and hornpipe are the most popular irish dances.

Benimle dans etmek ister misin? - Would you like to dance with me?

dance
{i} balo

Tom lise balosunda Mary ve sadece diğer üç kız ile dans etti. - Tom danced with Mary and only three other girls at the high school prom.

Baloya gelmeme izin ver; Ben de dans etmek istiyorum. - Let me come to the ball; I, too, would like to dance.

dance
{f} dans ettirmek
dance
dans etme

Ben güneşi sevmiyorum, yağmuru ve onun altında dans etmeyi seviyorum. - I don't like the sun, I prefer the rain and dance under it.

Benimle dans etmek ister misin? - Would you like to dance with me?

dance
eğlence

Dans etmeni izlemek eğlenceli. - It's fun to watch you dance.

huntington chorea
huntington koresi
dance
{i} dans müziği

O bir dans müziği plağı aldı. - She has bought a record of dance music.

dance
{i} dans, raks, oyun
dance
dance in attendance birinin etrafında dört dönmek
dance
(Tıp) Beyindeki bir lezyona bağlı olarak gelişen istemdışı düzensiz vücut hareketleri (Koredeki hareketler gibi)
dance
{f} oynamak
dance
{i} oyun

O birçok halk oyunu biliyor. - He knows many folk dances.

dance
{i} danslı parti
dance
{f} oynatmak
dance
sıçramak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any of various diseases of the nervous system characterized by involuntary muscular movements of the face and extremities; St. Vitus's dance
An ancient Greek circle dance accompanied by a chorus
convulsive nervous movements, both involuntary and irregular
dance
Greek word for dance Chorea describes how people affected with HD writhe, twist, and turn in a constant, uncontrollable dance-like motion
disease characterized by convulsions and contortions
Any of various diseases of the nervous system characterized by involuntary muscular movements of the face and extremities; St. Vituss dance
A sudden, graceful but involuntary movement of arms or legs
Involuntary twitching of the muscles and uncoordinated movements
Neurological disorder causing irregular, involuntary, purposeless movements. It is believed to be caused by degeneration of the basal ganglia in the cerebral cortex. Sydenham chorea (St. Vitus dance) is usually associated with rheumatic fever. It usually occurs between ages 5 and 15, more often in girls. Typical jerking movements, mostly in the extremities and face, may affect speech and swallowing and range from mild to incapacitating; attacks last several weeks and recur frequently. Senile chorea, a progressive disease resembling Sydenham chorea, usually occurs late in life. Huntington chorea is rare, hereditary, and fatal. It usually begins between ages 35 and 50 and progresses to random, often violent, and eventually totally incapacitating spasms, absent only during sleep. Mental deterioration begins later, and death occurs in 10-20 years. There is no effective therapy. Children of those afflicted have a 50% chance of developing the illness
A type of dyskinesia characterised by rapid dance-like movements
any of several degenerative nervous disorders characterized by spasmodic movements of the body and limbs
{i} any of a number of diseases of the nervous system characterized by muscle spasms
A type of dyskinesia characterised by rapid dance-like movements Sinemet® is a registered trademark of DuPont Merck
involuntary, dance-like movement of the extremities and head
Any of various disorders of the nervous system that are characterized by a continuous sequence of rapid, jerky movements that appear choreographed but are involuntary
St
A disorder, usually of childhood, characterized by irregular, spasmodic involuntary movements of the limbs or facial muscles
chorea in dogs
Vitus's dance; a disease attended with convulsive twitchings and other involuntary movements of the muscles or limbs
(St Vitus' Dance) - nervous disorder
Huntington's chorea
A hereditary disorder of the basal ganglia that leads to progressive loss of motor coordination
Sydenham's chorea
A disease characterized by rapid, uncoordinated jerking movements affecting primarily the face, feet and hands
Huntington chorea
They begin with occasional jerking or writhing movements, which are absent during sleep, and progress to random, uncontrollable, and often violent twitchings and jerks. Symptoms of mental deterioration begin later and include memory loss, dementia, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia. There is no effective therapy or cure, and the disease invariably proves fatal. A child of a person with Huntington chorea has a 50% chance of developing the disease
Huntington chorea
Relatively rare, hereditary neurological disease that is characterized by irregular and involuntary movements of the muscles. Huntington chorea is caused by a genetic mutation that causes degeneration of neurons in a part of the brain that controls movement. Symptoms usually appear between ages 35 and
canine chorea
chorea in dogs
huntington's chorea
hereditary disease; develops in adulthood and ends in dementia
sydenham's chorea
chorea occurring chiefly in children and associated with rheumatic fever
chorea