Huntington's diseaseHun·ting·ton's disease
a progressive hereditary chorea, accompanied by increasing mental deterioration
sometimes called Huntington's chorea
Origin of Huntington's diseaseafter G. Huntington (1851-1916), United States physician
A rare inherited disease of the central nervous system characterized by progressive dementia, abnormal posture, and involuntary movements. The typical age of onset is between 30 and 50 years. Also called Huntington's chorea.
Origin of Huntington's diseaseAfter George Huntington, (1851?–1916), American physician.
- (dated) Huntington's chorea.