Chorea is a disease of the nervous system caused by the lesion of cerebral basal ganglia. Its symptoms include involuntary jerky movements of the limbs, trunk and facial muscles.
We believe that chorea is a pathocomplex-induced disease, which is either caused by direct pathocomplex-induced damage of cerebral basal ganglia or by circulatory disorders of these structures.
Theoretically, chorea, just like other pathocomplex-induced disease, should be completely eliminated with our method of treatment. However, so far, we have had no practical experience of treating this disease.