- Chordee, Williamson, Farr. Clin. Mat. Med., p. 72; Gonorrhea, Houard, Hah. Mo., vol. 5, p. 8; Chorea (2 cases), Houard, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 1, pp. 65-6; Hah. Mo., vol. 5, p. 10; Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 331; Preston, Hah. Mo., vol. 8, p. 375; Spooner, Raue's Rec., 1873, p. 206.
Sitting: lower extremities in constant motion.
Throwing his head backwards and then forwards; chorea.
Cannot keep her hands for a minute in same position.
Could with much difficulty carry hands to mouth, and in attempting to do this occasionally hand would be thrown over head or to side of face.
Inability to walk and stand: twitching of muscles.
Walking: drags her legs; pain in knees.
Driving her out of bed: chorea.
Tremulousness in evening; great prostration.
Convulsive, uncontrollable movements of back, arms and legs.
Twitching of muscles and shrugging of shoulders, returning every day; child could not stand; jerking up of lower limbs, complete inability to walk or stand; acute aching in right ear, every night between midnight and morning, driving her out of bed; constant motion of hands and arms. ~ Chorea.
Constant contortions of face; throwing his head backwards and then forwards with a jerk; could with much difficulty carry hands to mouth, and in attempting to do this occasionally hand would be thrown over head or to side of face; frequent feeling of oppression and difficult breathing; restless at night during sleep; has become thin and emaciated. ~ Chorea.
Twitches of muscles of face and of upper extremities; puts out her tongue with great difficulty; convulsive movements of shoulders, keeps her hands in constant motion; gait unsteady; mouth and eyes open and shut in rapid succession, over which she has no control; it is with difficulty that she can carry anything to mouth; lower extremities constantly in motion while sitting; drags her legs when walking. ~ Chorea.
Constantly jerking head to right side, occasionally drops head on shoulder, sometimes twists his head around to right side; twitching in muscles of back and arms; pain in knees when walking; when attempting to control these involuntary motions respiratory muscles are affected to such an extent that he cannot get his breath until he takes a deep inspiration. ~ Chorea.
Chorea; arms and limbs in constant motion; facial muscles distorted, could not help herself; headache; vertigo; grating of teeth at night; quiet during sleep; agg. in morning.
Cannot keep her hands for a minute in same position; twitches of muscles of face; constant restlessness; inordinately sensitive, so much so that she could not be persuaded to reply to questions.