Boukadir Chahrazad,* Ouardi Souhila, Bouchaour Smail, Boukhalfa Meriem, Khalfaoui Meriem, Kasmi Lynda, Ali Guechi Yasmine, Lahouassa Khalil, Zemmouchi Nadjoua, Meftah Chanez, Khalef Sadek, Kassouri Nora, Amer El Khedoud Wahiba
Department of Neurology, Ben Aknoun Hospital, Algiers, Algeria
*Corresponding author: Boukadir Chahrazad, Department of Neurology, Ben Aknoun Hospital, Algiers, Algeria, Tel: 213558753365; E-mail: [email protected]
Received Date: December 14, 2022
Published Date: Jaunary 09, 2023
Citation: Chahrazad B, et al. (2023). The Different Clinical Phenotypes of Huntington's Disease, About Ten Families. Mathews J Neurol. 7(1):21.
Copyrights: Chahrazad B, et al. © (2023).
Huntington’s disease (HD) is an inherited autosomal-dominant neurodegenerative disorder characterized by motor, cognitive and psychiatric disorders that have a major impact on daily, family, professional and social life. we report the case of ten different families affected by huntington's disease in order to draw attention to the different clinical aspects and modes of revelation of this disease.
Keywords: Huntington's Disease, Psychiatric Disorders, Choreic Movements, CAG Trinucleotide Expansion.