Hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction: A case report and a short review of hyperglycemia-related hemichorea at the euglycemic state.

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Glimepiride 2759 Subsequently, the patient was admitted, and oral hypoglycemic agents including Metformin (1000 mg/d) and Glimepiride (2 mg/d) were prescribed; intermittent subcutaneous insulin was administered if the blood sugar level
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diabetic ketoacidosis 7517 hyperglycemia-induced GABA depletion.[[10]] Thus, this finding reflects the rarity of hemichorea in patients with diabetic ketoacidosis .Our patient demonstrated a remissive course of involuntary movement and in absence of putaminal abnormalities
hyperglycemia 32 Title: MedicineHemichorea after hyperglycemia correctionA case report and a short review of hyperglycemia-related hemichorea at the euglycemic stateHsiao-Shan
hyperglycemia 92 Title: MedicineHemichorea after hyperglycemia correctionA case report and a short review of hyperglycemia -related hemichorea at the euglycemic stateHsiao-Shan ChoChien-Tai HongLung Chan NA.aDepartment of Neurology,
hyperglycemia 771 euglycemic state. In this report, we present an unusual case that developed delayed-onset hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction.Patient concerns:A 70-year-old man was admitted to neurology ward with symptoms of subacute
hyperglycemia 1015 and high level ketone body was incidentally noted. Hemichorea occurred in his left limbs 2 days after hyperglycemia correction.Diagnoses:Patient remained conscious, and no other focal neurological deficits were noted
hyperglycemia 1308 magnetic resonance imaging revealed no lesions in the putamen or subthalamus. A diagnosis of probable hyperglycemia -related hemichorea was made.Interventions:Haloperidol (2 mg, 3 times per day) was prescribed.Outcomes:Hemichorea
hyperglycemia 1592 months later.Lessons:Differential diagnosis of hemichorea should include delayed-onset hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction.Introduction1Hemichorea is an uncommon but remarkable neurological disorder associated with
hyperglycemia 1709 correction.Introduction1Hemichorea is an uncommon but remarkable neurological disorder associated with hyperglycemia . Elderly patients with type 2 diabetes, women, and the Asian population have a higher risk of hyperglycemic
hyperglycemia 1935 hemichorea.[[1]] The onset of hemichorea typically occurs at the hyperglycemic state and subsides after hyperglycemia correction. Here, we report a rare case of acute hemichorea that occurred after hyperglycemia correction.Case
hyperglycemia 2029 after hyperglycemia correction. Here, we report a rare case of acute hemichorea that occurred after hyperglycemia correction.Case report2A 70-year-old male patient presented to the emergency department with a 2-day
hyperglycemia 4331 case report, we present an unusual disease course, in which the involuntary movement occurred after hyperglycemia correction. In the literature, 2 cases of delayed-onset hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction have
hyperglycemia 4418 occurred after hyperglycemia correction. In the literature, 2 cases of delayed-onset hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction have been reported. Bizet et al[[2]] presented a case report of a 66-year-old woman with
hyperglycemia 4750 euglycemic state (blood sugar level: 84 mg/dL). However, because of the prolonged interval between hyperglycemia and onset of hemichorea, the relationship between them remains debatable. Taboada et al[[3]] reported
hyperglycemia 4937 Taboada et al[[3]] reported a case of an elderly female patient with transient ischemic attack and hyperglycemia (blood sugar level: 700 mg/dL) at the initial presentation. Hemichorea occurred 1 week after partial
hyperglycemia 5054 (blood sugar level: 700 mg/dL) at the initial presentation. Hemichorea occurred 1 week after partial hyperglycemia correction (blood sugar level: 486 mg/dL). However, the blood sugar level did not return to its normal
hyperglycemia 6707 hyperkinesia.[[3],[8]] Second, vasculopathy was hypothesized to be a possible mechanism. Long-term hyperglycemia causes hyperviscosity of blood, which leads to latent ischemia of the striatum and subsequent dyskinesia.[[3]]
hyperglycemia 6968 confirmed in most cases with unilateral lesions, it was partially supported by a striatal biopsy after hyperglycemia -related hemichorea, which showed neuron loss, gliosis, and reactive astrocytosis.[[9]] Ketone bodies
hyperglycemia 7102 which showed neuron loss, gliosis, and reactive astrocytosis.[[9]] Ketone bodies may play a role in hyperglycemia -related hemichorea. The absence of insulin leads to hyperglycemia and the release of free fatty acids
hyperglycemia 7168 Ketone bodies may play a role in hyperglycemia-related hemichorea. The absence of insulin leads to hyperglycemia and the release of free fatty acids from the adipose tissue, which are metabolized to ketone bodies
hyperglycemia 7403 β-hydroxybutyrate). Acetoacetatecan can be used as a GABA substitute to temporarily compensate for the hyperglycemia -induced GABA depletion.[[10]] Thus, this finding reflects the rarity of hemichorea in patients with
hyperglycemia 7691 involuntary movement and in absence of putaminal abnormalities on MRI, which support the hypothesis that hyperglycemia self plays a major pathogenetic role. Delayed chorea may due to temporarily compensate for the GABA
hyperglycemia 7986 limitations. First, ketone bodies level was not mentioned in the previous case reports for delayed hyperglycemia -related chorea.[[2],[3]] We are the first one who mentioned ketone bodies play a role in this condition,
hyperglycemia 8225 need for further studies to prove this hypothesis. Second, in a small review for hemichorea in ketotic hyperglycemia , no patient presented with delayed hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction.[[10]]Conclusion4Although
hyperglycemia 8291 review for hemichorea in ketotic hyperglycemia, no patient presented with delayed hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction.[[10]]Conclusion4Although a rare possibility, differential diagnosis of hemichorea should
hyperglycemia 8445 rare possibility, differential diagnosis of hemichorea should include delayed-onset hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction. We hypothesize that hyperglycemia-induced ketone bodies play a crucial role in delayed-onset
hyperglycemia 8491 hemichorea should include delayed-onset hemichorea after hyperglycemia correction. We hypothesize that hyperglycemia -induced ketone bodies play a crucial role in delayed-onset hemichorea; however, the underlying molecular

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