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Late-onset chorea after cerebral revascularization as a clinical manifestation of moyamoya disease

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Pilar Enríquez-Ruano MD: data collection, case description, analysis of the case, review of literature, writing the draft.

Cristian Eduardo Navarro MD MSc: conceptualization, review of literature, writing, and editing the manuscript.

Natalia Penagos MD: revision of the manuscript.

Oscar Mauricio Espitia MD: conceptualization, editing the manuscript.

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Enríquez-Ruano, P., Navarro, C.E., Penagos, N. et al. Late-onset chorea after cerebral revascularization as a clinical manifestation of moyamoya disease. Neurol Sci 42, 3027–3030 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10072-021-05189-z

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