A 60-Year-Old Woman with Chorea and Weight Loss

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Vick, A., Kraemer, R.R., Morris, J.L. et al. A 60-Year-Old Woman with Chorea and Weight Loss. J GEN INTERN MED 27, 747–751 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-011-1928-x

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KEY WORDS

  • diagnostic reasoning
  • clinical problem solving
  • dual process theory
  • illness scripts
  • chorea
  • paraneoplastic syndrome