How does Sydenham chorea occur in Streptococcal infection?

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Sydenham Chorea is due to autoimmune response of the body to streptococcal antigen that alters the neuronal function in the brain.
answered Apr 28, 2012 by Angrybird Sresta Medical student (607 points)