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double-jointed

having unusually flexible joints permitting an abnormal degree of motion of the parts
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The joint hypermobility group had significantly larger amygdalae, with increased gray matter volumes bilaterally, compared with the nonhypermobility group.
Joint hypermobility syndrome: inherited disorder of collagen synthesis (editorial).
Joint hypermobility is usually limited to the fingers.
SUI and urethral hypermobility at rest or with straining can be detected at this time.
3) female patients without hypermobility and with abdominal leak point pressures of 100 cm [H.
The "FemSoft" urethral insert, which incorporates a nonwoven material, returns voluntary control of urine loss in adult females with mild to severe stress urinary incontinence due to intrinsic sphincter deficiency or urethral hypermobility.
Tinkle, best-selling author of "The Joint Hypermobility Handbook: A Guide for the Issues & Management of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Hypermobility Type and the Hypermobility Syndrome," published by Left Paw Press, has once again furthered the knowledge of associated heart and migraine headaches hypermobile issues with several publications.
Women who already have joint hypermobility or are bearing more than one child at a time are also at higher risk," says Dr.
POTS has been associated with multiple connective tissue disorders, primarily joint hypermobility syndrome and Ehlers Danlos syndrome (EDS).
Lindsey, who also suf-suf fers from Crohn's disease, joint hypermobility syndrome and arthritis, added: "I have permanent damage to my eye and can see black shadows, I have nerve damage in my face and the tops of my gums.
Bethy Rose Bates has fibromyalgia and joint hypermobility syndrome, which causes severe pains in her muscles and bones.
Despite suffering from high-functioning autism, as well as other conditions including Tourette's syndrome, hypermobility, OCD, anxiety and depression, he has shown dedication on the golf course.