Hypermobility sentence example
- There are three major clinical diagnostic criteria for EDS classical type: skin hyperextensibility, unusually wide scars, and joint hypermobility.
- There are two major clinical diagnostic criteria for EDS hypermobility type.
- These include skin involvement (either hyperextensible skin or smooth and velvety skin) and generalized joint hypermobility.
- These include severe generalized joint hypermobility and bilateral hip dislocation present at birth.
- Symptoms of EDS within this category may include soft, mildly stretchable skin, shortened bones, chronic diarrhea, joint hypermobility and dislocation, bladder rupture, or poor wound healing.Advertisement
- This unusual flexibility is called hypermobility.
- Structural disorders such as flat feet, hyperextended knees (genu recurvatum), and hypermobility syndrome (joints that can move beyond the normal range of motion) may predispose a person to developing leg cramps.