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  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Analysis

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    in Parctice (n.d.) reports that diagnosis of EDS is hampered by the fact that symptoms of EDS such as joint hypermobility, can mimic normal pre-adolescent growth. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome hypermobility type, also known as Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (EDS-HT/JHS), is the most common hereditary disorder of the connective tissue (HDCT). It is characterized by tissue fragility, joint hypermobility and a wide range of articular and non-articular manifestations, which often appear in infancy (Baeza-Velascoa

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

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    not really a part of the body that is left unaffected. Ehlers Danlos can be described as, “widespread manifestations in skin, ligaments, joints, blood vessels and internal organs” (De Paepe, Malfait 2012). Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, or EDS, causes hypermobility in the joints and connective tissues of the body, especially those of the musculoskeletal system. EDS can also cause “velvety” skin that is highly stretchable and elastic. Since the walls of the vascular structures

  • The Six Types Defined By Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

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    Classical Type (further divided in gravis and mitis types, the former being a milder version of the former), Hypermobility Type, Vascular Type, Kyphoscoliosis Type, Arthrochalasia Type, and Dermatosparaxis Type (Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, 2015) . For the former three types, current

  • Joint Hypermobility Case Study

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    gene abnormality responsible is either COL5A1 or COL5A2. The disease is diagnosed through clinical examination using the beighton diagnostic scale, a test to determine joint hypermobility as well as family history. Classical type is determined by in order of occurrence; skin hyperelasticity, Wide atrophic scars, joint hypermobility, velvety skin, easy bruising, subluxations and dislocations, flat feet, muscle hypotonia, gross motor disease, postoperative complications, tissue fragility. Although there

  • Ehlers Dalos Syndrome Research Paper

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    The most dominant type, hypermobility type, causes subluxation, dislocation and even tears in the joints. Vascular type, which is regarded as the most serious type, can cause organ or arterial rupture. Classical type has most of the qualities of Hypermobility type as well as hyperextendability of the skin. This is just to name a few of the six predominant types of EDS. Lots of people have Hypermobility type without even knowing it. One of the symptoms for hypermobility type of EDS is Cronin pain

  • Elhers-Danlos Syndrome

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    Classical, Hypermobility, Vascular and Arthrochalasia forms of EDS are transmitted as an autosomal dominant trait. Kyphoscoliosis and Dermatosparaxis type of EDS are transmitted as an autosomal recessive trait. Classical EDS results from a faulty collagen V genes. A decrease

  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Essay

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    various types and causes including, hypermobility, hypomobility, anterior or posterior rotation, or up slip of the pelvis. Types of Dysfunction Hypermobility – hypermobility within the joint causes decreased stability. Causes may be weak supporting muscles, trauma, or increased ligament laxity (hormonal). Often seen with pregnant women as the ligaments relax around the hip joint due to protein hormone Relaxin in preparation for birthing, this in turn causing hypermobility within the hips which can lead

  • Essay about Bravely J. Silver's Forces of Labour

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    mobility and modifications of modern processes of a global capital accumulation; of which both ushered under the archetype of what Silver calls the “rubric of globalization” (2003). In the analysis that follows, we shall evaluate the degree to which “hypermobility of productive capital” is hyped in explicating contemporary labor unrest. To this extent, we can now turn to explore the effect of Multinational Corporations on existing labor unrest. It has been shown that multinational corporations did enhance

  • Essay On Spinal Stenosis

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    It's estimated that as many as 75% of us will have some form of back or neck pain at some point in our lifetime. The good news is that most of us will recover without the need for surgery—and conservative care such as physical therapy usually gets better results than surgery. Spinal stenosis is one cause of back and neck pain. It affects your vertebrae (the bones of your back), narrowing the openings within those bones where the spinal cord and nerves pass through. Spinal stenosis is a narrowing

  • I Am Now At Fareham School Of Gymnastics 5

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    I saw the expression on my mother’s face. It was ashen. I had been diagnosed with hypermobility. This is where joints within the body can easily move past the normal range which is expected for that specific joint. Dr Kashef explained that if I got into gymnastics or dancing, it would