Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Systemic Involvement and Associated Comorbidities ~ I have tried to compile as much about EDS as I can in one place. I hope it helps. :)
JHS/H-EDS at a glance
Joint hypermobility Joint hypermobility (JHM), or the movement of certain joints beyond their normal range of movement occurs due to excess laxity of the ligaments that bind a bone to another bone in a joint. Such hyperlaxity of ligaments may arise from a variety of underlying causes and may be associated with many syndromes or disorders. Joint hypermobility is not uncommon, but often missed in clinical examinations. Joint hypermobility by itself is not a disease and in most people does not…
Hypermobility is one of the most typical symptoms of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. What does it mean to be hypermobile? This pic helps explain.
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You might observe some of these postural findings in kids with some types of EDS. Keep in mind that these findings do not confirm a diagnosis of EDS.