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hypermobile

Referring to a greater than normal range of motion.
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It is clear that it is not certain whether the individuals who are considered hypermobile by various scoring systems would definitely have a history of musculoskeletal system problems or would develop such problems in their lifetime.
The (benign) joint hypermobility syndrome, or hypermobility syndrome (HMS), is defined as the occurrence of musculoskeletal symptoms in hypermobile subjects in the absence of demonstrable systemic rheumatological disease.
She also has a condition called hypermobile which means her hands and feet are very flexible - as well as flat feet, and wears insoles.
Because of poor imaging quality with TTE, transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) was performed and two hypermobile and snake-like thrombi in the right atrium were demonstrated (Fig.
Calum has hypermobile joints, which cause him to tire much quicker than the rest of us, and that, along with his immaturity, can make trips out quite difficult.
But, in the age of hypermobile capital and flexible work, this cyclical alternation has been replaced by the continual contraction of welfare, leading to its replacement by supervisory programs aimed at pushing recipients into low-wage labor slots (Peck, 2001), and the unleashing of a diligent and belligerent penal bureaucracy.
Grahame: Hypermobile subjects should be encouraged to achieve maximal fitness at all ages as a means of avoiding many of the musculoskeletal lesions to which they are predisposed by virtue of their fragile tissues.
Tore Sager discusses hypermobile society, where individuals can travel anywhere, any time they choose, by whatever means they wish.
Anatomically, the leakage is caused either by a failure of the external sphincter muscle at the neck of the bladder to close completely, or because the urethra is hypermobile and moves out of the normal position.
In her best-selling book Shock Doctrine, Naomi Klein lays the original sin of Bushite misgovernance at the feet of an unlikely source: Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, the "grand guru of the movement for unfettered capitalism and the man credited with writing the rulebook for the contemporary hypermobile global economy.