Danlos

Dan·los

(dahn'los),
Henri A., French dermatologist, 1844-1912. See: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
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Malin, who has the condition Ehlers Danlos Type 6b, says it was harder at his primary, where he was unable to use his electric wheelchair.
Suffering from a severe form of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) meant the slightest move could leave the 28-year-old in agony and trigger multiple dislocations across her body.
Here, Helen York, who has Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, which gives a person chronic pain, shares her top tips on preparing for a trip and making sure it goes smoothly.
Ehlers y Danlos compilaron las caracteristicas pertinentes y delimitaron exactamente el fenotipo de este grupo de trastornos.
Emma Cowie, 30, has a rare form of Ehlers Danlos syndrome (EDS), a progressive condition that strikes one in every 5000 people.
Jessica's world was 'turned upside down' when she was diagnosed with the rare condition Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) two years ago.
The singer has organised a fashion show featuring models with life-limiting illnesses to raise money for Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Beauty with a Purpose.
Ruth Appleby, 31, and Catherine Davies, 26, who have a rare condition called ehlers danlos syndrome
Peate, from Ormskirk, West Lancashire, already suffers from Ehlers Danlos syndrome that means her hyper-flexible joints are more prone to dislocation than other people.
Danlos drew attention to the peculiar cigarette paper scars and pseudotumor formation of the skin and also laid down four diagnostic criteria, namely, hyperelasticity of skin, fragility of skin, hypermobility of joints and subcutaneous molluscus pseudotumor formation.
Histomorphometric parameters and susceptibility to neutrophil elastases degradation of : elastic fibers from healthy individuals and patients with Marfan syndrome, Ehlers Danlos type IV, and pseudoxanthoma elasticum.
This was the case for 25% of patients suffering from Marfan syndrome and 50% of patients suffering from Ehlers Danlos disease, and accounted for 33% of patients in Finland, Spain, the United Kingdom and Ireland, and 50% of patients in Austria, Denmark, Germany, Romania, Sweden and Poland.