hypermobile joint syndrome

hypermobile joint syndrome

(1) Joint hypermobility syndrome
A common benign childhood condition involving hypermobile joints which can move beyond the normal range of motion (ROM).
 
Clinical findings
Pain in knees, fingers, hips, elbows, increased tendency to dislocate, increased in scoliosis, which usually improves with age.
 
(2) Systemic joint laxity
A generalised increase in joint mobility, which may be seen in various rheumatic conditions associated with TMJ dysfunction.

hypermobile joint syndrome

Orthopedics
1. Joint hypermobility syndrome A common benign childhood condition involving hypermobile joints that can move beyond the normal ROM Clinical Pain in knees, fingers, hips, elbows, ↑ tendency to dislocate, ↑ in scoliosis, which usually improves with age.
2. Systemic joint laxity  A generalized ↑ in joint mobility, which may be seen in various rheumatic conditions, associated with TMJ dysfunction.