hypermobility


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hypermobility

(ˌhaɪpəməʊˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Medicine) med an extension of the joints beyond normal capacity
Translations
hyperlaxité

hy·per·mo·bil·i·ty

n. hipermobilidad, movilidad excesiva.
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The exact mechanism by which the appendix became incarcerated into the Pfannenstiel incision is unknown but may be attributed to underlying hypermobility of the cecum or progressive inflammation leading to adhesion formation from previous surgery.
They described the downward motion of the acromial fragment during active shoulder elevation, linking the os acromiale hypermobility to the pathogenesis of the rotator cuff tear.
DENVER - The common denominator between joint hypermobility and panic disorder might lie in the significantly enlarged amygdalae shown to be present in individuals with lax joints in a recent study.
While the algorithm concentrates on limited range of movement, some patients may have excessive range of movement at the joint due to hypermobility syndrome.
Our clinical evaluation confirms that she has a hypermobility syndrome, and we provide recommendations on how to best manage her pain and on a physical therapy regimen designed to improve her muscle tone and reduce the chance of future injuries.
In early 2010, I was finally diagnosed with joint hypermobility syndrome [a condition where a person's joints have an unusually large range of movement].
Objective: This study aimed to investigate the relationship between descent at point Aa of the pelvic organ prolapse quantification (POP-Q) system that is a midline point on the anterior vaginal wall, 3 cm proximal to the external urethral meatus and mean Q-tip straining angle for urethrovesical junction hypermobility.
2), (17-20) Some patients exhibiting hypermobility in other joints may exhibit greater mobility in their TMJ, possibly predisposing them to a TMD, (21) Even certain pre-existing occlusal discrepancies may be potential factors in the development of future TMJ disease.
to establish a new economic regime based on capital hypermobility and labour flexibility and to curb the social turmoil generated at the foot of the urban order by the public policies of market deregulation and social welfare retrenchment that are core building blocks of neo-liberalism.
Moreover, hypermobility reduces the motivation of citizens to spend time in their communities or participate in democratic processes.
4) Bladder neck hypermobility has been shown to correlate with SUI, but specific reference values have not yet been agreed upon.
Several investigators assessed, in actuality, articular flexibility but described it as laxity, (2-9) mobility, or hypermobility.