hypermobile


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Related to hypermobile: hypermobile patella
Translations
hyperlaxe

hypermobile

adj hipermóvil
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In these cases, the ASA is usually large and/or hypermobile and is associated with a large amount of blood being shunted between the atria due to a PFO or septal defect.
Mutations and deletions of the TNXB gene (tenascin-X) lead to a form of hypermobile EDS.
This can be used for procedures such as the temporal brow lift, levatorlabiisuperioris, nasal flare, mental crease, facial asymmetry, upper lip wrinkling, hypermobile upper lip, Crow's feet, facial palsy and in aging of the neck.
"My joints were hypermobile so it was something that was always likely to happen, but the injury against Middlesbrough made the whole thing happen years before it probably would have done.
"For children that may be hypermobile, sitting in the "W" position may overstretch the joints and can weaken the trunk muscles as they are not required to be active."
Based on its relation to sacrum, coccyx's mobility has been categorized into four types: (i) rigid, when fused with the sacrum; (ii) normal, once there is flexion or extension within 5[degrees]-25[degrees] on dynamic radiography; (iii) hypermobile, when the range of movement exceeds 25[degrees]; and (iv) dislocated, when it is located posterior to the sacrum.
Dr Sally Pezaro is a finalist for the British Journal of Midwifery (BJM) Midwife of the Year for her work to improve diagnosis, care and awareness of hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (HEDS) among mothers and pregnant women.
Here in mid Wales we bask in the shade of the contrails from the aircraft of the hypermobile, and fret about our rubbish and recycling.
First, it's impossible to know if other parts of Meghan's body are hypermobile. Second, hypermobility can also cause some problems.
Hypermobile dancers lack sufficient muscle receptors.
Further classification of EDS into subgroups and delineation of hypermobile EDS (hEDS) are discussed below.