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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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Physicians, physiotherapists and trainers are advised to evaluate joint hypermobility before prescribing exercise.
Dancer hypermobility status was assessed via the Beighton-Horan Laxity test, which has good to excellent reliability and is used clinically to measure generalized joint hypermobility.
Overall clinical joint hypermobility was found in 24 of the 60 (40%) subjects.
Another analysis that accounted for risks associated with obesity found that obese adolescents with joint hypermobility were particularly at high risk for knee pain, with an odds ratio of 1.
Joint hypermobility is far more prevalent among patients with panic disorder than in the general population.
There is hardly a clinical specialty to be found that is not touched in one way or another by joint hypermobility syndrome" (JHS), he said.
Joint hypermobility among university students in Iraq.
The first can result in a tall stature with long slim limbs, pectus carinatum, muscle hypotonia and joint hypermobility.
Vascular type Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is an inherited connective tissue disease, which is typified by tissue fragility, joint hypermobility, a tendency to bleed excessively and rupture of the uterus, the bowel and arteries.
He had generalised joint hypermobility, with a Beighton Score [greater than or equal to] 7/9 (knee hyperextension not assessed).

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