A 36-year-old female asked:
How common is bilateral hip dysplasia in eds patients. both hips dislocate when ever i relax my gluteus muscles. i am in severe pain. ?
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Nuclear Medicine 52 years experience
Not that uncommon: EDS I autosomal dom includes marked skin involvement (hyperextensibility,generalized joint hypermobility and complications (dislocations, subluxations, pes planus), muscular hypotonia, and delayed motor development. arthrochalasic type 7 autos dom characterized by severe generalized joint hypermobility with recurrent subluxations and congenital hip dislocation. Short stature due to kyphoscoliosis
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Last updated Apr 17, 2015
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