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Mike Moore Dr. Moore
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Ehlers danloss symdrome ?

Mike Moore Dr. Moore
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Ehlers danloss symdrome ?

"Ehlers–Danlos": Ehlers–danlos syndrome (also known as "cutis hyperelastica") is an inherited tissue disorder caused by a defect in the body's synthesis of collagen. Collagen in connective tissue helps tissues to resist deformation. In the skin, muscles, ligaments, blood vessels and organs, collagen plays a very significant role and with increased elasticity or "stretchiness" they may not work right. ...Read more

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Hypermobility Syndrome (Definition)

Described as a condition where joints are able to move loosely beyond their ...Read more


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Could I have type 3 (hypermobility) ehlers danlos syndrome or hypermobility syndrome? My parents don't have eds.

Could I have type 3  (hypermobility) ehlers danlos syndrome or hypermobility syndrome? My parents don't have eds.

Unlikely.: Ehlers danlos is an inherited condition, so if it doesn't run in your family, it's very unlikely that you have it. If your joints are unusually flexible you may just be more limber than normal. But if you are worried about it, see your doctor and find out for sure. ...Read more

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Is patellofemoral syndrome typically associated with marfan's syndrome?

Is patellofemoral syndrome typically associated with marfan's syndrome?

PFS can happen: Marfan syndrome patients can get aches and pains in many joints because of the looser ligaments trying to hold the joints together at rest and under physical stress. Patellofemoral syndrome is common in normal, active school-aged children, so it is hard to tell whether or not it occurs more often in marfan syndrome kids. ...Read more

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What is joint hypermobility syndrome?

What is  joint hypermobility syndrome?

Fingers bend back: Hypermobility is diagnosed when several joints extend ( move backwards ) more than they should, elbows small knucles and knees are common. It is not serious generally, and found in many gymnasts and indian rubber circus people. ...Read more

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What is joint hypermobility syndrome?

What is joint hypermobility syndrome?

Painful Joints: Joints that exceed their normal range of motion are "hypermobile". The condition is found mostly in women and has genetic relationships. There is an association of joint hypermobility and #fibromyalgia. Hypermobile joints potentiate people who have this condition to mechanical injury. ...Read more

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Is there any pain relief from ehlers danlos syndrome hypermobility?

Is there any pain relief from ehlers danlos syndrome hypermobility?

Difficult problem: Because of vascular bleeding it is difficult to give you a definitive answer. You are better off going to a pain clinic preferably at a teaching hospital where they can taylor make a pain medicine cocktail for you, since they would have more experience with your type of problem. ...Read more

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Has anyone heard of ehlers danlos syndrome causes?

Has anyone heard of ehlers danlos syndrome causes?

Genetics: Ehlers-danlos is a genetic condition. There are no other known causes. ...Read more

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How rare is having ehler danlos syndrome?

How rare is having ehler danlos syndrome?

Ehlers-Danlos: The frequency of ehlers-danlos syndrome (all types) has been reported as 1 per 5000 to 1 per 10, 000 in the population. The exact prevalence and incidence of ehlers-danlos syndrome is unknown. Ed is a family of conditions that share a common decrease in the tensile strength and integrity of the skin, joints, and other connective tissues. ...Read more

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Is the hypermobile type of ehlers danlos disorder constant in families?

Is the hypermobile type of ehlers danlos disorder constant in families?

Simple Response YES: Ehlers-danlos syndrome is a life-long condition that people are born with. It is caused by an abnormal gene. In most cases, people get ehlers-danlos syndrome when they get the abnormal gene from either their mother or father. Ehlers-danlos syndrome involves the body’s connective tissues, which are the tissues that make up and support the skin, bones, blood vessels, and other organs. ...Read more

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Can ehler's danlos syndrome lead to aaa?

Can ehler's danlos syndrome lead to aaa?

Type IV can: Ehlers-danlos syndrome is a genetic disorder of the collagen fibers in the body (the stuff that keeps the tissues tough). There are several types. It is type IV which may lead to aneurysms, ruptures, or dissections. There are genetic tests that can be done to diagnose this. If you have it, regular screening of the large vessels (aorta) with a ct scan is recommended. ...Read more

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Is cystic medial necrosis associated with ehlers-danlos syndrome (eds)?

Yes: Eds is a disease of the connective tissue with several sub-types. The connective tissue layer of the arteries can be affected and this can lead to cystic medial necrosis. This is a degenerative disease of the media of the aorta and other arteries with loss of elastic tissue and muscle cells. It is a pathological substrate for aortic dissection. Not all people affected get cmn. ...Read more

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Any relation between Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and gastric telangiectasias?

Any relation between Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and gastric telangiectasias?

Ehlers Danlos : This type of EDS is the result of mutations in type III collagen which is abundant in major blood vessels, skin, and hollow viscera. Diagnosis is based on presence of two of the following: thin, translucent skin, arterial/intestinal/uterine rupture,easy bruisability, and facial features. ...Read more

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Relationship between ehlers danlos sysndrome and multiple myeloma?

Relationship between ehlers danlos sysndrome and multiple myeloma?

Doubtful connection: I am unaware of any direct connection between these two conditions. ...Read more

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Is hypermobility syndrome different from the EDS hypermobility type? is so, how?

Hyper mobility: Yes there is a large difference as hyper mobile joints is just about flexibility where EDS is a genetic problem of connective tissue so involves several organs. ...Read more