Neurodevelopmental atypisms in the context of joint hypermobility, hypermobility spectrum disorders, and Ehlers-Danlos syndromes

Joint hypermobility (JHM), defined as an increased range of joint motion, is a frequent somatic trait in the general population but also the hallmark of many of the hereditary disorders of connective tissue. Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) belong to this group of diseases and are characterized by tissue fragility, skin abnormalities, and JHM. Between JHM and EDS, there are the so-called hypermobility spectrum disorders (HSD), which is an umbrella term referring to people with symptomatic JHM who…

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