alexa Joint mobility and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, (EDS) new data based on 232 cases

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Joint mobility and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, (EDS) new data based on 232 cases

Hypermobility in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome was the first historical finding, and is still deemed by many to be a requirement for diagnosis. It was aptly described by Lauritz-Edvard Ehlers on December 15, 1900, at the Danish Society of Dermatology in Copenhagen.

Citation: Hamonet C, Brock I (2015) Joint Mobility and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, (EDS) New Data based on 232 Cases. J Arthritis 4:148.

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