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Generalized joint laxity (ligamentous laxity)

Generalized joint laxity, also referred to as hypermobility syndrome, was described for the first time in the sixties  of the last century. It is a group of disorders which have their origin in the failure of correct functioning of the connective tissue. This disorder is inherited and manifests itself as an increased range of motion in the joints as well as the laxity of the  ligamentous apparatus of joints. These symptoms may be accompanied by other changes within  the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue.


Etiologically the hypermobility syndrome  belongs to a group of inherited disorders of connective tissue. There is an imbalance in the proportion of collagen I and III. Hypermobility is a dominantly inherited  disorder and connected with the female gender.


The frequency of the occurrence of constitutional hypermobility is about over a dozen percent of the population. This disorder occurs more commonly  in women than men, it is also the most common in Asians,  while less seldom occurs in whites and blacks. It mainly affects  young people and the most visible signs of hypermobility can be noticed within this group.


Clinically the constitutional hypermobility syndrome is characterized by symptoms originating in the musculoskeletal system, but not only. The most characteristic symptom of this disease  is the ability to perform the movements of the joints  in much more extended range, which is caused by excessive laxity of the ligaments and joint capsules. The most common of these movements  is the ability to perform the forward bend with the hands positioned on the floor, setting a hand on hand on the back,  or pulling  the thumb to the forearm. This disorder is usually accompanied by pain, mainly in the area of the  lower extremities joints , most often the diffuse pain , which may be followed  by swelling and joint subluxation. The generalized joint laxity often leads to the abnormal posture of the body , including the kyphosis of the  trunk,  hypertrophy  of the knee joints, as well as feet defects , such as  flat feet and hallux valgus.


People affected by this syndrome often  have difficulty in  maintaining one position for a long time, the tendency to hyperactivity, restlessness and wriggling  as well as the sense of a lack of confidence and stability in the joints. Due to the hypermobility of joints and the associated change in body shape, people affected by the disease  often show uncertainty during walking and running, they have a tendency to fall down and  show  poorer motor coordination than their peers. People suffering from hypermobility usually have a slim, petite figure which, with time,  often changes into the obese form susceptible to the decreasing  tolerance of  loads. In this case, any movement causes fatigue and pain syndromes.


Along with the occurrence of the hypermobility of the joints,  there is an increased  extensibility of the skin, which is usually thin, and  the premature  occurrence of wrinkles and stretch marks, as well as the tendency to the formation of uneven scarring, and even keloid formation. These people are often affected by another connective tissue disease - fibromyalgia. Also, there is a higher frequency of the occurrence of other  diseases and disorders, such as increased vascular fragility, tendency to develop  the varicose veins and herniation, as well as psychiatric disorders such as anxiety and depression.



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