Assessment of the Benign Joint Hypermobile Syndrome among Sudanese’s Children in Al-Khartoum State from November 2011-May 2012

Background: Joint hyper mobility (JH) defines as ligamentous laxity, it is due to a primary genetic disorder of connective tissue matrix proteins, Moreover, it is highly associations with the risk of soft tissue injury, chronic widespread pain, and early degenerative

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