Criteria of the hypermobility syndrome 4/5 (2)

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Diagnostic criteria (reference: Grahame R, Bird R, Child CH J. Rheum 2000):

2 Major, 1 Minor, or 1 Major and Two Minor. Exclude: Ehlers-Danlos- and Marfan's syndrome:

  • Major
    • 1. Beighton scores at least 4 / 9
    • 2. Arthralgia for more than 3 months in 4 or multiple joints
  • Minor
    • 1. Beighton 1,2 or 3 of 9 (0 - 3 if age over 50 years)
    • 2. Arthralgia more than 3 months in 1-3 joints, or back pain for more than 3 months, spondylosis, spondylolysis or spondylolisthesis
    • 3. luxations or subluxation in more than 1 joints, or relapsing. Luxation of one joint
    • 4. Soft tissue rheumatism in three or more localizations (eg epicondylitis, tenosynovitis, bursitis)
    • 5. Marfanoid habitus (see Marfan's syndrome, Skeleton)
    • 6 Abnormal skin (eg striae, hyperelastic, thin or papyrus -scars)
    • 7. Eye (hanging eyelid, myopia, anti-mongoloid bias)
    • 8. Varicose veins, hernia (stool), uterine / rectal prolapse

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