Elena Asso

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BACKGROUND A significant association between joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS) and panic disorder was observed in a sample of rheumatology outpatients. OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to assess whether JHS is more frequent in panic-disorder than in control subjects. METHOD The authors conducted a case-control study comparing 55 untreated patients(More)
Joint hypermobility (JH) is considered a common benign, hereditary, overlap, connective tissue disorder with a prevalence in the general population of about 10% in European populations and 25% in other ethnic groups. JH shows an association with mitral valve prolapse and fibromyalgia. However, the most significant and important association between joint(More)
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