Joint hyperlaxity and musculoligamentous lesions: study of a population of homogeneous age, sex and physical exertion.

@article{Daz1993JointHA,
  title={Joint hyperlaxity and musculoligamentous lesions: study of a population of homogeneous age, sex and physical exertion.},
  author={M Acasuso D{\'i}az and Eduardo Collantes Est{\'e}vez and Pedro S{\'a}nchez Guijo},
  journal={British journal of rheumatology},
  year={1993},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={120-2}
}
A total of 675 male soldiers of the same age (17 years) and on the same physical exertion regimen were studied in order to determine the incidence of joint laxity and its potential relationship to the appearance of musculoligamentous lesions. They were investigated during their 2-month military training period, which involved the same heavy physical exertion for all the individuals. The degree of joint laxity was determined on the basis of five criteria involving the hand, elbow, knee and spine… CONTINUE READING

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