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  1. bb100

    bb100 Bronze Member

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    diagnosis?

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    I can do this
    Could be as simple as being "doubled jointed"
    But I know where you're going with it
     

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    the patient hashyperextensible joints as demonstrated in the image. but the fingers don't seem unusually long, so i guess it is not Marfan's

    Differentials

    Ehlers Danlos
    Pseudoxanthoma elasticum ( although lose joints is not mentioned in the texts, i know a person with this condition and he does have ligamentous laxity )
    Cutis laxa
     

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    Its Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
     

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    Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
     

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    Correct Answer :Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
     

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