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Joint hypermobility is the condition in which joints can easily move beyond the normal range of motion. Joint hypermobility is classified on a spectrum, ranging from having no associated complications to several subtypes of hypermobility syndrome and hypermobile EDS (hEDS).
Hypermobility syndrome is listed as a musculoskeletal disease in the ICD-10 manual.
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- "Hypermobility Syndrome Tests, Symptoms and Treatment". MedicineNet. Retrieved Oct 9, 2019.
- "Hypermobile EDS and hypermobility spectrum disorders – The Ehlers-Danlos Support UK". Retrieved Oct 9, 2019.
- "ICD-10 Version:2016". icd.who.int. Retrieved Oct 9, 2019.
International Classification of Diseases (ICD) - A system of medical diagnostic codes, created by the World Health Organization (WHO), to classify diseases and other health related conditions for the purpose of international consistency. By having common diagnostic codes around the world, health researchers are better able to quantify and track disease burdens. ICD codes are primarily used for diagnosis, and do not imply anything about the mechanism of disease. (Learn more: www.who.int)