Joint hypermobility in functional neurological disorders
Joint Hypermobility has been described in a number of psychiatric disorders occuring at higher rates than the general population. It has been anecdotally reported in functional neurological disorders, though whether it is a cause, a consequence or a coincidence is unclear. We wish to establish the rates of hypermobility in a large sample of patients with functional neurological disorder and their first degree relatives to attempt to answer this.
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