Severe knee injuries can occur due to biomechanical factors such as knee joint laxity. Generalised Joint Hypermobility (GJH) has been proposed as an intrinsic risk factor for knee injuries in adults and adolescents, as individuals with GJH often have knee joint hypermobility. Also, critical knee injuries are known to be associated with an increased risk for future development of osteoarthritis (OA).
|Status||Udgivet - 2014|
|Begivenhed||Osteoarthritis Research Society International World Conference - Paris, Frankrig|
Varighed: 1 jan. 2014 → …
|Konference||Osteoarthritis Research Society International World Conference|
|Periode||01/01/14 → …|
Junge, T., Juul-Kristensen, B., Thorlund, J. B., Søgaard, K., & Wedderkopp, N. (2014). Neuromuscular knee joint control in adolescents with and without Generalised Joint Hypermobility during landing in the Single leg Hop for Distance test.. Abstract fra Osteoarthritis Research Society International World Conference, Paris, Frankrig.