BJHS

AcronymDefinition
BJHSBenign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (rheumatology)
BJHSBob Jones High School (Madison, Alabama)
BJHSBritish Journal for the History of Science
BJHSBedford Junior High School (Temperance, MI)
BJHSBrebeuf Jesuit High School (Indianapolis, IN)
BJHSButler Junior High School (Butler, PA)
BJHSBrookhurst Junior High School (Anaheim, CA)
BJHSBogle Junior High School (Chandler, AZ)
BJHSBrea Junior High School (Brea, California0
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Female gender was associated with RA, fibromyalgia, and BJHS on univariate analysis [Table 3], but not associated with any rheumatic disease on binary logistic regression [Table 4].
On the other hand, the same age group was associated with a reduced risk for BJHS.
Some Factors in the Early Development of the Concepts of Power, Work and Energy", BJHS, 3, pp.
The Unseen Universe: Physics and the Philosophy of Nature in Victorian Britain'", BJHS, 6, pp.
Gay, "No 'Heathen's Corner' here: The failed campaign to memorialize Herbert Spencer in Westminster Abbey," BJHS, 31 (1998), 41-54.
In the SIS group, the number of cases with GJH and BJHS were markedly higher (p<0.
2), (4) In these studies, it is common to use the definitions for GJH and BJHS interchangeably instead of providing separate, distinct definitions.
The patients were assessed for BJHS using the Beighton scoriye (Table 1) and the revised (Brighton 1998) criteria for the diagnosis of BJHS (Table 2) (12).
Correlation analysis showed that there was a positive correlation between LDH and BJHS (r=0.
It is concluded that hypermobility and BJHS are common in both male and female student and professional ballet dancers.
18-21) The aim of this study was to determine whether ADHD is accompanied by BJHS and to evaluate the incidence of BJHS in patients with ADHD.