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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The revised (Brighton 1998) criteria for the diagnosis of benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJHS).
(2013) Do people with benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJHS) have reduced joint proprioception?
It is intriguing that most of the extra-intestinal features of functional gastrointestinal disorder are the same with features of BJHS which is a non-inflammatory connective tissue disorder.
Only 2.8% fulfilled BJHS classification criteria, and 1.2% met the ACR classification criteria for fibromyalgia.
"Some Factors in the Early Development of the Concepts of Power, Work and Energy", BJHS, 3, pp.
Gay, "No 'Heathen's Corner' here: The failed campaign to memorialize Herbert Spencer in Westminster Abbey," BJHS, 31 (1998), 41-54.
(13), (14) All subjects were assessed for the existence of GJH using the Beighton score (15) and for BJHS using the revised Brighton criteria.
Although BJHS is a heritable collagen disorder, the occurrence of herniated nucleus pulposus may be common in patients with this syndrome.
When Judy Karen Brown arrived at Bob Jones High School (BJHS) in Madison, Alabama, in the summer of 1999, she immediately identified a need to build both student and community interests in family and consumer sciences (FACS).
The object of this study was to ascertain the prevalence of hypermobility and the benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJHS) in male and female student and professional ballet dancers, and explore whether BJHS has any effect on a dance career.
Benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJHS) is a musculoskeletal disorder characterized by excessive movement of the joints without a systemic rheumatological disease.(8) This syndrome is seen in healthy patients suffering from arthralgia without any explanation, soft tissue rheumatism, joint laxity, and in healthy patients without Marfan and Ehlers-Danlos syndromes.