American College of Rheumatology
Washington D.C., USA. November 12 - 16, 2016.
Prof. Bravo participated in the ACRs 2016 Annual Meeting held in Washington D.C. Once again the Joint Hypermobility Study Group came together, and Dr. Bravo, alongside Dr. Gall, were co-convenors. In this opportunity, he presented his study about an "Easy way to Suspect Ehlers-Danlos type III, with Slides". Also, Dr. Neuseli Limari told us about her more than 20 years experience with hypermobility patients in Brazil.
This time, Prof. Bravo also presented a poster with 2300 Ehlers-Danlos patients, and spoke about the high frequency of Osteoporosis and Dysautonomia amongst these patients, always putting special emphasis on the high incidence of Ehlers-Danlos with little or no hipermobility (51%) which makes its diagnosis even more difficult.