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Definitions of laxity in various dictionaries:
noun - the condition of being physiologically lax
noun - the quality of being lax and neglectful
The state or quality of being lax.
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|The state or quality of being lax.|
|Use blaxityb in a sentence. noun. The bdefinitionb of blaxityb is the quality or condition of being loose. Being lose and relaxed in the enforcement of a procedure is an example of blaxityb.|
|the quality of being lax and neglectful|
|Laxity might refer to|
|Ligamentous laxity, or ligament laxity, means loose ligaments. Ligamentous laxity is a cause of chronic body pain characterized by loose ligaments. When this condition affects joints in the entire body, it is called generalized joint hypermobility, which occurs in about ten percent of the population, and may be genetic. Loose ligaments can appear in a variety of ways and levels of severity. It also does not always affect the entire body. One could have loose ligaments of the feet, but not of the arms.|
* Someone with ligamentous laxity, by definition, has loose ligaments. Unlike other, more pervasive diseases, the diagnosis does not require the presence of loose tendons, muscles or blood vessels, hyperlax skin or other connective tissue problems. In heritable connective tissue disorders associated with joint hyper-mobility (such as Marfan syndrome and Ehlers–Danlos syndrome types I–III, VII, and XI), the joint laxity usually is apparent before adulthood. However, age of onset and extent of joint laxity are variable in Marfan syndrome, and joint laxity may be confined to the hands alone, as in Ehlers–Danlos syndrome type I. In addition, ligamentous laxity may appear in conjunction with physical co-ordination conditions such as Dyspraxia.