Introduction Renal connective tissue, characterised by the presence of loose ligaments throughout the body. This condition affects the joints throughout the body and is a generalised hypermobility, occurs in about 5% of the population and can be genetically conditioned.
Objective To examine the incidence of renal connective tissue and their representation by age and sex, the applied treatment and the need for hospitalisation.
Methods and materials Our target group were patients aged 10–14 years, who are treated in the Department of Children Health Care, Health Centre Novi Sad in period (2011 to 2013), And used data from the Health patient records, on which was conducted retrospective-prospective study.
Results After examining the medical records, we came up with the following data: 463 (59.28%) males and 764 (62.31) females, in which it was manifested weak connective tissue with various spectrum disorders and distinctive bluish whites.
Conclusion Poor connective tissue occurs before puberty and causes a wide spectrum of disorders: vision problems, curve the spine, frequent injuries of joints, constipation, prolapse of heart valves and other. There a way to cure, but rather to alleviate symptoms and to slow its progression, there are numerous events which may be unpleasant, and even that complicated.
- failure of the connective tissue
- the children
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