Is Dupuytren’s Disease a Problem with the Tendon?

It may be hard to believe, but Dupuytren’s Disease has nothing to do with the tendons. Dupuytren’s Disease affects the tissue in the hand; it is caused by a tightening and thickening of the tissue. Dupuytren’s Disease most often affects the ring finger and fifth finger. When you have Dupuytren’s, you will often develop a […] ...

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Does Dupuytren’s Disease Affect Tendon?

How Did I Get Dupuytren’s Disease?

The sad news is that there is no explanation as to what causes Dupuytren’s Disease. However, it is known to be passed down from generation to generation; as a matter of fact, Dupuytren’s is the most common inherited connective tissue condition. Dupuytren’s Disease originated in Northern Europe and was then spread throughout the continent by […] ...

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What are the Causes Of Dupuytren’s Disease?

Does Dupuytren’s Contracture Get Better By Itself?

Dupuytren’s Contracture is an ailment that affects the fingers as well as the hand. The disease causes the fingers to bend back towards the palm and may also cause a lump. The symptoms can make day to day activities challenging and simple tasks can cause discomfort. Although Dupuytren’s disease is usually not painful, it is […] ...

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Dupuytren’s Contracture

The History of Dupuytren’s Disease

You work with your hands, play with your hands, and sometimes even fight with your hands: your hands are of critical importance in your daily life. Dupuytren’s Contracture is a disorder that is capable of severely damaging your hands and limiting their abilities.   So what is Dupuytren’s disease really? Dupuytren contracture is a hand condition […] ...

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History Of Dupuytren’s Disease