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2015 Dupuytren Symposium
2015 International Symposium on Dupuytren Disease

The May 2015 International Dupuytren Symposium in Groningen, The Netherlands was very productive. A textbook based on the proceedings is in the works. Video presentations are rolling out on http://Dupuytren.tv

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Dupuytren Roundtable Discussions

Here are links to two recently published roundtable discussions by experts in the field of Dupuytren’s. Although these were discussions by surgeons for surgeons, they are really just conversations and quite readable. They highlight the current challenges both surgeons and their patients face with Dupuytren’s disease and provide insight into future efforts to develop a […]

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Miami Dupuytren Symposium spurs new research: Report from Dupuytren’s Day at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Handchirurgiethe (German Society for Surgery of the Hand – DGH)

Dr Wolfgang Wach reports from the DGH, Oct 7 Dupuytren Program: “I attended the Dupuytren’s day at the Nuremberg conference of German hand surgeons and the Miami Dupuytren Symposium was pretty well covered there. Bernhard Lukas gave a review of the Miami conference and the current issue of the German hand surgeons journal which was […]

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Video: Dr. Osterman at the 2010 Miami Dupuytren Symposium
On: Aug 22, 2010
By: Charles Eaton

The latest installment of video presentations archived from the Miami Dupuytren Symposium features Dr. Lee Osterman, Professor of Hand/Orthopedic Surgery at the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Osterman’s entertaining presentation highlights the complex background of efforts to understand and treat Dupuytren’s Disease. See “Cline’s contracture: Dupuytren was a thief. A history of surgery […]

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Video: Dr. Wolfgang Wach at the 2010 Dupuytren Symposium
On: Aug 17, 2010
By: Charles Eaton

Dr. Wolfgang Wach, founder of the Dupuytren Society (http://www.dupuytren-online.info/), discusses the development, value and future of the Dupuytren Society in this video from the 2010 International Symposium on Dupuytren’s Disease. The Dupuytren Society is the largest, most visited patient oriented Dupuytren’s resource on the internet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qSMSqYhxOc&list=PLSEyPqK1WriTPT1k88PXX-uJ2lUFS6P9a&index=2

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