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Dupuytren Triggers: 60 second survey
Dec 16, 2017

Dupuytren Triggers Yes, that’s a picture of Roy Roger’s horse, Trigger. You might not have been expecting that. Dupuytren also shows up unexpectedly. People have normal hands, and then they don’t. Many feel the problem came out of nowhere. Others may recall some event happening around the same time as Dupuytren first appeared and conclude […]

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Musicians with Dupuytren: 60 Second Survey
On: Nov 3, 2017
By: Charles Eaton

Musicians with Dupuytren The curse of the MacCrimmons! Dupuytren contracture has been called this because it crippled the MacCrimmons, the famous pipers of the Isle of Skye: the first record of Dupuytren interfering with playing a musical instrument (although some might question whether or not bagpipes are a “musical” instrument). This month’s 60 Second Survey […]

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Dupuytren and Typing
On: Sep 2, 2017
By: Charles Eaton

Does Dupuytren affect your touch typing? Yes or no, we’d love to know! Take this month’s Sixty Second Survey at this link. . Take the survey to help improve the understanding of Dupuytren disease. Results will be released at the end of the month. Please repost/retweet! And… spaces for Thursday Sept 7 San Francisco Dupuytren […]

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