Dupuytren Research Group Blog

Rock Climbing and Dupuytren’s – an interesting analysis

Dupuytren’s is an inherited systemic disorder of either the threshold or the feedback inhibition of the biology of scar formation, contracture and maturation. It is not spontaneous, but triggered in

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How the FDA sees Collagenase for Dupuytren’s

Why is it taking so long for collagenase injection treatment to be available to treat Dupuytren’s? Trials have been ongoing for over 10 years. The answer: collagenase is an extremely

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Abstracts can be misleading

Unlike proximal interphalangeal joint contractures from Dupuytren’s, metacarpophalangeal joint contractures usually respond so well to fasciectomy or fasciotomy that joint capsule or ligament release is generally not a consideration. Because

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