Dupuytren Research Group Blog

Dupuytren’s Review

Despite being a visible, obvious problem, Dupuytren’s is difficult to understand, like the Jimmy Buffet line “so simple – like the jitterbug – it plumb evaded me”. It is helpful

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Needle Release of Dupuytren’s: 2010 Manual of Technique

Percutaneous fasciotomy for Dupuytren’s contracture is an old procedure, but was reinvented by Dr. Lermusiaux in Paris in the 1980s, who used a small needle rather than a scalpel. This

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Fifty years of Dupuytren’s Patients Reviewed

One of the more puzzling things about Dupuytren’s is the variation in demographic data. Taking away the variation in results from different surgeons doing different operations, one would expect a

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