Dupuytren Research Group Blog

Looking at Dupuytren’s with MRI

Where is Dupuytren’s? It’s been known for some time that Dupuytren’s involvement can be identified by MRI, as described in these articles:http://www.dupuytrenfoundation.org/DupPDFs/1993_Yacoe_813.pdfhttp://www.dupuytrenfoundation.org/DupPDFs/1994_Miller.pdfand it’s likely that the activity of the process

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The Fish Technique for Dupuytren’s: Fasciectomy and Skin Graft

Skin grafts are used in a variety of approaches for Dupuytren’s: to add skin where it has been shortened (fasciotomy and skin graft, fasciectomy and skin graft); to replace skin

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Accidental fasciotomy for Dupuytren’s

Fingers bent by Dupuytren’s can complicate a fall on an outstretched hand: because the fingers can’t stretch back, the force of impact is redistributed, making it more likely to break

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