Looking at Dupuytren’s with MRI
By: Charles Eaton
Nov 29, 2009

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:
and it’s likely that the activity of the process could be mapped, both for predictive value and for targeted treatment to prevent progression. Now, these papers are 15 years old – it’s time to revisit this with more up-to-date imaging technology to look again at the usefulness of MRI and Dupuytren’s in a longitudinal study – might make a nice PhD thesis…


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