By: Charles Eaton
Sep 16, 2010
Professor Hanno Millesi of the Millesi Center in Vienna, chairman of the 1983 Dupuytren’s Meeting in Vienna, presents “Changes of the visco-elastic properties of the palmar fascia as pathogenetic basis of Dupuytren’s Disease”: http://www.youtube.com/user/DupuytrenFoundation#p/u/0/vRc9XFBOVTk. The more one investigates, the deeper the mystery of Dupuytren’s becomes. The legendary Dr. Millesi explores the chicken and egg aspect of the mechanics of Dupuytren’s.
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