Dupuytren’s Contracture

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Dr. Dagmar Rehse, MD, a hand surgeon with The Everett Clinic discusses…

So Dupuytren's contracture is a condition that is abnormal growth of normal tissue in the palm. So we all have in the palm, a tissue called fascia. And that fascia is made up of…

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Needle Aponeurotomy For Clinicians

Needle aponeurotomy is a procedure that aims to divide the fascial cords produced by Dupuytren's disease using the bevel of a needle to safely and effectively release digital flexion…

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