What Is Dupuytren’s?

A disorder that causes fingers to bend forward can be treated.

Until TV commercials featuring Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway started airing, many people had never heard of Dupuytren’s disease, also called Dupuytren’s contracture. Dupuytren’s typically starts as a small lump or nodule on the palm, usually near the last crease, and might seem like the nodules of rheumatoid arthritis. As it progresses, it can […]
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