What Is Dupuytren’s?

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

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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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