- Posted 14 October 2010
I had the procedure to remove a lump from my little finger 3 years ago. After three months I noticed a lump in my palm. Upon returning to my consultant I was told ....
My father had this condition and so did my late sister. I experienced it briefly a year or two ago but at the age of 66 I am expecting it to come back owing to ....
I developed this condition overnight I woke up one morning and my finger was bent and I could not straighten it and it is extremely painful, it feels like my finger ....
Ive just developed this problem over the last few months, and contrary to common belife, it doers bloody hurt a lot actually. My fingers bang with pain just ....
I developed Dupuytrens Contracture about 14 years ago in my left hand following a injury. Over a period of time it grew more severe resulting in an operation 3 years ....
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Thank you for your article, I have this condition and found the write up calming as I am scheduled for surgery in two days time and feeling a little apprehensive.
I am due to see my surgeon tomorrow and after putting it off several times I must now make a decision. I have the little finger on my left and right hands affected.I ....
My father had this condition in both hands. He started out having the surgery in one hand. What a hassle as his hand was bandaged, etc. Next time, he went to a clinic, ....
about 5 years i startetarted to cotractd to feel atightness in in all my fingers when i woke up in the morning,this gradually got worse and eventually both my hands ....
About 5 years ago while talking to my doctor about somthing else I mentioned my hand and asked \"What is this\" He replied \"it's one of these\" ....
i have this disease and i was born with it, i have it on both of my little fingers and i dont want surgery as i am not bothered about my finger im 18 now i have ....
greetings. I had undergone dc one month ago and doctor says that dc has reoccured. can you please let me know what is the other option apart from going ....
I contracted DC at the end of 2007. I went to my doctor who referred me to my local private hospital in Scotland. The Consultant that I saw at the time said to me ....
I had my left hand operated on for DC almost 7 weeks ago. The bandages and plaster weren't removed until 12 days after the op and the stitches were done at the same ....
My little finger was at 45 degrees and the ring finger at 30 degrees on my left hand, I had no pain and was able to use my left hand as normal (I am left-handed) ....
Hi Im 57years old female and about to see a hand specialist tomorrow
28th Feb at Fitzwilliam hospital in Peterborough regarding my D C on right hand Im left handed.
Has anyone had this done by arm block? If so what is it like.[/b]
DC treatment is dependent on a few things: your age, the age of onset, the severity, the site(s) of DC etc. In some it may be best just to leave it alone if it not ....
Im sure I cannot be unique in that I was diagnosed with this condition in my foot, being a female in my mid twenties. All the write ups appear to descibe the condition ....
Hi everyone! My name is Stephanie, I am a health educator currently conducting a research project on Dupuytren’s Contracture. I would love to get a better understanding ....
I was diagnosed with Dupuytrens Contracture back in September 2006. Have now come to the top of the waiting list at Bath Royal United Hospital, but like many others ....
Dr Jennifer Green head of hand surgery at St Georges Hospital in sydney gave a talk at the hand surgeons annual meeting in Adelaide last March on the procedure. ....
Just read your comments regarding Dupytrens contracture. My father has recently been diagnosed with this condition and has been refered to Southend Hospital like ....
I am a 67 years old male of English/Irish parentage. My Dupuytrens condition began about eight years ago and I was advised to avoid surgery until my ring finger ....
I have just had NA performed by DR Lermusiaux on 21.2.07. It is a miracle. I am so happy I could cry. He told me he has just trained a doctor who works here in ....
i have had dupetryns for 7 years now and had invasive surgery back in 2000 and yes it was a long time of work!! since then i have been to a prominent surgeon in ....
I am currently 78 and noticed about 2 years ago that the little finger of my right hand was curling inwards. I consulted my GP and she recommended that if it got ....
Ihave been diagnosed with this only this week although I have had the problem for some three years it has only started now to affect my work. My doctor arranged ....
I have DC in both hands and 3 years ago decided to try Needle Fasciotomy before possible surgery.
As there does not appear to be a UK practioner I settled for Paris.
Here is the info you need.
First you must email Dr Lermusiaux at **** If you can attach some pics of your mums hand and a little info about her general ....
I have Dupuytren, also Ledderhose (nodules in the feet), and my knees do hurt considerably. I don't think that a relation has yet been established in the medical ....
can the viking disease affect the knees?
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I am a 59 and was diagnosed with dubuytren's contracture some 3 years ago. It started to get worse in my left hand in January of this year, and started to effect ....
I have had DC for 10-11 years. I first noticed lumps on my palms after carrying one of those dress bags with rigid plastic handles, all day, in alternate hands, ....
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