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Dupuytren's Disease Treatment Overview

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First steps to consider

  • If you have symptoms of Dupuytren’s disease, like thickening skin or lump (nodule) on your palm that’s causing a finger to bend involuntarily, you should see a healthcare provider to get a diagnosis and discuss a treatment plan.
  • Dupuytren’s disease can be treated with in-office procedures or surgery.
  • Stretching, self-massage, and exercises to relieve tension in your hand can help symptoms.

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