Is a surgical reduction of consequences of the Dupuytren’s contracture.
30 – 60
Duration of the procedure
Back to work
Back to sporting activities
Resting the arm, early exercises, following written recommendations.
Possible inconveniences after the procedure
Pain, weak arm strength, poor mobility.
About the procedure
This is a disease which causes the fingers to contract. It is genetic. It usually affects older men.
The treatment is surgical – a strip of subcutaneous tissue causing the deformation is cut out.
A consequence of the disease is the inability to stretch fingers.
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