Dupuytren’s contracture is a condition that produces bumps or nodules on the palm. The beginning of the condition is often unnoticed, but occasionally the nodules may be mildly tender. As the condition progresses, it can cause the fingers to bend into the palm, making it difficult to be fully straightened.
The cause of Dupuytren’s contracture is unknown. Potential risk factors include prior hand trauma, Peyronie disease, and certain conditions such as epilepsy and diabetes.
In earlier stages, treatment may include injections of corticosteroids into the fascia. In severe or advanced cases, orthopedic surgery is the best option to help ease your symptoms.
This frequency video may help to relieve:
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