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Summary. An Orphanet summary for this disease is currently under development. However, other data related to the disease are accessible from the Additional. Dupuytren's contracture is a condition in which one or more fingers become permanently bent "Maladie de Dupuytren: La chirurgie n'est plus obligatoire" [Dupuytren's contracture: surgery is no longer necessary]. La Presse Médicale (in  Treatment‎: ‎Steroid injections‎, ‎clostridial collag. La contractura de Dupuytren origina una pérdida progresiva de la función de la mano. Su tratamiento de elección es quirúrgico. La inyección de una solución.


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The donor site can be closed with a direct suture.

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For one week the hand is protected with a dressing. The hand and arm are elevated with a sling. The dressing is then removed and careful mobilization can be started, gradually increasing in intensity. It is less invasive than the limited fasciectomy, because not all the diseased tissue is excised and the skin incisions are smaller.

The skin is opened with small curved incisions over the diseased tissue. If necessary, incisions are made in the fingers. The cords are placed under maximum tension while they are cut.

A scalpel is used to separate the tissues. They wear an extension splint for two to three weeks, except during physical therapy. After the excision and a careful hemostasisthe cellulose implant is contractura de dupuytren in a single layer in between the remaining parts of the cord.

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The splint is worn continuously during nighttime for eight weeks. During the first weeks after surgery the splint may be worn during daytime. These treatments show promise.

Dupuytren's contracture

The cord is sectioned at as many levels as possible in the palm and fingers, depending on the location and extent of the disease, using a gauge needle mounted on a 10 ml syringe. After the contractura de dupuytren a small dressing is applied for 24 hours, after which people are able to use their hands normally.

No splints or physiotherapy are given. Minimal followup was 3 years. When a comparison was performed between people aged 55 years and older versus under 55 years, there was a statistically significant difference at both MP and PIP joints, with greater correction maintained in the older group.

Gender differences were not statistically significant. Complications contractura de dupuytren rare except for skin tears, which occurred in 3. This study showed that NA is a safe procedure that can be performed in an outpatient setting.

The complication rate was low, but recurrences were frequent in younger people contractura de dupuytren for PIP contractures. The difference with the percutaneous needle fasciotomy is that the cord is cut at many places. The cord is also separated from the skin to make place for the lipograft that is taken from the abdomen or ipsilateral flank.

The fat graft results in supple skin. The digits are placed under maximal extension tension using a firm lead hand retractor.

Other surgical treatments appear more cost-effective, with limited fasciectomy a type of surgery being the most cost-effective choice.