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Dupuytren's contracture pronunciation
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10/05/11 18:31
LindaLee 
Dupuytren's contracture pronunciation

I have read a lot about people trying to figure out how to pronounce Dupuytren's I went to Google Dictionary and it says the pronunciation out loud...I do not know if it is for sure right but, they say it is pronounced "do-pie-trens" the trens part is like trends without the "d"...like I said I don't know if it is right but, I never thought it would be pronounced that way. Don't feel bad if you don't know how to pronounce it...my husband actually has a Dupuytren's contracture and we don't know how to say it either......

My husband's surgery is done now, and his hand is like "NEW"....the more people I was around, especially doctors, they tend to say it doop-i-trenz....so, Yes, SpanishBuddha....I do agree with you!!!

Edited 04/24/12 15:27

10/05/11 19:22
spanishbuddha 

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Re: Dupuytren's contracture pronunciation

Well you probably need to use French intonation to pronounce it correctly.

I'm a Brit so speak proper English not American :-) and say doo-p-trnz, and when I visited Germany they pronounced it differently yet again.

10/09/11 22:06
cindy850 
Re: Dupuytren's contracture pronunciation

TRY THIS www.merriam-webster.com/medical/dupuytren's%20contracture
ONCE IT COMES UP THEN CLICK ON DUPUYTREN'S AND NEXT PAGE COMES UP AND THEN CLICK ON BOTH SPEAKERS AND IT IS SAID 2 DIFFERENT WAYS. HOPE THIS HELPS.

Edited 10/09/11 22:13

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