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NA & Stage IV DC
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01/29/04 01:44
Charlene

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01/29/04 01:44
Charlene

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NA & Stage IV DC

Hello,

I've read a lot in this forum from those who have had sucessful NA but it sounds like most had beginning to moderate Dupuytren's - - not sure. Anyway, I know NA is more successful in hands which are at Stages I, II, or III. I am specifically hoping to find out what the experience might be for anyone who has had NA on a pinkey (or any finger for that matter) that was at a Stage IV level, where the PIP joint was affected, and the finger was bent about as close to the palm as it could be.

Thank You.

01/29/04 01:03
Charlie 
01/29/04 01:03
Charlie 
PIP Contraction

Contact Paul Benson [pb2@olp.net]. He had stage four contraction of his pinky. Dr. Eaton treated him. Good luck.

01/29/04 01:27
Anon

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01/29/04 01:27
Anon

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Dr. Eaton~sq~s website

Has a wonderful set of photos with before and after hands that are at various stages....have a look...it might help.

www.handcenter.org

Good luck

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