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NA for early-stage Dupuytren's?
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07/11/2010 22:13
tam1 
07/11/2010 22:13
tam1 
Re: NA for early-stage Dupuytren's?

Flojo,

I'm also experiencing soreness in the thumb MCP joints at times, and I can't extend my thumbs as far away from the index fingers as I once could. I'd wondered if the Dupuytren's could be part or all of the cause. I don't feel any obvious cords in the thumbs, but the palms are so tight that I guessed there might be pulling on the thumbs just from the fascia changes there. Thanks for the information.

07/12/2010 03:05
flojo 
07/12/2010 03:05
flojo 
Re: NA for early-stage Dupuytren's?

Tam1,
You describe your thumbs just like mine. One more way that Dupuytren's can be deceiving. Dupuytren's dupes us : )

Consider the possibility that it is all Dupuys.

Flora

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