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Dupuytren's Disease Clinical Trials

A listing of Dupuytren's Disease medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Different Sutures in Hand Surgery

This study aims to assess the relationship between overall satisfaction with treatment in a group of randomized patients undergoing elective hand surgery using either absorbable (4-0 Chromic) or non-absorbable (5-0 Nylon) sutures. The investigators will also assess factors associated with wound concerns, pain intensity, magnitude of limitations, and physical function ...

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Collagenase Injection vs Percutaneous Needle Aponeurotomy for Dupuytren's Disease

Dupuytren's disease is a non-curative, progressive disorder leading to function-impairing deformities of the hand. Although numerous treatments exist, the most common and widely accepted therapy is removal of diseased fascia. Surgery is limited by prolonged recovery time, and many patients require multiple surgeries throughout their life as the disease progresses, ...

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Short-term Function and Pain After Treatment for Dupuytren's Disease

Percutaneous needle aponeurotomy (PNA) and injections of the enzyme collagenase clostridium histolyticum are two non-invasive treatment options for patients with Dupuytren's disease. While PNA has been offered for decades, injectable collagenase is relatively new. The effectiveness of each treatment has been compared in the literature; however, recovery, in terms of ...

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Prospective Randomized Trial Between Needle Fasciotomy and Xiapex for Dupuytrens Contracture

Prospective randomized study between Percutanous Needle Fasciotomy and Xiapex for Dupuytrens contracture. A total of 50 patiens are to be randomized to eighter percutaneous needle fasciotomy or Xiapex treatment. The patients randomized to xiapex treatment are treated as described in the product manual. Extentin treatment after one day. The patients ...

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The Effects of Prophylactic Limited Palmar Fasciectomy on Surgical Outcomes and Scarring

Patients who have surgery for trigger finger with a thickened overlying Dupuytren's cord are at risk for complications including but not limited to scarring, adhesions, stiffness, injury to underlying structures such as blood vessels, tendons and nerves, loss of motion, pain, bowstringing, and recurrent triggering or contracture. They have been ...

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Liposome Bupivacaine for WRIST Blocks

Treatment of Dupuytren's contracture requires multiple injections into the palm of the hand to weaken the cords, followed by rupture of the strands 2 days later. Anesthesia is required for both phases of treatment. It is hypothesized that extended-release liposome bupivacaine prolongs nerve blockade of the wrist allowing patients to ...

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Hand Therapy or Not Following Collagenase Treatment for Dupuytren's Contracture?

Today it varies if patients with collagenase treated Dupuytren's contracture (DC) are referred to hand therapy or not. No studies are found looking at the effect of therapy following collagenase treatment compared to no therapy. The main purpose of the study is to find if hand therapy improves patients' performance ...

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Evaluation of Xiaflex: Trial of Effectivenss iN Dupuytren's

This is a prospective, multi-centre, pragmatic randomized controlled trial to compare both the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of collagenase injections (CI) versus limited palmar fasciectomy (LPF) to determine if collagenase is a superior treatment in terms of improved quality of life and reducing recurrence of the disease without serious complications. ...

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Trial Comparing Treatment Strategies in Dupuytren's Contracture

Dupuytren's contracture (DC) is a fibroproliferative disorder of the palmar fascia, which in time leads to flexion contracture in one or more fingers. Etiology of the disease is still unknown, but it strongly seems that genetic factors play a major role. DC is associated most commonly with Caucasian population groups ...

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Repurposing Anti-TNF for Treating Dupuytren's Disease

Dupuytren's disease is a very common condition, affecting 4% of the general UK and US population. It causes the fingers to curl irreversibly into the palm and can be extremely disabling. The disease usually starts as a small firm lump (nodule) in the palm, and in about 40% of patients ...

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