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Do I have dupuytren contracture if my palms hurt from a tree-planting day 2 days ago?

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Dr. Gary Pess
Surgery - Hand Surgery
2 doctors agree

In brief: Unlikely

A trigger finger or tendonitis is more likely.

In brief: Unlikely

A trigger finger or tendonitis is more likely.
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Dr. Gary Pess
Surgery - Hand Surgery
2 doctors agree

In brief: No

That is very unlikely. Dupuytren's is usually poainless.

In brief: No

That is very unlikely. Dupuytren's is usually poainless.
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In brief: Unlikely

Dupuytrens is a chronic progressive disease involving plamar fascia, causing flexion contractures of fingers , you need to do years of gardening to get it not 2 days, if pain does not go away in few days see your doctor.

In brief: Unlikely

Dupuytrens is a chronic progressive disease involving plamar fascia, causing flexion contractures of fingers , you need to do years of gardening to get it not 2 days, if pain does not go away in few days see your doctor.
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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
Surgery - Hand Surgery

In brief: Dupuytrens disease

Can cause the palmar tissue to get irritated especially if the nodules rub or the contractures get irritated, but sore thick calloused palms is not dupuytrens for more information and treatment updates that are now avaialble see this facebook page too href="http://tinyurl.Com/b5mn7vg".

In brief: Dupuytrens disease

Can cause the palmar tissue to get irritated especially if the nodules rub or the contractures get irritated, but sore thick calloused palms is not dupuytrens for more information and treatment updates that are now avaialble see this facebook page too href="http://tinyurl.Com/b5mn7vg".
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Dr. Robert Coats II
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: No

Dupuytren's contracture is rarely associated with pain and it gradually occurs.
There may be some association with trauma but not acutely. Mostly it's a genetic fibroproliferative condition which causes contracture of the fingers, preventing them from straightening.

In brief: No

Dupuytren's contracture is rarely associated with pain and it gradually occurs.
There may be some association with trauma but not acutely. Mostly it's a genetic fibroproliferative condition which causes contracture of the fingers, preventing them from straightening.
Dr. Robert Coats II
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