Dupuytren’s Contracture – impact on work & leisure

These are my hands. They haven’t always been like this but my mother’s were, in her later years, and at the time I really didn’t understand the implications. Somehow, I managed to believe that not uncurling her fingers was almost wilful and that she could if she really wanted to. Now I know she couldn’t. See the tiny nodules and pads on my right hand, white against pink? They’re quite new, the disease is active. See my left hand? If I fell off a cliff I could dangle from that pinky for hours because it doesn’t move and nor would … Continue reading Dupuytren’s Contracture – impact on work & leisure

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