Dupuytren disease surgery is a complex surgery. Dupuytren's disease in the palm of the hand requires an excellent hand surgeon with the ability to act as a microsurgeon. It should be noted that DuPutran's disease is a complex disease that requires proper treatment. During my internship in the United States at the Kleinert Institute, I was among the first in the world to inject the palm for the treatment of Dupuytren's. Today I perform hand injections under the guidance of an ultrasound and also recommend surgery to repair Dupiytrens in some cases. Sometimes the tissue thickening of Dupuytren's disease hurts or restricts the movement of the hand and the injection will not solve the problem.
Thus, in order to separate the affected tissue from the healthy tissue, a hand surgeon with knowledge and ability to perform microsurgical surgery and separate the diseased and injured tissue from the healthy tissue must act. The blood vessels and nerves need to be protected and a fine and precise separation of the tissue is needed. I had the opportunity to perform surgery on one of the leading hand surgeons in Israel who suffered from Dupuytren's disease upon my return from the United States with excellent results. The surgery itself is challenging and so is the rehabilitation and operation of the hand. It usually takes about two weeks to return to full function with the hand.
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I refer you to a review of Dupuytren's disease that we published in the journal "Harefuah."