Dupuytren´s Contracture

Dupuytren’s contracture occurs when the fascia and skin in your palm and fingers becomes thickened, tight and occasionally painful. It can progress and cause your fingers to become bent and unable to fully straighten.
Dr Stasch will be able to diagnose this disorder without any special tests.
The best type of surgery to treat this condition is called partial fasciotomy and involves dividing the diseased fibrous bands in the palm of your hand and fingers and removing all of the affected tissue. In severe cases this might involve using small skin grafts.
We will recommend the most appropriate treatment based on the severity of your contracture.

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Dr. Tilman Stasch

For further information about what is involved in this type of procedure, please contact us
on +254 725 045 705 and +254 714 144 000
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