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Mainly affecting the ring and pinky fingers, Dupuytren’s contracture occurs when knots of tissue form under the skin, creating a thick cord that pulls one or more fingers into a bent position. Affected fingers are unable to completely straighten, complicating everyday activities like shaking hands or putting on gloves.
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