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THINK YOU MAY HAVE DUPUYTREN’S CONTRACTURE?

Answer these questions about your symptoms to find out if you may have this condition.

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Tell us about yourself

I am a

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I am

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I have a family history of Dupuytren’s contracture.

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Describe your symptoms

Which of your fingers is affected?
If multiple fingers are affected, please choose your most affected finger.

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Describe your symptoms

Use the slider to see how Dupuytren’s contracture may get worse over time. Select the image and description that best matches the symptoms you currently see in your hand, then click “NEXT.”

You have NOT seen any
changes in your hand.

You have pitting or a nodule in your palm, but it has NOT yet formed a “rope-like” cord.

A “rope-like” cord extends from your palm to your finger(s), but it is NOT yet bending your finger(s) down toward your palm.

A “rope-like” cord is pulling your finger(s) downward, decreasing your range of motion. This is a contracture.

A “rope-like” cord is causing your finger(s) to bend or curl toward your palm and you are unable to straighten it.

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Describe your symptoms

About how long have you had these symptoms?

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Describe your symptoms

Are your everyday activities difficult to perform? If so, check all that apply.

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Describe your symptoms

Have the symptoms been getting worse over time?

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Describe your symptoms

Using a scale of 1 (very little) to 5 (a lot), rate the impact these symptoms have on your daily life.

VERY LITTLE

A LOT

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Take the Tabletop Test

This is a method that your doctor may use to help diagnose Dupuytren’s contracture—and it is something you can do at home to get an idea of what your symptoms may mean. Watch the video to see how to do the test correctly.

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Take the Tabletop Test

How did you do on the Tabletop Test? Can you lay your hand flat on a tabletop?

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You may have Dupuytren’s contracture

Based on your answers, it appears that you may have Dupuytren’s contracture. However, only a hand specialist can tell you for sure. In certain situations, your Dupuytren’s contracture may become harder to treat as it gets worse.

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*This tool is provided to help you recognize your symptoms and start a conversation with your doctor. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
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You may have early signs of Dupuytren’s contracture

Based on your answers, it appears that you may be showing some early signs of Dupuytren’s contracture. However, only a hand specialist can tell you for sure. Remember, Dupuytren’s contracture may get worse over time.

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*This tool is provided to help you recognize your symptoms and start a conversation with your doctor. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
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You may not have Dupuytren’s contracture

Based on your answers, it appears that you may not have Dupuytren’s contracture.
However, only a hand specialist can tell you for sure.

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*This tool is provided to help you recognize your symptoms and start a conversation with your doctor. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
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