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Dupuytren’s disease causes thick lumps and cords to develop under the skin on the palm of the hand. Over time, these thickenings under the skin can pull the finger down into the palm, eventually leaving one or more fingers unable to straighten. These cords are made up of thickened connective tissue in the hand called palmar fascia.

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