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Instructional Course

Dupuytren’s Disease
by Prof. David Warwick (UK), Chairman

Contents of the Instructional Book

Preface
Preface from FESSH Secretary General Max Haerle (Germany)
Preface from FESSH Meeting Chairman Giorgio Pajardi (Italy)
Introduction David Warwick (United Kingdom)

Section 1 - Basic Science

History Massimo Ceruso (Italy), Andreas Gohritz (Germany), Mattias Rabb (Austria)
Genetics Dominic Furness (United Kingdom)
Cell Biology Ardy Bayat (United Kingdom)
Anatomy and Pathoanatomy Maurizio Calcagni (Switzerland)

Section 2 - Clinical aspects
Epidemiology, risk factors Lars Dahlin (Sweden), Niels Söe Nielsen (Denmark)
The patient’s perspective Wolfgang Wach (Germany)
Clinical features Jan-Ragnar Haugstvedt, Ingi Hauksson, Hebe Kvernmo, Katrin Valen (Norway)
Related conditions Roland Rees (United Kingdom)

Section 3 - Non operative treatment
Radiotherapy Heinrich Seegenschmiedt (Germany)
Non-operative Ilse Degreef (Belgium)
Role of therapy Tracy Fairplay (Italy)
Collagenase Giorgio Pajardi (Italy), Stephan Willbrand (Sweden)
Needle fasciotomy Bert Reichert (Germany), Paul Werker (Holland)

Section 4 - Operative treatment
Surgical fasciotomy Hanna Stiina Taskien (Finland)
Segmental fasciectomy Emmanuel Masmejean (France)
Fasciectomy Henk Coert, Xander Smit (Holland), Andrzej Zyluk (Poland)
McCash Loris Pegoli, Giorgio Pivato, Alessandro Pozzi (Italy)
Skin flaps Massimiliano Tripoli (Italy)
Skin graft Riccardo Giunta (Germany)
Fat graft Steven Hovius (Holland)
Stiff PIP joint Caroline Le Clerq (France), Mark Pickford (United Kingdom)
Salvage procedures Stig Joerring, Tine Weis (Denmark)
• Fusion, amputation
• Is there a role for PIP arthroplasty?

Section 5 - The future

Controversies to settle Jo Dias (United Kingdom)