MMW - Fortschritte der Medizin

, Volume 154, Issue 19, pp 41–43 | Cite as

Die kleinen Verwandten des M. Dupuytren

Knuckle pads
FORTBILDUNG SCHWERPUNKT

Von den Patienten werden sie oft gar nicht bemerkt, weil sie meist schmerzfrei sind. Die Diagnose der sog. Knuckle pads wird vor allem klinisch gestellt. Die typischen Knötchen auf den Streckseiten der Finger können z. B. bei exzessivem Videospielen auftreten.

Keywords - Knuckle pads and therapeutic options

Knuckle pads Dupuytren’s contracture pain ultrasound 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.HannoverDeutschland

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