Hard Lump in Palm of Hand?

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A hard lump on the palm of your hand could be a condition called Dupuytren's contracture. It begins with a lump or nodule in the palm of the hand and over time, you may find it difficult to curl your fingers in towards your palm. Only a doctor can diagnose this condition so if you have a lump on the palm of your hand you should get it checked out.
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It could very likely be Dupuytren Disease. Dupuytren's disease is an abnormal thickening of the fascia (the tissue just beneath the skin of the palm). It often starts with firm lumps
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There are a number of options, but the first that came to mind was early Dupytren's contracture. This is a thickening of the palmar fascia which very slowly increases in size and
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