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DISC: Dupuytren's Interventions Surgery vs. Collagenase. A pragmatic multi-centre randomised controlled non-inferiority, cost effectiveness trial comparing injections of collagenase into the cord to surgical correction in the treatment of moderate Dupuytren's contracture in adult patients

Project title: DISC: Dupuytren's Interventions Surgery vs. Collagenase. A pragmatic multi-centre randomised controlled non-inferiority, cost effectiveness trial comparing injections of collagenase into the cord to surgical correction in the treatment of moderate Dupuytren's contracture in adult patients

Call to action: 15/102 15/102 Collagenase treatment for moderate Dupuytren's contracture

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Joseph DiasORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0001-5360-4543

Contractor: University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Cost: £1,942,078.20

Co-investigators: Dr Paul Leighton, Dr Puvanendran Tharmanathan, Miss Ada Keding, Mr Lionel Bainbridge, Mr Michael Craigen, Mrs Belen Corbacho, Professor Catherine Hewitt, Professor David Torgerson, Professor David Warwick.

Started: November 2016 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 18254597

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