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J Hand Surg 31B:514–521 Dias J, Bainbridge C, Leclercq C et al (2013) Surgical management of Dupuytren’s contracture in Europe: regional analysis of a surgeon survey and patient chart review. Int J Clin Pract 67(3):271–281 DiBenedetti DB, Nguyen D, Zografos L et al (2011) A population-based study of Peyronie’s disease: prevalence and treatment patterns in the United States. Adv. Urol. ID 282503. Dolmans G, Hennies H (2012) The genetic basis of Dupuytren’s disease: an introduction. In: Eaton C (ed) Dupuytren’s disease and related hyperproliferative disorders.

7. Other hospital-based ratios are in part much higher, up to 10 (Mikkelsen 1972; Loos et al. 2007). Our average age of 59 is lower than the 62 of Lanting et al. but our data set includes young patients, while Lanting et al. researched only patients of 50 years or older. Dolmans and Hennies (2012) reported the age of onset in 1,000 Dutch Dupuytren patients W. Wach and G. Manley 38 undergoing surgery. While their results qualitatively agree with ours, they are seeing more patients with a later onset.

5 shows results by country. For better overview the ratings 1–3 (= bad; red), 4–7 (= medium; yellow), and 8–10 (= good; green) are combined. 5 is an attempt to analyze cultural differences, specifically whether English-speaking patients would be more reluctant to express criticism than German ones. Obviously this is not the case (see also Fig. 5). The differences might indicate actual difference of knowledge in the medical community. Of course, ratings of countries with very few participants, like Ireland (N = 21), may be more skewed by individual experiences.

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