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A 43-year-old woman presents with a progressive flexion contracture of her right index finger. She states that her father has a similar problem. She underwent corrective surgery 5 years ago. On examination, there are flexion contractures of the MCPJ (70 degrees, uncorrectible) and PIPJ (10 degrees, passively correctible). A mature scar is visible.
What is the most appropriate management plan in the first instance?
QUESTION ID: 1073