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Musculoskeletal fibroproliferative disorders, such as Dupuytren's disease may be treated by administering locally a TNF-α antagonist. TNF-α antagonists find particular utility in inhibiting the progression of early disease state Dupuytren's disease and other musculoskeletal fibroproliferative disorders and, in combination with extracellular matrix degradation agents (such as collagenase or matrix metalloproteinase I), treating advanced disease state Dupuytren's disease and, in particular inhibiting recurrence.



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Dupuytren's disease, anti-TNF