Finger Dislocation Topic Guide
Finger Dislocation: Finger dislocation occurs when the bones of the finger are moved from their normal position. Symptoms and signs of a dislocated finger include pain, swelling, numbness, tingling, paleness of the injured finger, and/or a break in the skin. Treatment involves administering an anesthetic into the finger and then reducing the dislocation to allow the medical professional to realign the bones of the finger.
Hand Injuries Hand injuries can be divided into six categories. 1) cuts and lacerations, 2) fractures and dislocations, 3) soft tissue injuries and amputations, 4) infections, 5) burns, and 6) high pressure injuries. Treatment of hand injuries depend on the type of injury.
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