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  1. Mallet finger occurs when you cannot straighten your finger. When you do try to straighten it, the tip of your finger remains bent toward your palm. Sports injuries are ...
  2. Trigger finger occurs when a finger or thumb gets stuck in a bent position, as if you were squeezing a trigger. Once it gets unstuck, the finger ...
  3. Fingers or toes may change color when they are exposed to cold temperatures or stress, or when ... These conditions can cause fingers or toes to change color: Buerger disease. ... Frostbite. Necrotizing vasculitis . Peripheral artery ...
  4. Smashed fingers is an injury involving trauma to one or more fingers. ... If an injury to a finger occurs at the tip and does not involve the joint or nail bed, you may not need the help of a ...
  5. Repair of webbed fingers or toes is surgery to fix webbing of the toes, fingers, or both. The middle and ring fingers or the second and third toes are most ...
  6. Finger pain is pain in one or more fingers. Injuries and many medical conditions can cause finger pain. ... Nearly everyone has had finger pain at some time. You may have: ... Tingling Coldness Swelling Change in skin color Redness Many ...
  7. Webbing of the fingers or toes is called syndactyly. It refers to the connection of 2 or more fingers or toes. Most of the time, the areas ...
  8. Replantation of digits is surgery to reattach fingers or toes that have been cut off (amputated). ... the bones are trimmed. The surgeon places the finger or toe (called the digit) in place. The ...
  9. Arachnodactyly is a condition in which the fingers are long, slender, and curved. They look like the legs of a spider (arachnid). ... Long, slender fingers can be normal and not associated with any medical problems. In some cases, however, "spider fingers" can be ...
  10. ... abnormal development of the hand, such that the fingers are fused. The number of digits fused and ... or not the bones and nails of the fingers are fused is variable. Surgical repair is indicated ...
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