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Finger Fracture Treatment

Description

The most common form of treatment is casting or splinting to allow the finger to heal. The finger may also be taped to the adjacent finger to prevent rotation of the finger in the cast. If the fracture ends are misaligned, surgery will likely be required to realign the fracture ends and hold them in place with pins, plates or screws.

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