The symptoms of finger sprains and injuries
A finger sprain is a partial tear in a ligament, often a collateral ligament, of a finger joint.
What are the most common causes?
A sprain most often occurs when a finger is bent back in a way that causes a tear in the volar plate. Sprains are a common injury, particularly in sports or ball games.
What are the symptoms?
Symptoms include sharp pain and loss of use of the injured finger, along with swelling and bruising at the joint.
How is it diagnosed?
An X-ray of the finger will be done to reveal a fracture or bone spur.
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