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Finger Fracture

A fracture is a broken bone. The bone may be only cracked, or it may be broken into two or more pieces. Each finger has three bones, the proximal (nearest the knuckle), middle, and distal (fingertip) phalanges. Joints are formed where the ends of the bones meet, to allow for finger movement. Fractures can occur at any point along the finger and may or may not involve a joint.

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