Causes Of Shorter Index Finger On History Of Collision?
I want to ask, I used to fit when I was playing until I played the ball, so my legs collided / hit hard objects like that, so it caused my right index finger bone to be short dri on the middle toe. it’s not playing. now it’s 10 years ago. It doesn’t hurt, then my index toe can still be moved, I also exercise a lot. But there is no pain in the toe bone while exercising. Well, maybe my index finger can still be cured come back like smula or not? The thing is it’s funny it’s only the short index finger from the middle finger
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Shortening of the fingers is not only due to dislocation of the joint. A shortened finger can also occur due to a broken finger bone or a fracture and dislocation together. Broken bones can overlap with each other, making the fingers look shifted and shortened. Over time, the overlapping bones will merge into an overlapping state, so the fingers will shorten and pain will gradually disappear. Of course, this is not a good cure. This can be corrected again by an orthopedic doctor. The orthopedic doctor will examine your bones directly and ask you for an x-ray. If the bone had previously been broken and an abnormal junction has taken place, surgery is usually needed to correct it. You can discuss with the doctor who examined you about the benefits and risks of the action. If indeed the purpose of the action is only for aesthetics (appearance) and there are no other goals, you might need to reconsider. However, if it is indeed due to an abnormal connection that turns out to cause interference with the tissue in the finger area, maybe you really need this correction action. Ask the doctor who examined you in detail.
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