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No Pain No Problem? - 2/15/2008
What is the diagnosis?

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2/1/2008
Anonymous
possible post stiffnes from IV PIP and /or MP fracture . appears edematous . could be post surgical
2/1/2008
Anonymous
looks like FDS / FDP injury
2/1/2008
Anonymous
if not a flexor tendon injury, it could be tenosynovitis and trigger finger.
2/1/2008
Anonymous
FDP injury
2/1/2008
Anonymous
FDP injury...jersey finger?
2/4/2008
Anonymous
Without seeing the finger "in action", I would have to say either a trigger finger, possible flexor tendon injury, or possible scar adhesion from a surgical procedure.
4/23/2008
Anonymous
By the title I would guess FDP injury.
11/13/2008
Anonymous
JERSEY FINGER?
3/9/2009
Anonymous
lac of fds
7/29/2009
Anonymous
FDP injury the DIP isn't flexing
11/12/2011
Anonymous
ulnar nerve palsy
 
     
   
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