Finger bone fractures : Different types of fractures
According to studies conducted by the American Society of Hand Surgery, the number of combinations of different types of hand fractures is very high. Types of finger fracture categories include the following:
Non-displacement fracture (permanent fracture): The bone cracks or breaks completely but is fixed in place and does not move.
The bone splits into several separate pieces and comes out of its original position.
A broken bone turns into three or more parts and moves.
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The ligament or tendon and the piece of bone attached to it separate from the main bone.
The broken end of a bone sinks into another bone.
The bone moves in two different directions with the applied pressure and is divided into two halves.
The skin on the broken bone remains intact and healthy.
Wounds form on the skin and visible bone.
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