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Simultaneous dorsal dislocation of both interphalangeal joints in a finger.
  1. B. Krebs,
  2. L. K. Grøn

    Abstract

    Following simultaneous dorsal dislocation of both interphalangeal joints of a finger, attention must be paid to the risk of a long period of recovery because of the severity of the lesion. Approximately one year after such an accident to a footballer arthrodesis was performed on the proximal interphalangeal joint, as the patient was still suffering from constant pain in the finger.

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