NC53.7/S62.7 Multiple fractures of fingers



Multiple fractures of the fingers typically occur due to direct trauma, such as crushing injuries or falls.


Multiple fractures of the fingers are diagnosed by physical examination and imaging, such as X-ray or CT scan.

Differential diagnosis

Other causes of finger pain and deformity, such as tendon injuries, joint dislocations, or ligament strains must be ruled out when diagnosing multiple fractures of the fingers.


Treatment of multiple fractures of the fingers depends on the number and severity of the fractures. Treatment may include immobilization of the affected fingers with a splint or cast, as well as physical therapy or surgery to restore function.


The prognosis of multiple fractures of the fingers depends on the severity of the fractures and the success of the treatment. In general, the prognosis is good with appropriate treatment.

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