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Pain in fifth finger.
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There is an avulsion fracture of the dorsal aspect of the proximal end of the distal phalanx involving approximately 50% of the articular surface with dorsal displacement of the fracture fragment.
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Mallet fingers are initially managed with immobilization in hyperextension. These injuries should be reviewed by a hand surgeon.
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