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What is Boutonniere deformity?

What is Boutonniere deformity?

  • Boutonniere deformity: A finger deformity where the finger permanently bends down at the middle joint and the end joint bends backwards. It can occur as the result of an injury to the tendon or an inflammatory condition such as rheumatoid arthritis.

Boutonniere deformity: Introduction

Types of Boutonniere deformity:

Broader types of Boutonniere deformity:

What causes Boutonniere deformity?

Causes of Boutonniere deformity: see causes of Boutonniere deformity

What are the symptoms of Boutonniere deformity?

Symptoms of Boutonniere deformity: see symptoms of Boutonniere deformity

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Boutonniere deformity: Orthopedic Surgeon ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Boutonniere deformity.
Treatments for Boutonniere deformity: see treatments for Boutonniere deformity
Research for Boutonniere deformity: see research for Boutonniere deformity

Name of Boutonniere deformity

Main name of condition: Boutonniere deformity


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