Health Tip: Treating a Jammed Finger
(HealthDay News) -- A jammed finger can be a small fracture, dislocation or a sprain to one of the joints, says Mayo Clinic. The injury can be painful and the joint can swell.
To treat a jammed finger, Mayo suggests:
Seek prompt medical care if the finger appears deformed, if the injured person develops a fever or if the finger becomes numb.
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