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You may have a central slip injury if the middle knuckle of your finger looks bent. A central slip injury occurs when an important ligament on the back of the finger is broken, making it difficult to fully straighten the finger. This important tendon is called the ‘central slip’. Sometimes it’s just sore around the back of the knuckle and then, over the next few days to weeks, it becomes more and more difficult to straighten the finger.

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