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Mallet finger is the deformity when you are unable to straighten the fingertip. A mallet finger can be as simple as a small bend all the way up to a completely dropped fingertip. Signs and symptoms of a mallet finger include recent injury to the fingertip, such as a knock, or pain, redness or swelling in the area below the fingernail. It is often painless, depending on the cause.

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