History: 40 year old male with finger pain.
Dislocated Proximal Interphalangeal Joint – Frontal radiograph of the hand reveals ulnar dislocation of the third proximal interphalangeal joint (yellow arrow).
This is a case of a dislocated third proximal interphalangeal joint. See another case of a dislocated interphalangeal joint here.
English: Traumatic dislocation of the proximal interphalangeal joint. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I am a radiology physician from California, USA.
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