Pain, swelling, loss. Of motion, deviation, rotation, stiffness, throbbing, numbness, discoloration, tightness all can be symptoms of a finger fracture. If one suspects a fracture, then elevation, ice , splinting and urgent evaluation is needed as many seemingly simple fractures in the hand require a detailed understanding of what to do to optimize healing and return of function.
Pain loss motion. There will be pain, swelling, decrease in finger motion and possibly a crooked deformity to the finger.
Pain & deformity. This can be associated with signs if deformity, dysfunctional grip or scissorimg of the fingers with open/close, pain, weakness, audible clicking, swelling, etc. An x-ray should be diagnostic. Occasionally an MRI is required for hairline fractures with no displacement.