Pain. Typically pain and swelling. Occasionally there is rotational deformity.
Several. Pain, swelling, deformity, tenderness, limited motion, painful motion. I you are at all concerned, see a hand specialist.
Pain. Pain, swelling, deformity and limitation of motion.
Pain -Discoloration. Pain and bruising, particularly when lasting for more than a week. Deformity after an injury should always be evaluated by a health professional. An xray is usually needed to evaluate for smaller fractures in the small finger joints.
It depends. The symptoms depend upon the type of fracture, location, and severity of associated soft tissue injury. These symptoms include pain, stiffness, swelling, and can be associated with deformity of the digit. The severity of these symptoms depend on the factors note above -.