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Symptoms of a dislocated finger include: pain, swelling, looking bent or deformed, not being able to move the finger.
1. Control Swelling
Convulsions in Children
Appears to have a seizure with uncontrolled, rapid shaking
Has trouble breathing
Hits his head before or during a convulsion
Is unconscious for several minutes
Might have ingested something poisonous
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2. Get Help
3. Follow Up
WebMD Medical Reference
Leggit, J. American Family Physician, March 1, 2006.
Medline Plus: “Dislocations.”
Finger Dislocation Information from eMedicineHealth.
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