Subluxation of left small finger

A 70-year-old man presented with swelling and deformity of the left small finger after he fell 5 days ago. A lateral radiograph of the left small finger (Figure) shows the hyperextension of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint. What is the best treatment option?

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Mallet fracture

Mallet Fracture. Mallet finger is an injury to the thin tendon that straightens. Subluxation

Yes subluxation proximal pip small finger Rx replacement and fixation with k wire Or cast

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Mallet fracture. Subluxation Replacement and fixation with k wire or cast.

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Sublaxation of small proximal phalanx reduction & k wire fixation

Subluxation. Reduction under brachial aneasthrsia

Dislocation of proximal IP joint of little finger

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Subluxation proximal interphalangeal joint

Mallet fracture

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Mallet Fracture

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