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Related to Boutonniere deformity: mallet finger, swan neck deformity
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a disfiguring abnormality of shape or form

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an appearance that has been spoiled or is misshapen

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Greater deformity was observed in the right hand than left hand in our study with regard to piano key sign and boutonniere deformity, and no differences were detected concerning swan neck deformity, ulnar deviation, Z deformity, tenosynovitis, interosseous atrophy, or hypertrophic degeneration.
One proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint injury is the Boutonniere deformity, which occurs when there's a blow to the dorsum of the finger, usually by a ball; this results in eventual flexion at the PIP joint and hyperextension at the DIP joint due to extensor tendon injury.
One proximal interphalangeal (PIP) injury is the Boutonniere deformity, which occurs when there's a blow to the dorsum of the finger, usually by a ball; this results in eventual flexion at the PIP joint and hyperextension at the DIP joint due to extensor tendon injury.
The most common office complaints are described in detail: trigger finger, ganglion cyst, mucous cyst, mallet finger, Dupuytren disease, Boutonniere deformity, skier thumb, flexor tendon injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, and de Quervain tendonitis.