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تشوه عنق الإوزة Swan Neck Deformity


تشوه عنق الإوزة Swan Neck Deformity

 تشوه عنق الإوزة Swan Neck Deformity

A Swan Neck deformity is a condition where the middle joint of the finger, known as the PIP joint, hyperextends or bends backwards and the end joint near the fingernail, known as the DIP joint, flexes or is bent downwards.

How do you get a Swan Neck deformity?

The most common causes of a Swan Neck deformity are a diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), a ligament injury or an untreated Mallet or "Baseball" finger. Swan Neck deformity can also be a problem for people with a connective tissue disease known as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS).
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