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- Acute Mallet Finger Injuries—A ReviewJournal of Hand SurgeryVol. 48Issue 3
- PreviewAcute disruptions of the terminal extensor tendon are common and can result in significant dysfunction if not recognized and treated appropriately. This article provides a topical review of the contemporary literature concerning acute mallet finger injuries. It also proposes a modification to the Doyle classification to make it more encompassing and less prone to interobserver error.