What Injury’s Name Is French for Buttonhole?
Your hand slips and a fingertip bangs head-on against a board. Your finger’s middle joint bows up like a ready-to-pounce cat’s back. You straighten it with your other hand, but it springs right back into pouncing mode.
You are now the probably-not-so-proud owner of a boutonniere deformity. The only chance it has ever to fully function again is to get proper treatment with a specific type of splinting. The Survival Doctor shares this info.