Alternative Names Second degree burn; First degree burn; Third degree burn Symptoms Blisters Pain (the degree of pain is not related to the severity of the burn -- the most serious burns can be painless) Peeling skin Red skin Shock (watch for pale and clammy skin, weakness, bluish lips and fingernails, and a drop in alertness) Swelling White or charred skin Symptoms of an airways burn: Charred mouth; burned lips Burns on the head, face, or neck Wheezing Change in voice Difficulty breathing; coughing Singed nose hairs or eyebrows Dark, carbon-stained mucus
The middle joint of the toe is bent. The end part of the toe bends down into a claw-like deformity. At first, you may be able to move and straighten the toe. Over time, you will no longer be able to move the toe.
A corn often forms on the top of the toe. A callus is found on the sole of the foot.
Walking or wearing shoes can be painful.
Signs and tests
A physical examination of the foot confirms that you have hammer toe. The health care provider may find decreased and painful movement in the toes.
Alternative Names Web finger repair; Web toe repair; Syndactyly repair Risks Risks for any anesthesia include the following: Problems breathing Reactions to medications Risks for any surgery include the following: Bleeding Infection Other possible complications related to this surgery include the following: Damage from not getting enough blood in the hand or foot, due to the cast Loss of skin grafts Stiffness of the fingers or toes Call your doctor if you notice the following: Fever Fingers that tingle, are numb, or have a bluish tinge Severe pain Swelling
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