Case 266

Medical History

A 43-year-old female patient attends an orthopedic clinic due to a fall from orthostatic position, with trauma in the fourth left dactyl. Complains pain and edema since the moment of trauma, deformation in the injured finger and difficulty of movement. Simple X-rays of the left hand were performed on posteroanterior and anterior internal oblique incidences, soon after the fall, in the emergency room.

Once analyzing the clinical case and the images presented, what is the best immediate approach?

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