Broken toes are common injuries. They range from mild irritation to long-lasting pain or even amputation. The causes of a broken toe are myriad, but the majority come from trauma of some kind, often simple accidents.
Toe injuries vary case by case. Signs and symptoms include swelling, redness, blood under the toenail, pain when walking or standing, abnormal appearance, tingling, and open wounds.
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