Clinodactyly and Kirner deformity
This condition involves angulation of finger distal to palm.
In clinodactyly the finger deviates to the side ( For Example little finger deviates towards ring finger ). In kirner deformity, the finger tip bends towards the palm.
This happens because one of the bones in the finger is abnormal in shape and smaller. It is often hereditary and present on both sides.
Most children, though they have a deformity , function very well. If the finger function is good no treatment is necessary. Treatment is offered only when the angulation is severe or the angulated finger interferes with the function of other fingers .