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A 68-year-old male presents with a long history of right index finger pain. He has a history of cerebral palsy (GMFCS 2) and has noted his right finger pain to be unchanged over the last 20 years. His clinical image is shown in Figure A. He denies a history of trauma. He had tried a prolonged course of splinting but this has not been effective. A tenotomy of which of the structures labeled in Figure B would be the most appropriate treatment for the patient?
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