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4Check alignment

Under general anesthesia, the tenodesis effect is used, the surgeon fully flexing the wrist to produce extension of the ...

Using the tenodesis effect when under anesthesia

Under general anesthesia, the tenodesis effect is used, the surgeon fully flexing the wrist to produce extension of the fingers, and fully extending the wrist to cause flexion of the fingers.