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carpi

(kär′pī′)
n.
Plural of carpus.
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Stabilization of the proximal ulnar stump after the Darrach or Sauve-Kapandji procedure by using the extensor carpi ulnaris tendon.
A Flexor Carpi Radialis Brevis Muscle With an Anomalous Origin on the Distal Radius.
The title of this book is deceptive, suggesting a mere case study of demonic possession of nuns within the walls of Santa Chiara in Carpi similar to earlier studies of demonic possession in the Ursuline convents at Loudon and Auxonne (Michel de Certeau, The Possession at Loudon, trans.
If the SLL is intact, flexor carpi radialis (FCR) is thought to be an important dynamic stabiliser of the scaphoid, possibly due to its compression action at the scaphotrapezial-trapezoid joint.
AoAuGiovanni Medici, a spokesman for the town of Carpi, Italy, after two Swedish tourists mistyped the name and ended up in Carpi.
Donald, who is outside the automatic qualifying places, has been diagnosed with a subluxation of the extensor carpi ulnaris tendon in his left wrist, which is a partial dislocation.
For example, in his essay Umberto Carpi discusses the poem's congedo, addressed to the noblewoman Contessa Bianca Giovanna and commonly interpreted as the daughter of Guido Novello of Romena.
Keyboardist Steve Tromans has been widening his musical experience over the past two or three years, beginning with a spell in Mongolia and ending up in Italy in Carpi, Italy.
Highlight: In an immersion program, Clemson and KU education majors can spend a "Maymester" in Carpi, Italy classrooms.
Donald has been diagnosed with a subluxation of the extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU) tendon in his left wrist and could need surgery.
Donald has been diagnosed with a subluxation of the extensor carpi ulnaris tendon in his left wrist and could need surgery.
The Nirschl repair involves freeing tendinosis tissue from the extensor carpi radialis brevis muscle through a 1.