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IO (1)

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY .

IO (2)

IO

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the British Indian Ocean Territory. This is the code used in international transactions to and from BIOT bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the BIOT. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the BIOT.

3. Interest only. A derivative security whose cash flow derives exclusively from interest payments on various debt securities. The underlying asset of an interest-only strip is interest paid on debt securities, rather than the debt securities themselves. Many interest only strips are backed by mortgage interest, but some are also backed by Treasury securities and other debt securities. Interest-only strips are derived from bonds whose coupons' ownership is legally separated (or "stripped") from the debt securities themselves.

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Keywords: Hand defects, Reverse flow posterior interosseous artery flap.
(a) Median Nerve; (b) Anterior interosseous nerve; (c) Pronator teres branch (Humeral head); (d) Pronator teres branch (ulnar head); (e) Flexor digitorum superficialis branch; (f) Palmaris longus branch; (g) Flexor carpi radialis branch.
(2,3) It originates on the interosseous crest of the radius and inserts on the interosseous border of the ulna.
The targeted second dorsal interosseous (SDI) muscle (d).
(1) The cause of pain in dorsal wrist ganglia is postulated to be from compression of the terminal branches of the posterior interosseous nerve.
Superficial recording electrodes were placed over APB (at 8 cm distance from the stimulus site), second lumbrical muscle (at 10 cm distance from stimulus site), and second interosseous muscle (at 10 cm distance from stimulus site).
We report the case of 32-year-old male who had a painful knee due to tophus formation in the interosseous area of the bipartite patella.
Of these, 18 patients resolved on the first post-operative day, while 12 patients recovered at 3 months and 2 patients at 6 months follow-up; after a year, 1 persisted with anterior interosseous nerve (AIN) palsy.
Following three patients presented with motor deficits in addition to sensory symptoms in the upper extremity due to compression of the radial nerve, anterior interosseous nerve and posterior interosseos nerve respectively.
He used anterior interosseous nerve end to pronator quadratus for end to side coaptation to deep motor fascicle to ulnar nerve in distal forearm for intrinsic hand function restoration.
[8] In another study, the use of flexible reamers was shown to have longer femoral interosseous tunnel length compared to a rigid or a straight guide pin.

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