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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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The comparative evaluation of the recordings from the second lumbrical muscles for median distal motor latencies and ulnar distal motor latencies obtained from the interosseous muscles is another technique assessing the sensitivity of motor NCS.
Shortening seen in multiple metacarpal fractures which was corrected by plating which restores the power of interosseous muscles thereby retaining the grip strength of hand.
Supercharged end-to-side anterior interosseous to ulnar motor nerve transfer for intrinsic musculature reinnervation.
The aim of this case series is to document our experience with acute complications of the dorsal Thompson approach, specifically with regard to injuries to the posterior interosseous nerve.
Notably, sensory function of the hand should remain at baseline despite the motor dysfunction, as the anterior interosseous is purely a motor nerve.
1 represents the case when there are two main arterial trunks in the arm ("doubled BA") and the variant superficial brachial artery continues as the ACNM or the common interosseous artery.
Most anterior (deepest) muscle of deep posterior (plantar flexor) compartment of leg; origin, soleal line and posterior surface of tibia, the head and shaft of the fibula between the medial crest and interosseous border, and the posterior surface of interosseous membrane; insertion, navicular, three cuneiform, cuboid, and second, third, and fourth metatarsal bones; action, plantar flexion and inversion of foot; nerve supply, tibial.
Wide resection of the tumor was accompanied by disarticulation of the carpometacarpal (CMC) joint, osteotomy of the proximal second metacarpal bone, disarticulation of the second metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint, resection of the tendons and neurovascular bundles of the thumb and index finger, and resection of both the first dorsal interosseous and lumbrical muscles.
Treatment of Lisfranc fracture dislocations with an interosseous suture button technique: a review of 3 cases.