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MCP

motion compensated prediction

MCP

(1) See Microsoft certification.

(2) (Master Control Program) See operating system.

(3) (MultiChip Package) A chip package that contains two or more chips. It is essentially a multichip module (MCM) that uses a laminated, printed-circuit-board-like substrate (MCM-L) rather than ceramic (MCM-C). MCPs are also tested after packaging, whereas the bare chips of ceramic-based MCMs were tested before packaging so as not to waste the more costly ceramic substrate if the chips were no good. See MCM.


Multichip Packages
These are examples of multichip packages with stacked chips (top) and side-by-side chips (bottom). The chips are wire bonded to the resin-based substrate which is attached to the printed circuit board using a ball grid array (BGA). (Illustration courtesy of Joseph Fjelstad.)
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The joints most frequently affected are the metacarpophalangeal (MCPs), proximal interphalangeal, 1st carpometacarpal and distal interphalangeal joints in the hands, and also the ankles, hips, and knees.
According to the ACR classification in 1987, RA can be diagnosed when at least four out of seven criteria are observed (joint stiffness for at least 6 weeks and morning stiffness for at least 1 hour, arthritis in at least three joints such as the knee, elbow, wrist, or ankle, arthritis in at least one hand joint (wrist, metacarpophalangeal, proximal interphalangeal joint, symmetrical arthritis, or rheumatoid nodules), serum rheumatoid factor positivity, erosion in the hand and wrist radiologically, and decalcification (2, 6).
But there is incidence of loss of reduction, penetration of metacarpophalangeal joint by hardware, thus necessitating a second surgery for hardware removal.
The function of the forelimbs is to absorb the impact during race, in which, the metacarpophalangeal and carpal joints are fully extended, and forced close to the pre-injury limit in proportion to the animal's speed.
used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to reveal the occurrence of a hypointense area coincidental to the time of a metacarpophalangeal crack.
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS patients who underwent silicone metacarpophalangeal joint replacement maintained significant improvement in ulnar drift and extensor lag after 7 years of follow-up in the prospective, multicenter Silicone Arthroplasty in Rheumatoid Arthritis study.
Pain also developed in his wrists and metacarpophalangeal joints of his hand, followed by cervical pain and slight rigidity on the hand's distal and proximal interphalangeal joints.
For median nerve, the active surface electrode should be put on the motor point of abductor pollicis brevis in the upper third of thenar eminence close to 1st metacarpophalangeal joint and stimulating electrode was kept at the ante-cubital fossa proximally and wrist distally and ground electrode at the back of the palm.
Channel 1: Accelerometer sensor on the extensor side of the third metacarpophalangeal joint.
The patient noted that she had dosed her hand in a car door one week earlier, causing minor trauma to the right third metacarpophalangeal joint.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a multisystemic, chronic inflammatory disease that afflicts the metacarpophalangeal and metatarsophalangeal joints.
Agha reviewed recommended administration of calcium hydroxylapatite, which is meant to be injected in bolus fashion midway between the dorsal crease of the wrist and the metacarpophalangeal joints, in a zone between the second and the fifth metacarpal bones.