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CMC

(messaging)

CMC

(hardware)
Common Mezzanine Card.
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CMC

(1) See computer-mediated communication.

(2) (Common Messaging Calls) The standard programming interface (API) for X.400 and other messaging systems. Specified by the X.400 API Association (XAPIA), CMC provides a common messaging interface for applications that want to become mail enabled. See X.400.
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Ligament reconstruction for the painful thumb carpometacarpal joint. J Bone Joint Surg Am.
Harrington, "Carpometacarpal joint dislocation of the thumb associated with fracture of the trapezium: a case report," European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology, vol.
The GRIP study is a prospective feasibility Phase II study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of Cartiva SCI in the treatment of first carpometacarpal joint osteoarthritis.
Effectiveness of leech therapy in women with symptomatic arthrosis of the first carpometacarpal joint: a randomized controlled trial.
The limbs were amputated at the level of the carpometacarpal joint and were examined to exclude limbs with any gross anatomical abnormalities or damage produced during the cutting process.
Three subtypes of construct validity (convergent, divergent and structural validity) of the PRWHE were evaluated with 122 patients post arthroplasty for osteoarthritis of the first carpometacarpal joint (MacDermid et al 2007).
This disease is characterized by pain, stiffness, and swelling of the finger joints, along with damage of the articular cartilage mostly in the four distal and proximal interphalangeal joints and the first carpometacarpal joint [1].
The involvement of the first carpometacarpal joint, also referred to as trapeziometacarpal arthritis is the second most common degenerative joint disease in hand, predominantly in females in their fifth and sixth decades of life.
(1,3,5) Additional findings on physical examination may include decreased abduction and extension ranges of motion at the first carpometacarpal joint, pain with isometric activation of the APB and EPB tendons, and crepitus of tendons moving through the thickened extensor sheath.