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Appendix A: List of Abbreviations Found in This Work

J Bone Joint Surg Am, 2002 Jun 01;84(suppl 1):S67-S67
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AP: anteroposterior
ARS: axis of the radial styloid
CHI: carpal height index
CIC: carpal instability complex
CIC-PLI: carpal instability complex-perilunate instability type
CID: carpal instability dissociated
CID-DISI: carpal instability dissociated with dorsal intercalated segmental instability
CID-VISI: carpal instability dissociated with volar intercalated segmental instability
CIND: carpal instability nondissociated
CIND-DISI: carpal instability nondissociated with dorsal intercalated segmental instability
CIND-VISI: carpal instability nondissociated with volar intercalated segmental instability
CL: capitolunate
CLIP: capitolunate instability pattern
CMC: carpometacarpal
CT: computed tomography
DCR: distal carpal row
DCT: dorsal carpal translation
DISI: dorsal intercalated segmental instability
DRUJ: distal radioulnar joint
LAT: lateral
LT: lunotriquetral
LTD: lunotriquetral dissociation
MAMI: medial anterior midcarpal instability
MC: midcarpal
MCI: midcarpal instability
MCJ: midcarpal joint
MCS: midcarpal subluxation
MR: magnetic resonance
MRI: magnetic resonance imaging
PA: posteroanterior
PCR: proximal carpal row
PISI: palmar intercalated segmental instability
PLD: perilunate dissociation
PLI: perilunate instability
PM: provocative maneuver
RC: radiocarpal
RCA: radiocarpal axis
RCI: radiocarpal instability
RCJ: radiocarpal joint
RL: radiolunate
RSS: rotary subluxation of the scaphoid
SL: scapholunate
SLAC: scapholunate advanced collapse
SLD: scapholunate dissociation
SNAC: scaphoid nonunion advanced collapse
SPC: scaphopisocapitate
STT: scaphotrapeziotrapezoidal
TFC: triangular fibrocartilage
TFCC: triangular fibrocartilage complex
TH: triquetrohamate
TLD: triquetrolunate dissociation
UV: ulnar variance
UMI: ulnar midcarpal instability
UT: ulnar translation
VISI: volar (ventral) intercalated segmental instability
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