During a discussion on another thread in this forum, it became clear that a naming convention of some sort should be made for the implant locations in the hand:
I simply modeled the way dentists talk about teeth in the mouth, and concluded the following should suffice…
First, a prefix of L or R for Left or Right. Next, a number to specify the position.
0 - The triangle tissue between the first metacarpal bones of the thumb and index finger
1 - Between first metacarpals of the index and middle finger
2 - Between first metacarpals of the middle and ring finger
3 - Between first metacarpals of the ring and small (pinky) finger
4 - Just outside the first metacarpal of the small (pinky) finger
5 - The outer edge (knife edge) if the hand
6 - On our around the second metacarpal of the thumb*
7 - On our around the second metacarpal of the index finger*
8 - On our around the second metacarpal of the middle finger
9 - On our around the second metacarpal of the ring finger*
10 - On our around the second metacarpal of the small (pinky) finger*
More positions may be added to this list in time. Fingertips should be fairly self-explanatory (I have a magnet in my left middle fingertip).
*These positions are mostly listed for consistency, but they are very uncommon implant locations due to their relatively small size and are typically not suited for implantation for that reason.