biometry


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a branch of biology that studies biological phenomena and observations by means of statistical analysis

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In the present study different body biometry traits, relationships among different body measurements and to develop unobservable components (latent) to define which of these measures best represent body conformation in Gojri buffalo were studied using principal component analysis.
The LMP-based GA and US-based GA were compared in cases where US biometry was available, refuting the LMP-based GA when the LMP was uncertain or the difference was greater than accepted tolerance intervals (>2 standard deviations (SDs) before 16 weeks; >2 weeks at 16-24 weeks [17] and >3 weeks after 24 weeks).
This study was to characterize the normal ultrasound appearance and ocular biometry of vitreous chamber in the eye of cattle by using a widely available, general purpose scanner and this investigation will provide baseline information for the study of pathologic conditions affecting the eyes with an ultrasound unit commonly available to the veterinarian.
Tables 2 and 3 show the results for SG, mechanical properties and biometry by region of provenance.
Whether they are evaluating the fetal heart in real time or analyzing fetal biometry to assess growth and well-being, it's essential for the clinician to be able to view high quality, clear ultrasound images," said senior vice president, Ultrasound, for Philips Healthcare Anne LeGrand.
In addition to the surgical challenges of operating on a very large eyeball, there are many technical challenges like getting all the complex calculations required for the lens implant, a process called biometry.
She went on to receive her MA in Biometry and Statistics from SUNY, Albanys School of Public Health, Albany, NY.
Approximately 130 oral and poster presentations (from 41 countries) are arranged in sections on biometry, theory, industrial applications, surveillance and security, multimedia, and medical imaging.
An APHA member, Dublin served as chief of the epidemiology and biometry branch of the National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases from 1960-1966, and as director of the Office of Health Manpower of the former Department of Health, Education and Welfare from 1968-1970.
For the most part, these tables were taken directly from the surveys conducted at that time by the NIMH Division of Biometry and Epidemiology.
Address for correspondence: Hiroshi Nishiura, Department of Medical Biometry, University of Tubingen, Westbahnhofstrasse 55, Tubingen, D 72070, Germany; email: nishiura.
With financial aid coming from the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Beeby and his colleagues are trying to determine whether OAE patterns can be used in biometry, like iris scans or fingerprints.
d) Institute of Medical Informatics and Biometry, Technical University Hospital, Dresden, Germany
We have previously tested biometry within the company using fingerprints, but scanning the iris is new for us.
Scandinavian airline SAS said on Wednesday (10 September) that it would conduct customer testing of biometry for simplified check-in and embarkation at two airports.