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Several skin signs of aging serve as significant predictors of increased risk for ischemic heart disease independent of chronologic age and the standard cardiovascular risk factors, Dr.
The visible signs of aging reflect physiologic or biologic age and are independent of chronologic age," said Dr Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen, lead investigator of the Copenhagen Heart Study and a professor of clinical biochemistry at the University of Copenhagen.
As all these souls evolve, you see the connections between them, and follow their chronologic progress.
We need to teach doctors not to think of a person's chronologic age, but think of their functional age," he said.
CH-9 (b) Proband Phenotype Clinical information 1 SV Pubic hair at 4 years; bone age, 11 years, 6 months at chronologic age of 5 years; basal 17OHP, (a) 3174 ng/dL (95.
Philbrick's methodology in explaining the Little Bighorn battle is primarily chronologic, as he reviews the preparation, conduct, and aftermath of the battle, interspersed with brief historical vignettes that illuminate important aspects of the key leaders.
The low heart rate setting is determined largely by the gestational age and chronologic age of the infant; it is usually set at 100 beats/ min (bpm) for premature infants < 3 months of age, 80 bpm for term infants < 3 months of age, or 60 bpm for infants > 3 months of age (chronologic age).
Summary of operative findings in chronologic order of operations Patient Ear Findings 1 Right Bony shell covering stapes tendon Left Bony bar from posterior ear canal to head of stapes, running slightly superior to stapes tendon 2 Left Bony bar from posterior ear canal to head of stapes, running slightly superior to stapes tendon Right A fairly thin, half-pipe-shaped bone extending from the posterior ear canal wall to the head of the stapes; pyramidal eminence present; stapes tendon absent 3 Left Bony bar from posterior ear canal to head of stapes, running slightly superior to stapes tendon Right Bony bar from posterior ear canal to head of stapes, running slightly superior to stapes tendon Table 2.
The chronologic defines the level of storytelling that is more or less fixed.
For planetary chronologies, periods and epochs are the main chronologic subdivisions.
1139) these men struggled with inconsistencies in earlier chronologic calculations.
Matti Aapro, Executive Director of SIOG and Founding Editor of the Journal of Geriatric Oncology noted, "It is imperative that chronologic age alone does not prevent senior adult patients from receiving treatment and care for their cancer, which is in line with best practice.
Alexander strays from her chronologic framework to provide a narrative of the ill-fated Seneca Village, though this digression does not detract from the monograph's stated goals.
The chronologic age is a number that tells us and the world how long we have been alive.
The heart of the site was a timeline, the first to attempt to document the Los Angeles GLBT history, that was in reverse chronologic format (much like today's blogs with the most recent items at the top) and featured links to specific documents, such as minutes of business meetings, photographs, and legal documents.