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the quality, condition, or degree of being thick

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the dimension through an object as opposed to its length or width

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Maximum tumour thickness was measured using the measurement tool callipers on the machine.
The pathologist assessed the size of primary lesion, thickness, depth of infiltration, grading, margin of resection, lymphovascular invasion, perineural invasion, bone invasion, nodal staging and extranodal spread.
For every patient who was selected for rhinoplasty, a data sheet describing the nasal deformities, measurements, and nasal skin thickness (by digital pinch test) was completed by a senior otolaryngologist dividing the patients clinically into thin, intermediate and thick groups as well as a preoperative visual analog scale patients with major discrepancies in thickness between the 3 parts of the nose were not included.
"MRI measures of carotid artery wall thickness were more consistently associated with cardiovascular events than was intima-media thickness using ultrasound.
Treatment effectiveness was evaluated for each patient by comparing pre- and post-injection subfoveal choroidal thickness and central macular thickness at each visit by paired-sample t-test.
Conclusions: Retinal nerve fibre layer thickness measurements were found to vary with refractive status and axial length of the eye.
Most of studies are done in older population or in children above 11-12 years, results show that myopia is associated with relatively increased thickness of fovea, decreased volume of macula and decreased parafoveal macular thickness.
Those presenting limitations for undergoing the exploration or for the interpretation of the results, such as subjects unable to collaborate adequately to complete the ocular explorations, those presenting a refractive error > 5.5 diopters (D) or astigmatism greater than 3 D, those with a visual acuity (VA, Snellen Visual Acuity Scale) of less than 0.7 with a difference of vision greater than one line of the optotype between the AV of both eyes, and those with intraocular pressure (IOP) greater than 21 mmHg or those presenting other conditions, such as strabismus, amblyopia, or the presence of pathology that may cause changes in retinal thickness such as chorioretinal scars, myelin fibers, or papillary druses, were also excluded.
Previous studies have reported the measurements of choroidal thickness in healthy children by different instruments [31-33].
* A 10[degrees]/o increase in wall thickness provides approximately a 33% increase in stiffness with most materials
For H angle, nose prominence, upper lip thickness, and basic upper lip thickness, there were variation from the Holdaway's norms.
In both myopic and hyperopic patients, there were no significant differences in mean RNFL thickness, macular thickness, macular volume, axial length, or optic disc area between amblyopic and non-amblyopic eyes.
The thickness control and tension establishing process of a five-stand tandem cold rolling mill (TCM) were analyzed using a linearization physical model based on dynamic tension differential equations and the thickness delay method by PHILLIPS [1].