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biometry

 [bi-om´ĕ-tre]
the application of statistical methods and measurement methods to biological phenomena.

bi·om·e·try

(bī-om'ĕ-trē),
The application of statistical methods to the study of numeric data based on biologic observations and phenomena.
[bio- + G. metron, measure]

biometry

/bi·om·e·try/ (bi-om´ĕ-tre) the application of statistical methods to biological phenomena.

biometry

(bī-ŏm′ĭ-trē)
n.
Biometrics.

biometry

[bī·om′ətrē]
the application of statistical methods in analyzing data obtained in biological or anthropological research. See also biology.

biometry

Measurement of life; the projection of a person’s life expectancy.

bi·om·e·try

(bī-om'ĕ-trē)
The application of statistical methods to the study of numeric data based on biologic observations and phenomena.
[bio- + G. metron, measure]

biometry

or

biometrics

the analysis of biological data by means of statistical or mathematical techniques.

biometry

statistical analysis of biological data

biometrics, biometry

the application of statistical methods to biological data.
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The following were excluded: twins (n= 17), prenatally detected fetal anomaly (n=9), early pregnancy loss (n=18), asymmetric fetal biometry on 1st US (n=5), later confirmed as not pregnant (n=13), and dating information not available (n=30) or insufficient (n=66).
This may be due to the strong influence of the genetic factor on SG (Polge 1971) and the homogeneity observed in the biometry of the three provenances.
Dr Nishiura is a researcher at the Department of Medical Biometry, University of Tubingen, Germany.
gov; or Darryl Bertolucci, Division of Biometry and Epidemiology, 301-443-4898, e-mail: dbertolu@willco.
The proprietary 3D-CSI[TM] (Confocal Structured Illumination) imaging and biometry system is being designed to image and analyze the anatomy across all grades of cataract to improve proficiency.
ZEISS presents the first device with SWEPT Source Biometry at this year's Summer Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) in London: The new IOLMaster 700 allows to identify irregular geometries of the eye or insufficient fixation already during the diagnosis.
In sections on basics and accurate biometry, and formulas and special circumstances, he discusses such matters as immersion versus applanation ultrasound, automated keratometry for IOL power calculation, personalizing formulas, post-laser refractive surgery eyes, and preventing IOL power errors.
The MCOS study offers a number of notable features: a prospective design; well matched samples and high resolution ocular biometry measures, which collectively should elucidate whether OK contact lens wear is a feasible method of myopia control.
Material has been added on exophthalmometry and A-scan biometry.
We previously tested biometry using fingerprints, but scanning the iris is new for us," says Charlotte Rosengren-Edgren, Head of Product Innovation at SAS.