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cen·tile

(sen'til),
One hundredth. See: quantile.
[L. centum, one hundred, + -ilis, adj. suffix]

cen·tile

(sen'tīl)
One hundredth.
[L. centum, one hundred, + -ilis, adj. suffix]
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Step 1: Development of model MAC-for-length centiles were created by combining HS1 5th centile MAC-for-age and length-for-age growth chart data.
Centiles were calculated for each measurements using the formula: centile = mean + K x SD (K = +-1.
Los baremos centiles consisten en asignar a cada posible puntuacion directa un valor (en una escala de 1 a 100) que se denomina centil (o percentil) y que indican el porcentaje de sujetos del grupo normativo que obtienen puntuaciones iguales o inferiores a las correspondientes directas.
The 3rd, 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th, 90th, 97th smoothed centile curves for head circumference with regard to age, height, and waist circumference are presented in Figs.
Based on its recent analysis of the cloud communications industry, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Centile with the 2015 European Frost & Sullivan Award for Price/Performance Value Leadership.
It is good to know that centile charts of the anthropometric measurements have been generated for Omani infants born at 26-weeks of gestation.
Customised growth centiles based on individual fetal growth potential enhance our ability to differentiate between physiological and pathological growth derangements.
2] distribution centiles and Passing-Bablok analysis.
Por esta razon es muy habitual que los test proporcionen medias, desviaciones tipicas y procedimientos para convertir las puntuaciones directas en puntuaciones tipificadas, es decir, puntuaciones que expresan la posicion relativa de la persona evaluada en la distribucion del grupo de referencia, entre las cuales, las mas habituales en test psicopatologicos, son las puntuaciones centiles (o percentiles), las tipicas, las tipicas normalizadas y varias derivadas de estas dos ultimas (p.
The LMS method [21] was applied to calculate sex-specific weight-for-height, BMI-for-age, MUAC-forage, and also TST-for-age centiles in each of the three stages of maturity.
Only one in 10 children will be lower than three centiles and need treatment.