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per·i·met·ric

(per'i-met'rik),
1. Surrounding the uterus; relating to the perimetrium. Synonym(s): periuterine
2. Relating to the circumference of any part or area.
3. Relating to perimetry.

per·i·met·ric

(per'i-met'rik)
1. Surrounding the uterus; relating to the perimetrium.
Synonym(s): periuterine.
2. Relating to the circumference of any part or area.
3. Relating to perimetry.
[G. peri, around, + mētra, uterus]

¹perimetric

(per″ĭ-me′trik) [ peri- + ¹metro- + -ic]
Situated around the uterus.

²perimetric

(per″ĭ-me′trik) [ peri- + -metry]
Pert. to perimetry.
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Any large deviations in fixation lead to a pause in the perimetric examination.
For both perimetric methods, abnormal visual field was defined as a GHT outside normal limits, pattern standard deviation (PSD) with p<5% and presence of a cluster of 3 or more contiguous nonedge points in a location typical for glaucoma with p<5% with at least one point having p<1% on pattern deviation plot (PDP).
The pounds 35,665 TDV6S comes with electronic air suspension with terrain response, automatic climate control, cruise control, halogen headlamps, puddle and footwell lamps, fabric upholstery, illuminated vanity mirrors, perimetric and volumetric alarm systems, speed adaptive automatic gearbox, 17-inch alloy wheels and Goodyear tyres.
For instance, even the Primer a SE (one up from entry level) has colour rear-view camera as standard as well as ABS, EBD, electronic climate control, six-inch colour centre display monitor, remote control central locking, anti-hijack and perimetric alarm, and CD radio with six speakers.
On display will be the original plastic pallets from Craemer, the highly acclaimed one piece moulded CR1 manufactured to industry standards (Euro 1200 x 800mm) and, the heavy duty CR3 (UK 1200 X 1000mm) which is available as perimetric or with three runners.
Practitioners were welcomed with a diverse range of presentations on offer, which included the impact of perimetric stimuli area on response variability across the visual field, the effect of age on visual short-term memory, and intriguing observations on the vision and fine-motor control in high-level cricketers.
The pallet measures 1200x1000mm and comes with a choice of three runners or in a full perimetric version, and is fitted with unique full width anti-slip strips.
Standard equipment includes driver's airbag, load limiting seat belts, stereo cassette, split fold rear seats, perimetric alarm, immobiliser and isolated alarm sounder, power assisted steering and even a tailgate spoiler.
Perimetric blindness is the most feared outcome from the patient and practitioner viewpoint, however, there is evidence that even mild visual field loss may have a significantly adverse effect on quality of life.
9) In the short-term, the low cost, widespread acceptance, and availability of static VA and perimetric measures justifies their use but other tests should be developed to aid correct determination of one's visual ability to drive, so that appropriate allocation of who can retain their licences can be performed.
1, D) in an automated perimetric printout, their associated age-corrected (Fig.