profilometry

profilometry

a system for studying disorders of micturition using electromyography and measurement of intraurethral pressures. See also urethral pressure profile.
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Tenders are invited for Non contract optical surface profilometry with accessories
5) These instruments, based on profilometry (using fluorescein as a 'screen' to project height patterns), Scheimpflug systems or optical coherence tomography (OCT), can help determine limbal and anterior scleral shape.
Urodynamic testing performed at the clinic included uroflowmetry, postvoid residual measurement, cystometric test, leak point pressure measurement, and urethral profilometry.
Another factor that influenced the result of PR was the mobilized area; according to the profilometry, the mobilization depth caused soil mobilization until the maximum depth of 29-32 cm.
To characterize the worn tools, profilometry and optical microscopic analysis were performed on the upper and lower inserts after 230,000 strokes.
The specimen surfaces were characterized with scanning electron microscopy (EVO 50), wide angle X-ray diffraction (Philips X'Pert-PRO), optical microscopy (Meiji MX9000), and optical profilometry (Stylus Profilometry) to examine the morphological and topological arrangements of the self-organized disc-shape spherulites.
The surface profile was analyzed at the center of the delimited area (A 2x4 mm window) using a noncontact optical profilometry (Contour Elite, Bruker Nano Surfaces Division, Tucson, AZ, USA).
2000) based on phase displacement extraction, Fourier Transform Profilometry (FTP) (Chen et al.
Objectively, shadow profilometry revealed that all treatment protocols reduced skin shadowing in striae.
The treated surface was characterized using water contact angle measurement for surface energy, optical profilometry for surface roughness, SEM for surface features and Auger electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis of surface.
3D non-contact profilometry was used to determine the primary outcome: tooth structure loss, i.