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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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Optical biometry methods are well suited for use in monitoring the progression of AL in children utilising non-contact instruments that are easy to align.
User group for Laser Interference Biometry (ULIB) can be utilised for estimating a newer constant for such cases if non-contact IOL constant is not available.
Zaidi et al from Pakistan established fetal measurements in population of Karachi, predominantly Urdu-speaking "Mohajirs" 17 but authors were unable to find any study on fetal biometry in the southern Punjab region, therefore this study was undertaken to calculate fetal biometry for this population.
In our literature search we found two different studies comparing the Sirius system with Lenstar, another optical biometry instrument.
Keratometry, ultrasonic biometry, and prediction of intraocular lens power in the feline eye.
Ocular biometry in primary angle closure glaucoma in Indians.
The results in our study also showed that combination of different parameters of ultrasound biometry when combined with different doppler parameters gives better accuracy and can also predict the severity of the condition.
Refractive error and biometry in older Chinese adults: the Liwan eye study.
Beyond the fact that biometry simplifies authentication by the single act of placing a finger on a reader and without the need for a confidential code, it reinforces security because the cardholder must be present for the transaction.
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).
Ocular Biometry, the related components including Anterior Chamber Depth, Lens Thickness, Vitreous Chamber Depth and Axial Length were measured using an A-scan ultrasound device.
e) National Cancer Centre Heidelberg, c/o Tumor Centre Heidelberg-Mannhein, c/o Institute of Medical Biometry and Informatics, University of Heidelberg, Germany