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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

(bī-ŏm′ĭ-trē)
n.
Biometrics.

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.
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Hadlock and other foreign fetal biometry curves are used in Pakistan as there are no national normative data derived from local population.
(2) The authors compared biometric measurements obtained from the Aladdin optical biometry instrument with those of IOL Master, the accepted reference for optic biometric devices, and reported no significant differences between the two devices' mean ACD and keratometry values.
All 14 eyes were subjected to ultrasonic biometry and keratometry.
There are many studies that determine the otolith biometry and relationships between fish size (Waessle et al., 2003; Gumus & Kurt, 2009; Battaglia et al., 2010; Keskin; Sadighzadeh et al., 2014).
Ultrasound biometry combined with Doppler studies provides better evaluation of suspected IUGR as compared to only antenatal clinical diagnosis.
Variations in ocular biometry in an adult Chinese population in Singapore: the Tanjong Pagar Survey.
The first CB approval will involve the association of biometry and a chip integrated into a keyfob.
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.
The ultrasonic anatomy and biometry of eye in many animals have been investigated [1,3,9].
Ocular biometry is a useful tool for the assessment of abnormalities such as phthisis bulbi, microphthalmia, pseudoexophthalmia, scleral ectasia, and congenital glaucoma (BRANDAO et al., 2007; POTTER et al., 2008).