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clinometer (klī-nŏm′ĕ-tĕr) [Gr. klinein, to slope, + metron, measure]
An instrument formerly used for estimating torsional deviation of the eyes; used to measure ocular muscle paralysis.
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Apparatus used to measure ocular torsion.
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properties of accelerometry to measure activity in patients with stroke are promising, especially the validity and reliability of accelerometry to measure the activity of patients with stroke in the different stages, demonstrated by means of various protocols .
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observation of Earth tides in 1978-1979 at the Ksiaz station no 0906, Publs.
Data documenting the clinometric
properties of the Dutch CFS-APQ are available [27-28].
Results of the clinometric
observations in chosen periods are presented in Figure 4.
Satellite GPS technique, gravimetric, as well as geodetic and clinometric
observations were used in the investigations.