The methods arising from the chemical model are popular due to hydrodensitometry
be the first technique known body analysis.
Comparison of three bioimpedance techniques with hydrodensitometry
for assessment of body composition in young adult women
Body composition measurement: a review of hydrodensitometry
, antropometry, and impedance methods.
These methods include: hydrodensitometry
(HW), dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA), isotope dilution (ID), skinfold thickness (SKF) body mass index (BMI), near-infrared interactance (NIR) and bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) (9,10,22).
5] Other measures, generally limited to the research setting, include electrical impedance techniques, hydrodensitometry
(underwater weighing), computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry.
3% as assessed by direct comparison with hydrodensitometry
and scale weight.
Body composition determined from skin fold measurements correlates well with body composition determined by hydrodensitometry
Comparison of body composition assessment by bioimpedance versus hydrodensitometry
in women 38 to 60 years old from Medellin-Colombia
The electronic database MEDLINE was searched from January 1990 to July 2013 and the keywords were: body composition assessment, anthropometry, DXA, BIA, hydrodensitometry
, skinfold thickness measurement and athletes.
100 g/cc) which the widely used two-compartment TBW and hydrodensitometry
methods are based on were not significantly different in young and old females.
Comparison of Bioelectrical Impedance and Skinfolds with Hydrodensitometry
in the Assessment of Body Composition in Healthy Young Adults.
Fat mass (FM) was highly correlated with that determined by hydrodensitometry
, with subcutaneous fat measured as a sum of 10 skinfolds and also with visceral fat determined as an area on the computed tomography (CT) scan.