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man·o·met·ric

(man'ō-met'rik), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation monometric.
Relating to a manometer.
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manometric

adjective Referring to manometry, see there.
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man·o·met·ric

(man'ō-met'rik)
Relating to a manometer.
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The IOP values measured by the TonoVet were compared with manometric IOP values from 5 to 80 mm Hg using a height-adjustable stand with the NaCl solution reservoir.
Manometric assessment of esophageal involvement in progressive systemic sclerosis, morphoea and Raynaud's disease.
Data obtained were then analyzed for various manometric features.
1, i.e., as a function of Q (system supply flow rate), H (manometric height) and n (impeller rotation), surveying these data could guide the selection of the best motor pump set in order to have lower relative velocities.
(13) used a tubal compliance manometric test during the Valsalva maneuver to elucidate the relationship between deviated nasal septum surgery and tubal functions.
When the vaginal delivery group was compared with the control group, however, it was ascertained that the former had both worse manometric measurement results and significantly higher WIS (p=0.03; Table 5).
The measurement of the amount of gas stored in sorbent materials is typically done by measuring pressure differences (volumetric, manometric) or masses (gravimetric).
There were no statistically significant differences between normal BMI, overweight, and obese patients in terms of age, gender (Table 1), type and duration of symptoms, endoscopic, and manometric and pHmetric data (Table 2).
Montgomery, "Manometric study of complete ostial occlusion in chronic maxillary atelectasis," Laryngoscope, vol.