13) also reported that waist and hip circumference measurements were better anthropometric predictors of change in body fat mass over a 10-year period than changes in skin fold
The Committee, however, found that by failing to use callipers on the first day, as required by AH, Mr Lewis had failed to measure the skin folds
of almost all of the 104 cattle.
thicknesses of chest, midaxillary (vertical), triceps, subscapular, abdominal (vertical), suprailiac (at anterior axillary), thigh and calf were measured with a skin fold
calliper (GPM-Hautfaltenmessgerat, Siber & Hegner, Zurich, Switzerland) to the nearest 0.
Nuchal skin fold
thickening was defined as at least 5 mm between 16 and 18 weeks' gestation and at least 6 mm between 18 and 21 weeks' gestation.
They grow big and fat and skin folds
cover their eyes.
Topical treatment of the disease is typically managed by corticosteroids, which are generally not indicated for long-term use, or other vitamin D products, which have been shown to be irritating when applied to sensitive skin fold
The randomized, double-blind, pivotal Phase III trials will evaluate the efficacy and safety of Isolagen(TM) Therapy (IT) against placebo for the treatment of nasolabial skin fold
Any change in skin texture also can indicate an underlying medical problem, for example, a common condition known as acanthosis nigricans is observed in overweight patients that appear as darkened, velvety skin occurring in skin folds
and most commonly on the back of the neck.
Breeds with short noses, such as Pekingese, Maltese and Shih-Tzu, are also prone to the condition because of shallow eye sockets or problems from hair growing in thick skin folds
Results showed Gethin's aerobic fitness increased by 13%, the sum of skin folds
decreased by 4.
Their need is determined based on the patient's initial weight, and parts of the body where the patient has skin folds
after weight loss.
In more severe cases, the skin can thicken resulting in a puffy appearance and thickened skin folds
above the eyes.