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stature

 [stach´ur]
the height or tallness of a person standing.

stat·ure

(statch'yūr),
The height of a person.
[L. statura, fr. statuo, pp. statutus, to cause to stand]

stature

/sta·ture/ (stach´ur) the height or tallness of a person standing.stat´ural

stat·ure

(stach'ŭr)
The height of a person.
[L. statura, fr. statuo, pp. statutus, to cause to stand]

stature

the height of an animal in the standing position.
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The associations between stature and arm span were significant (p<0.
766) signify that arm span notably predicts stature in both Kosovan sexes (boys: t=17.
The associations between arms span measurements and stature among the above models is sketched as a scatter diagram (Fig.
Any (Beta) thalassemia patient with short stature proven due to any disease or concomitant chronic illness other than (Beta)-thalassemia major e.
Frequencies and percentages were calculated for qualitative variables like gender and short stature.
One of such challenges is the management of short stature in thalassemic patients.
S R Habib, N N Kamal (2009) examines the relationship between stature and hand and phalanges lengths among Egyptians.
2 Showing co-relation of other parameters with stature ranging from 0.
3 showing multiplication factors for other parameters correlated with stature.
RESULTS: Linear regression analysis was done to estimate the stature from Head length as independent variables.
DISCUSSION: In forensic examinations and anthropological studies, prediction of stature from incomplete and decomposing skeletal remains is vital in establishing the identity of an unknown individual.
In forensic examinations and anthropological studies, prediction of stature from incomplete and decomposing cranial remains is vital in establishing the identity of an unknown individual.