volumetric analysis


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vol·u·met·ric a·nal·y·sis

quantitative analysis by the addition of graduated amounts of a standard test solution to a solution of a known amount of the substance analyzed, until the reaction is just at an end; depends on the stoichiometric nature of the reaction between the test solution and the unknown.

vol·u·met·ric a·nal·y·sis

(vol'yū-met'rik ă-nal'i-sis)
Quantitative analysis by the addition of graduated amounts of a standard test solution to a solution of a known amount of the substance analyzed, until the reaction is just at an end; depends on the stoichiometric nature of the reaction between the test solution and the unknown.

volumetric analysis

Quantitative analysis performed by the measurement of the volume of solutions or liquids.
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They did not perform a volumetric analysis, rather they drew ROIs of approximately 1 [cm.sup.2] on the tumoral tissue.
For Mico-CT measurement, an accurate threshold was the key parameter for volumetric analysis using Micro-CT (Scanco Medical, Busserdorf, Switzerland).
Caption: Figure 6: Volumetric analysis in the upper left maxilla.
* A complete tool set for volumetric analysis including automated toe definition and vectorization.
In volumetric analysis after normalization of hippocampal volumetric data, 6 patients (42%) (2 in right TLE group; 4 in left TLE group) had unilateral reduced volumes and 3 patients (21%) (1 in right TLE group; 2 in left TLE group) had bilateral reduced volumes (<2 SD below mean control, p = 0.012), while remaining 5 patients (35%) (2 in right TLE group; 3 in left TLE group) had normal volumes.
Volumetric analysis and RECIST criteria were used to calculate response rates (difference in tumour burden from the initial to the post-treatment CT scan, expressed in percentage).
Seventeen patients who had metallic hip prostheses (because of severe streak artifact on CT images of pelvis, which precludes estimation of colonic gas volume in the pelvis) were excluded from the study leaving 108 patients for volumetric analysis. The mean age among the study sample was 64 years with a range of 24 to 89 years and male to female ratio was 1 : 1.
We read with interest the article by Ozemir and her colleagues' on volumetric analysis of the thalamus in idiopathic generalized epilepsy (IGE) (1).
With respect to the structural neuroimaging data, a single, blinded rater completed volumetric analysis, manually segmenting the volumes and conducting between-group comparisons of the volumes, which were corrected for individual intracranial volume.
Titrimetric or volumetric analysis is another quantitative technique and, as the name implies, involves controlled volume measurements.
International Resource News-March 30, 2011--US Oil & Gas announces volumetric analysis estimates of Eblana Phase 1(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Volumetric analysis of the three primary producing intervals indicate an OOIP of 170.3 million barrels of oil, with a 44% recovery factor to date.