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volumetric

 [vol″u-met´rik]
pertaining to or accompanied by measurement in volumes.

vol·u·met·ric

(vol'yū-met'rik),
Relating to measurement by volume.

vol·u·met·ric

(vol'yū-met'rik)
Relating to measurement by volume.
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Locally advanced rectal cancer: diffusion-weighted MR tumor volumetry and the apparent diffusion coefficient for evaluating complete remission after preoperative chemoradiation therapy.
The same can be said about maintaining the results; after total reduction of the edema, as evaluated by bioimpedance and volumetry, stockings are necessary for the entire leg in most patients.
Sonka, "3D fusion of biplane angiography and intravascular ultrasound for accurate visualization and volumetry," in Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention--MICCAI '98: First International Conference Cambridge, MA, USA, October 11-13, 1998 Proceedings, vol.
Fleck, "Accuracy and precision of angiographic volumetry methods for left and right ventricle," International Journal of Cardiology, vol.
Visual analogue scale (VAS) scores, Nasal Obstruction and Symptom Evaluation (NOSE) questionnaire scores, rhinomanometry results, and CT- andMRI-based volumetry were obtained before RFA and 6 months afterward.
After physical examination, the patients underwent scrotal ultrasound examination in search for any comorbidity (hydroceles, cysts etc.) and testicle volumetry. The patients with bilateral nonpalpable testis underwent the protocol prepared by endocrinologists (hormonal examinations, gonatotropine test, etc).
There have been different qMR techniques like volumetry, MR spectroscopy (MRS), T2 relaxometry, and diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) described to date [9-11].
Moreover, gadoliniumenhanced MR angiography allows us to quantify the left-toright shunt and right heart size with flow analysis and volumetry. This recognition of functional data could be important in the planning of the treatment of borderlines cases, because the right heart dilatation and the hemodynamically significant shunt represent indications for intervention [5].
A simple method for volumetry of organ in quantitative stereology Mickroskopie 1970; 26: 57-60.
The response rate and residual mass, measured by volumetry in the presence of necrosis, were 49.3% and 40.1 [cm.sup.3] versus 63.8% and 40.2 [cm.sup.3] in the presence of a teratoma-viable tumour, respectively.
We assessed the volumes of the SDGM structures and seven hippocampal subfields on MRI using a novel technique that enabled automated volumetry. We used Mini-Mental State Examination and Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) scores as measures of cognitive performance.