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an·thro·pom·e·try

 (ăn′thrə-pŏm′ĭ-trē)
n.
The study of human body measurement for use in anthropological classification and comparison.

an′thro·po·met′ric (-pə-mĕt′rĭk), an′thro·po·met′ri·cal (-rĭ-kəl) adj.
an′thro·po·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
an′thro·pom′e·trist n.
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Clarke et al reported that severe ECC is also a risk marker for iron deficiency anemia.[36] Since, iron deficiency has permanent effects on growth and development, paediatric dentists ought to suggest assessment of iron levels in severe ECC patients despite their anthropometrical look.
Quantitative demographical, anthropometrical and physical characteristics were compared depending on the onset of a MI during follow-up with a Student's t-test or a Mann-Whitney U test depending on the type of distribution.
Table II shows anthropometrical characteristics of the unit.
Anthropometrical characteristics of the subjects Name Hight [m] Weight [kg] Name Hight [m] Weight [kg] S_1 1.88 70 S_18 1.92 76 S_2 1.87 90 S_19 1.77 78 S_3 1.83 78 S_20 1.85 77 S_4 1.73 65 S_21 1.86 64 S_5 1.75 73 S_22 1.74 70 S_6 1.85 95 S_23 1.75 75 S_7 1.76 65 S_24 1.7 90 S_8 1.74 64 S_25 1.72 72 S_9 1.75 78 S_26 1.82 90 S_10 1.67 62 S_27 1.78 82 S_11 1.92 84 S_28 1.66 54 S_12 1.75 68 S_29 1.77 70 S_13 1.82 82 S_30 1.82 75 S_14 1.87 80 S_31 1.85 75 S_15 1.65 65 S_32 1.72 66 S_l6 1.8 86 S_33 1.83 83 S_17 1.94 96 Hight [m] Weight [kg] medie 1.79 75.70 ab.st.
Anthropometrical parameters such as age, height in cm, and weight in kg were measured.
On this day (day one), anthropometrical variables such as body mass, height, leg, foot length, arm span, hand and arm length, hip, lumber, knee and abdominal circumferences were assessed.
Chiou, "Waist-to-thigh ratio can also be a better indicator associated with type 2 diabetes than traditional anthropometrical measurements in Taiwan population," Annals of Epidemiology, vol.
Siri's equation [50] was utilized to transform the anthropometrical estimation of the body density to BF%.
The clinical, demographical, and anthropometrical characteristics are summarized in Tables 1 and 2.
Height and body mass and 7 anthropometrical measures such as hand thickness, shoulder offset, wrist, elbow, ankle, and knee width as well as leg length for each participant were inserted in the PIG model.
There was no significant difference in anthropometrical status such as weight, height, and body mass index between the two groups.
However, we may address some strengths, such as the analysis of the association between SNPs and also the combination of genotypes, with a variety of parameters, such as anthropometrical, clinical, biochemical, physical activity, and dietary intake, in severely obese patients; the adjusted analysis for potential confounders, such as sociodemographic, anthropometrical, and physical activity measurements; and the high-quality methods used to assess physical activity (triaxial accelerometer) and body composition (BIA).