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chron·o·log·i·cal

 (krŏn′ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, krō′nə-) also chron·o·log·ic (-lŏj′ĭk)
adj.
1. Arranged in order of time of occurrence.
2. Relating to or in accordance with chronology.

chron′o·log′i·cal·ly adv.
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The gap between chronologic age and language age grew wider the later a child underwent implantation.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Children exposed to high levels of urban violence demonstrate accelerated cellular aging beyond their chronologic years, Vasiliki Michopoulos, PhD, reported at the annual conference of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
Messages about a stopping age need to emphasize the recommendation for an adequate screening history of previous negative tests before screening is discontinued, not just chronologic age.
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AMSN also celebrated its 25th anniversary with giveaways and special events, including a chronologic presentation by several past presidents, who reminisced about the association's landmark accomplishments during their tenures.
Despite recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics that preterm or low-birth-weight infants, with few exceptions, "receive all routinely recommended childhood vaccines at the same chronologic age as term and normal-birth-weight infants," some of these infants experience a significant immunization lag.
Uptill now, evaluations of secondary sex characteristics, height and weight, hand-wrist maturation, IGF-1 and dental development have been used as alternative to chronologic age.
The chronologic ages were determined from the dates of the examination and the birth date.
Attendees weren't afraid to look chronologic aging squarely in the eyes.
1992: Improved Chronologic Resolution of the Hawthorn and the Alum Bluff Groups in Northern Florida, Implications for Miocene Chronostratigraphy.
This easy to read book is arranged in a logical chronologic order, and traces the complexity of newer antimicrobial drug classes and their related policy issues.
The Journal of Neuroscience reveals a significant difference between the brains of "normal" 80-year-olds and those of so-called "SuperAgers" of the same chronologic age.