auxology


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auxology

Obsolete. Medicine. the science of growth, especially applied to micro-organisms. Also called auxanology.
See also: Growth
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Her latest auxology and biochemical GH axis assessment at the age of 13.0 years is normal (Table 3).
z-Scores for height and weight and the percentile of BMI were calculated using the taikakushisu_v3.xlsx spreadsheet (http://jspe.umin.jp/medical/files/taikakushisu_v3.xlsx) developed by the Standard Value Committee of The Japanese Society of Pediatric Endocrinology/The Japanese Association for Human Auxology.
Martin, "Auxology Is a Valuable Instrument for the Clinical Diagnosis of SHOX Haploinsufficiency in School-Age Children with Unexplained Short Stature," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.
In: Perspectives in the Science of Growth and Development Auxology. (ed.)Tanner JM, editor.
This auxology of napalm brims with riveting, if disquieting research, complemented by tightly focused chapters and snappy sentences.
It is a fundamental precept of auxology (the study of human growth) that the growth of a developing organism can only occur if energy intake exceeds energy expenditure.
The Auxology program was used to obtain these data.
Ciesla, E., Markowska, M., The level of the development of motor fitness in 6-year-old children in Poland depending on their motor activity and place of residence, [in] Auxology and Health Promotion, (ed.) Jopkiewicz A., vol.