bone age


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Noun1.bone age - a person's age measured by matching their bone development (as shown by X rays) with bone development of an average person of known chronological age
age - how long something has existed; "it was replaced because of its age"
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Janner et al (26) showed the positive impact of oral 17-[beta] estradiol treatment on longitudinal growth, bone age maturation, regulation of pituitary gonadotropin feedback, improving multicystic ovaries and bone density in the long-term follow-up of a girl with a compound heterozygote mutation in CYP19A1 gene.
Idiopathic CPP criteria were taken as follows: 1) the onset of budding in the breasts before the age of 8 years in girls, 2) determination of at least 1 year advanced bone age compared to chronological age, 3) the peak luteinizing hormone (LH) [greater than or equal to]5 mIU/mL examined with chemiluminescence immunoassay method after the exogenous GnRH (gonadorelin 100 [micro]g) intravenous injection, 4) a lack of a history suggesting a central nervous system disease and the presence of normal cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) symptoms (18).
The Greulich and Pyle Atlas was used as the methodology for bone age assessment [6].
Bone Age The Prehistoric Scouts won the Lower Anandale Cup
On wrist radiography, the bone age was compatible with one year and six months and the metaphyses had normal appearance.
Ata is one of the rarest "we have ever observed, being only 6 inches and having this advanced bone age."
Z scores according to age, height, pubertal stage, and bone age were calculated (9).
Upper limits for chronological age or bone age for efficacious initiation of GH therapy have not been studied.
In detail, Paley's multiplier method [13] is most frequently applied (9/40, 23%), followed by bone age estimation (8/40, 20%) and growth charts (6/40, 15%).
Bone age was adult, and epiphyseal lines were closed.
An X-ray of his left wrist showed delayed bone age (Figure 1).