index (C index) was calculated to determine coronary risk and interpreted in accordance with the cutoff points proposed by Pitanga and Lessa (16).
Study of conicity
index, body mass index and waist circumference as predictors of coronary artery disease.
Evaluation of waist circumference waist-to-hip ratio and the conicity
index as screening tools for hight trunk fat mass as mensured by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry in children aged 3-19 y.
Evaluation of waist circumference, waist-to-hip ratio, and the conicity
index as screening tools for high trunk fat mass, as measured by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, in children aged 3-19 y.
work on the machining of the crown of the tooth with the internal landing diameter of 140 mm, the conicity
(1:10), the roughness of 1,25 according to the drawing (tch-300970-101) 33 pcs.
The effect rules of wheel tread concave wear on wheel diameter difference was researched by Sawley and Wu (2005), put forward that the wheel tread concave wear changed the conicity
of wheel tread.
index (C index) was calculated using Valdez' formula, (19) and by calculating the median, it was considered 1.28 as the best cutoff value for men and 1.32 for women, because virtually all patients would be above the cutoff value suggested in literature, which would make the statistical analysis difficult.
Moreover, since during the tests on roller-rig the wheelset is centred, the lateral creepage vanishes ([[eta].sub.RL] = 0), while a constant value of the spin creepage must be considered, due to the wheel conicity
report on the distribution of iris conicity
using Scheimpflug imaging in a population-based study, part of the outcomes from the Gutenberg Health Study, and test whether pseudophakia allows the iris to sink back.
index was determined by measures of weight, height, and waist circumference using the following mathematical equation:
(6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15) NiTi instruments have been developed with various geometric conformations, (8) with the most significant design difference being the taper with conicity
ranging from 2% to 12%, compared to the standard 2% taper of stainless steel instruments established by ANSI/ADA in 1976 and updated in 1982.
Future studies should not only investigate the use of BRI but also consider other proxy indicators such Anthropometric Risk Index (ARI)  and Conicity
Index (CI) , while implementing Z-score to adjust for age and gender variation in larger and more diverse populations.