osteometry


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osteometry

the measurement of bones.
See also: Bones, Measurement
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Age-related changes in osteometry, bone mineral density and osteophytosis of the lumbar vertebrae in Japanese macaques.
The strategically important points during osteometry procedures which would enlighten the neural or vascular complications that might arise after any surgery on head and neck.
However, had this not been the case, ancestry assessment of the crania would have been included in the tiers, since the Oklahoma loss population included only a small number of individuals of Asian and African ancestry that would likely have been able to be segregated based on morphology and osteometry.
Osteometry of the femora in Turkish individuals: a morphometric study in 114 cadaveric femora as an anatomic basis of femoral component design.
In many cases, it may also complement or even replace the traditional measurement and recording methods used in osteometry [12-19].
The ACSL itself is classified according to maximal proximal width (MPW) and maximal distal width (MDW), with both sets of measurements being taken using two independent methods: classical osteometry and a procedure based on the analysis of digital photographic documentation.
Fossil dogs and wolves from Palaeolithic sites in Belgium, the Ukraine and Russia: Osteometry, ancient DNA and stable isotopes.
SKULL OSTEOMETRY OF THE ADULT ALPACA (Vicugna pacos)
This work has provided basic information on the skull osteometry that would be helpful for comparison with other breeds of goats and description of adaptational physiology of the Markhoz goat breed.
Three-dimensional imaging and osteometry of adult human skulls using helical computed tomography.