volumetry


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volumetry

the measurement of the volume of solids, gases, or liquids; volumetric analysis. — volumetric, volumetrical, adj.
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volumetry: average of 280 licenses per year (a license being an audited application) + one-off services if necessary.
Volumetry of lawsuits related to health law in the years 2016 and 2017.
(23) measured tumor volumes of 100 rectal cancer patients on T2-weighted imaging (T2 volumetry) and DWI (DWI volumetry) before and after neoadjuvant treatment for evaluation of complete remission.
Each new patient underwent staging F18 FDG PET-CT scan, by which tumour bulk was measured by using software based volumetry. The largest contiguous lymph node mass of more than > 200ml was labeled as bulk volume.
Conversely, other authors did not find volume changes after EE using MRI volumetry in rat hippocampus (Hui et al., 2011) whereas a MRI study in adult mice reported volume increases in the dorsal hippocampus, the striatum and several cortical and subcortical regions after 3 weeks of EE or nonsignificant increases even after 24h of EE (Scholz, Allemang-Grand, Dazai, & Lerch, 2015).
The architect contributed to delimiting the striking features of this architecture, particularly between the 1950s and 1970s, which, in general terms, can be characterized by buildings defined by a regular volumetry, monovolume, by large covers of reinforced concrete, a rational structure, spans and fluid spaces interconnected by ramps, and a strong concern regarding the "drawing of emptiness" in buildings' internal spaces.
Microcirculatory effects of total triterpenic fraction of Centella asiatica in chronic venous hypertension: measurement by laser Doppler, TcPO2-CO2, and leg volumetry. Angiology.
Preoperative magnetic resonance imaging-based breast volumetry for immediate breast reconstruction.
Efficient stereological approaches for the volumetry of a normal or enlarged spleen from MDCT images.
HC[O.sub.3.sup.-] and C[O.sub.3.sup.2-] were determined by volumetry (titrating with HCl), [Ca.sup.+] and [Mg.sup.2+] were determined by volumetry (titrating with EDTA), [Cl.sup.-] was determined by potentiometry with selective electrodes (4500-[Cl.sup.-]) [38], [Na.sup.+] and [K.sup.+] were determined by atomic emission spectrophotometry (3500-[Na.sup.+] and [K.sup.+]), and S[O.sub.4.sup.2-] was determined by turbidimetry (4500-S[O.sub.4.sup.2-]).
There are several procedures used to determine TOC or organic matter, including volumetry and spectrophotometry, where the organic matter is treated with an optimum volume of a solution of potassium dichromate, which acts as an oxidizing agent in the acid medium, assessing by retrogression the amount of dichromate that has not reacted with the organic matter by titration with a ferrous sulphate solution or by measuring the absorbance at 585 nm, respectively [11].