Bone Age


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Bone Age

[′bōn ‚āj]
(archeology)
A prehistoric period of human culture characterized by the use of implements made of bone and antler.
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The correlation coefficients for vertebral bone age and hand-wrist bone age were 0.
Partial correlation analysis was also applied to examine these relationships after adjusting for bone age (Baptista et al.
Other fetal findings include tachycardia (heart beat >160/min), heart failure, hydropsis, acceleration in bone age, craniosynocstosis, and microcephaly (15).
Clinical features of 11-[beta]-hydroxylase deficiency in childhood might be premature pubarche and accelerated bone age, all of which occurred in our patient.
Do children with primary nocturnal enuresis have a retarded bone age A cross-sectional study.
Studies associating LCP with delayed bone age and low birth weight have been confounded by factors, such as socioeconomic status, smoking, and steroid use in premature infants.
Radiograms were used for bone age assessment, afterwards they were scanned and corrected (because of background luminosity).
Bone age was determined by same pediatric endocrinologist using a left-wrist radiograph and was assessed according to the method of Greulich and Pyle (13).
Mohan, however, said filing a chargesheet against the sixth accused, who is a minor, would take some time as the court concerned would first go through the bone age report and other related documents.
Additional functionality includes gestational age correction and bone age plotting.
This strategy should in theory also allow detection of nonclassic 21OHD, which is important for ensuring accurate differentiation of individuals with a spectrum of enzyme deficit from healthy individuals and thus anticipating problems that otherwise would present later in childhood, such as early development of sexual hair and advanced bone age.