hand length

hand length

[′hand ‚leŋkth]
(anthropology)
The distance measured from the end of the small wrist bone at the base of the thumb to the tip of the middle finger of the right hand, palm turned up, with the fingers extended and together.
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A study of correlations and estimation of stature from hand length, hand breadth and sole length.
The external body measurements snout to vent length (SVL), snout length (SL), eye diameter (ED), horizontal tympanum diameter (HTYD), vertical tympanum diameter (VTYD), head length (HL), hand length (HAL) and foot length (FL) were taken by using vernier caliper and scale for amphibians according to Chanda (1994).
Size Xxl Shirt Length 30 Inches , Hand Length 24 Inches, Shoulder 27 Inches, Pany Height 40 Inches Hip 26 Inches, Hip Elagnation 48 Inches.
Activities involve determining anatomical directions and planes, predicting stature using hand length, and identifying sexual dimorphism.
Materials and Methods: Measurements of body weight, stature, foot length and breadth as well as hand length and breadth were taken from 400 randomly selected students in Al Baha University aged 19-22 years (290 male and 110 female).
8] Hand length is defined as the direct linear distance between the distal wrist crease and the distal end of the most anterior projecting point (tip Of middle finger) [9,10].
Forearm hand length (cm)-[25] Distance from tip of elbow to tip of longest finger, subject sitting erect, upper arm vertical at side, forearm, hand and fingers extended horizontally.
The effect of hand dimensions (Finger spans, finger lengths, and perimeters of the hand) and hand shape (the hand width to hand length ratio) on handgrip strength in male grip athletes and non-athletes has been studied.
Hand length (base of outer palmer tubercle to the tip of finger III)###12###19.
Additionally, the hand length measurement is divided into hand palm length and finger length.
The anthropometric measurements aimed the following indicators: waist, body weight, biacromial diameter, bitrohanterian diameter, span, hand length, the length of the foot.
Strong correlations between handgrip strength and various anthropometric traits, (weight, height, hand length etc.