chest circumference

chest circumference

[′chest sər′kəm·frəns]
(anthropology)
The horizontal circumference taken just above the nipples during a period of quiet breathing.
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0.01) in terms of height at the back and chest circumference than calves after mothers in 2 and 4 lactation.
The parameters, namely birth weight, crown-to-heel length, head circumference, and chest circumference, were measured immediately after delivery.
A study published in the American Journal of Physiology found that astronauts with higher weight, waist and chest circumference measurements were more likely to develop disc oedema or choroidal folds.
Subject's anthropometric variables Variable Data Variable Data Femur length (cm) 47 Wrist circumference (cm) 17 Calf length (cm) 41 Elbow circumference (cm) 26.5 Leg length (cm) 85 Chest circumference (cm) 94 ARM SPAN (cm) 160 Waist circumference (cm) 77 Elbow length (cm) 26 Thigh circumference (cm) 52 Hand palm (cm) 18.5 Hip circumference (cm) 87.5 Arm length (cm) 69.5 Calf circumference (cm) 38 Sole of foot (cm) 26 Shoulder width (cm) 17 Arm circumference (cm) 35 Chest width (cm) 11 Table 2.
Even in this case, the researchers found pre-flight weight, waist and chest circumference all were significantly greater in those who witnessed changes like swelling of optic nerves and colored indentations in the blood vessel network.
The trunk region included the chest profile area, chest circumference, chest width, waist profile area, WC, waist width (WW), trunk volume, and trunk surface area.
And why do men get to buy ready-made clothing according to inseam length, waist circumference, and chest circumference when they don't even have to worry about the size and shape of their breasts?
The most commonly used body measurements in small ruminants are; head length, head depth, width between shoulders, body length, wither height, sacrum height, chest length, chest circumference, cannon bone circumference and so an (Akcapinar & Ozbeyaz, 1999; Yilmaz et al., 2013).
Traits included body weight, body length (length between the tip of the beak and that of the tail (without feathers), chest circumference (taken at the tip of the hind breast), shank length (length between the hock joint to the spur) and wingspan (length between tips of right and left wings after both stretched out in full).
Moreover, a statistically significant difference was found between cases who survived and cases who died with respect to age at diagnosis (p=0.029), head circumference at the time of presentation (p=0.042), arm span to height ratio (p=0.048), chest circumference (p=0.017), and serum ALP level (p=0.042).