planimetry


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planimetry

[plə′nim·ə·trē]
(mapping)
The measurement of plane surfaces; for example, the determination of horizontal distances, angles, and areas on a map.
The plan details of a map; the natural and cultural features of a region (excluding relief) as shown on a map.
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Identification and demarcation of the barracks planimetry from Cohors I Miliaria occurred during the archaeological research, in the campaigns of 1990-1992.
Portion of the planimetry of Building 83 (ground floor).
CMRI also provides information about valvular morphology, in some cases allowing us to estimate AVA by means of planimetry and adds information about the dimensions of the aorta when considering surgery.
The average values and standard deviations of quantitative indexes obtained by planimetry and microbiological methods were calculated for each group/echelon (10 animals).
The staining of GFAP-positive cells was measured using computerized planimetry (Image-Pro Plus Media Cybernetics, Inc., Rockville, USA).
Left atrial area was determined using planimetry at end-systole in the apical four-chamber or two-chamber view from which left atrial volume was calculated by the area-length method and was indexed to body surface area (LAVI).
Their regulatory compliant, collaborative wound care management system, Swift Wound, brings the accuracy of digital planimetry to the ubiquitous smartphone, allowing clinicians to automatically image, measure, assess and document wounds at point-of-care and securely collaborate in real-time, whether across a unit or a continent.
(14) compared HRT and planimetric findings and concluded that disc area is measured smaller by HRT than by planimetry (2.24 vs 2.58 [mm.sup.2]).
The procedural success of PTMC was noted by measuring mitral valve area through planimetry method by 2D Echocardiography in 24 hours after PTMC.
It also assesses the loin eye area of each animal, by means of overlay the perimeter of the muscle, in parchment paper, which then was bounded by planimetry with the use of the software AutoCAD R14.