chronologic age


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chronologic age

The actual age of a thing, rather than its effective age.

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That implies these features are fully accounted for by chronologic age and conventional cardiovascular risk factors.
The relationship between critical flicker frequency and chronologic age for varying levels of stimulus brightness.
Chronologic age, time since injury, and time of measurement: Effect on adjustment after spinal cord injury.
The low heart rate setting is determined largely by the gestational age and chronologic age of the infant; it is usually set at 100 beats/ min (bpm) for premature infants < 3 months of age, 80 bpm for term infants < 3 months of age, or 60 bpm for infants > 3 months of age (chronologic age).
Besides, chronologic age has been identified as a potent, independent risk for reduced CV capacity and a plethora of heart diseases, with other modifiable risk factors acting as accelerators.
14) found that growth velocity was a better predictor of the ratio of bone age to chronologic age than 24-h urine pregnanetriol (PT) or single morning 17OHP concentrations (see below).
Ready for immediate use is the following: Male infertility work-ups sometimes lead to diagnosis of testosterone levels that are low for chronologic age.