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Area

The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

area

A measurement of the square footage contained within certain boundaries.
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Cross sectional area of muscle fiber was measured from diameter of muscle fiber using Area = Ir2 formula, where, r is radius of circle.
The median nerve cross sectional area was measured by direct (area trace) method, the method used in various other studies as well.
There is good negative correlation between conduction velocities and median nerve cross sectional area, i.e.
The determination of the cross sectional area of polymer molecule and average separation between adjacent chains helps in interpreting the configuration of each polymer onto the surface.
So we bring this variable factor into the formula by dividing the sum of the kinetic energy already divided by the cross sectional area by 508 or 200, depending on your measurement preference.
should correspond to a general mean cross sectional area. In particular, for equation [10], [[bar.S].sub.1], is the arithmetic average of the end cross sectional areas s and S.
Follow that intersection down to find the recommended cross sectional area of 0.300" (2).
The cross sectional area is calculated by amplitude and then the circumferential extent determined by the focused beams (broken down in octants) to determine the significance of the defect.
We evaluated measures of muscle strength, muscle fiber type, and cross sectional area in response to treatment with recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) with or without a structured resistance exercise program in frail older subjects.
The variables examined were: cross sectional area (CSA) of each fiber type, relative frequency distribution (F) of each fiber type per microscopic field analyzed and relative cross-sectional area (RCSA) that a fiber type occupied in the biopsy specimens.
1992) uses the cross-sectional area at the midvolume point along with the cross sectional area of the ends.
Kongsgaard et al (28) demonstrated significant increases in muscle cross sectional area and strength using 4 sets of 8 repetitions at 80% 1 RM.