chronologic age


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chronologic age

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

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"We found that if your biologic age is older than your chronologic age, your breast cancer risk is increased.
Messages about a stopping age need to emphasize the recommendation for an adequate screening history of previous negative tests before screening is discontinued, not just chronologic age.
This atlas consists of plates of typical hand-wrist radiographs taken at six to twelve month intervals of chronologic age. Twenty hand-wrist bones of the case are compared with the suiting bones in the atlas and an age in months is thereby assigned.
Additional variables to include oxygen saturation limits based on GA and chronologic age will be important to consider in future studies looking to compare outcomes in different populations.
PMA was defined as the time elapsed between the first day of the last menstrual period and birth plus the chronologic age. ROP was classified according to the international classification of ROP [9].
In particular, the HWM method assessments had consistently lower errors than either mean chronologic age or CVM method in the identification of both the peaks in standing height and mandibular length [53].
The maturity age can be used to generate a developmental quotient (DQ), which is the maturity age divided by the chronologic age, multiplied by 100.
Uptill now, evaluations of secondary sex characteristics, height and weight, hand-wrist maturation, IGF-1 and dental development have been used as alternative to chronologic age.6-11
Figure 2 demonstrates that before treatment at IAHP, subjects had made about half as much progress as would normally be expected for their chronologic age. The figure is square, with time in months equal on X and Y axes.
"Chronologic age these days can be very misleading," says Leslie Cho, MD, co-section head of Preventive Cardiology and Rehabilitation at Cleveland Clinic.
chronologic age) is the primary indicator of BP (Gillum, Prineas, & Horibe, 1982).
Furthermore, these patients usually develop early clinical and metabolic abnormalities, including low bone mineral density for chronologic age. (1-3) As a result, there is increased risk of bone fractures as well as the development of osteopenia and osteoporosis.