chronologic age


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chronologic age

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

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Their heart rate in the stressor situation shot up on average by 17 bpm less than the children whose cellular age as measured by DNA methylation matched their chronologic age.
This atlas consists of plates of typical hand-wrist radiographs taken at six to twelve month intervals of chronologic age.
A recent study by Beit et al23 concluded that assessment of age-dependent changes in the cervical spine offers no advantage over chronologic age, in either assessing skeletal age or predicting the pubertal growth spurt.
In Down syndrome with standard treatment (before IAHP treatment) the ratio of change (slope) in neurologic age (NA) over chronologic age (CA) had a mean of 0.
The term low bone mineral density for chronologic age was used for Z-scores at LS and/or TB equal to or lower than 2 standard deviations from the reference data (Z-score [less than or equal to] -2 SD).
Because of the potential for interpatient aging differences, gynecologists must assess each patient; chronologic age and biologic age can differ significantly (Semin.
This is especially an issue for those with accelerated biologic aging and excessive inflammation whose biologic or functional age far exceeds their chronologic age or number of birthdays.
Bivariate correlation analyzes revealed that the most important factors affecting the growth velocity in the first year were the chronologic age at the beginning of therapy and growth hormone dose.
The first examination was performed for all premature infants below 30 weeks GA or less than1500 g BW by 31-week postmenstrual age (PMA) (gestational age + day after birth) or by 4-6 weeks chronologic age, and additional examinations were repeated until the retina was completely vascularized or until criteria for treatment were met.
LOS ANGELES--If you look old for your chronologic age, chances are your coronary arteries are undergoing accelerated biologic aging, too, judging from findings from the landmark Copenhagen City Heart Study.
Guidelines from the International Society of Geriatric Oncology (SIOG) state that decisions on the management of advanced prostate cancer should be based on an assessment of underlying fitness and not on the chronologic age of the patient.
The visible signs of aging reflect physiologic or biologic age and are independent of chronologic age," said Dr Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen, lead investigator of the Copenhagen Heart Study and a professor of clinical biochemistry at the University of Copenhagen.