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- n. volumetric analysis
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Ninety subjects 25 heterosexual men (HeM) and women (HeW), and 20 homosexual men (HoM) and women (HoW) were investigated with magnetic resonance volumetry of cerebral and cerebellar hemispheres.
Assets reporting: manages, reports, follows up financial figures (budget realised, savings and volumetry) for all aspects related to Procurement and Assets Inventory figures for all aspects related to Supply chain.
One of the most crucial tests is CV volumetry, used to measure the donor's liver weight and ensure it fits the recipient.
Colliot's study marks a novel approach using an automated method to hippocampal volumetry to discriminate AD, MCI, and normal aging and is one of a few reports to provide accuracy figures (i.e. correct classification rates).
In this case, in addition to visualization, the volumetry of various liver sections is of interest.
The environmental approach of the project is also perceptible in this simple, compact volumetry which limits its ground impact and allows the optimum utilisation of solar and wind power due to its excellent positioning.
Its volumetry also takes into account the impact of a high building on its environment.