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1967 4
1969 2
1970 1
1971 1
1973 6
1974 29
1975 57
1976 58
1977 64
1978 71
1979 84
1980 74
1981 70
1982 97
1983 101
1984 112
1985 99
1986 48
1987 83
1988 91
1989 118
1990 96
1991 120
1992 80
1993 116
1994 93
1995 123
1996 85
1997 135
1998 117
1999 105
2000 132
2001 117
2002 140
2003 195
2004 193
2005 209
2006 236
2007 305
2008 295
2009 326
2010 391
2011 409
2012 407
2013 420
2014 408
2015 392
2016 354
2017 344
2018 401
2019 178
2020 3
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Age estimation in adults by dental imaging assessment systematic review
Marroquin TY, et al. Forensic Sci Int 2017 - Review. PMID 28410514
IMPORTANCE: The need to rely on proper, simple, and accurate methods for age estimation in adults is still a world-wide issue. ...Methods based on volume calculation are time consuming and still need improvement....
IMPORTANCE: The need to rely on proper, simple, and accurate methods for age estimation in adults is still a world-wide issue. ... …
Assessment of the Dental Age of Children in the Polish Population with Comparison of the Demirjian and the Willems Methods.
Sobieska E, et al. Med Sci Monit 2018. PMID 30449880 Free PMC article.
MATERIAL AND METHODS Polish children of Caucasian ethnicity (n=1,002) who were treated at a single orthodontic center between 1994-2016 included girls (n-540) and boys (n=462) aged between 4-17 years, and 1,002 panoramic radiographs were reviewed. Dental age was assessed using the Demirjian method and the Willems method, the findings of the two methods were compared with the chronological age of the study participants. ...
MATERIAL AND METHODS Polish children of Caucasian ethnicity (n=1,002) who were treated at a single orthodontic center between 1994-20 …
Comparison of methods to measure body fat in 7-to-10-year-old children: a systematic review.
Jensen NS, et al. Public Health 2016 - Review. PMID 26774698
The literature describes skinfold measurements and dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) as being the reference methods most widely used in the assessment of the ability of methods to identify BF. ...Performance studies suggest that BMI and WC are very specific but less sensitive methods. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this systematic review show favourable evidence for the use of anthropometric indicators - above all BMI and WC- in the measurement of BF, when more accurate techniques such as DEXA and ADP are not feasible. ...
The literature describes skinfold measurements and dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) as being the reference methods most widely …
Efficacy of anthropometric measures for identifying cardiovascular disease risk in adolescents: review and meta-analysis.
Lichtenauer M, et al. Minerva Pediatr 2018 - Review. PMID 29651834 Free article.
WC and WHtR were efficacious for indicating the same risk factors BMI performed strongly for, though there was insufficient evidence to judge the relative strength of each measure possibly due to heterogeneity in the methods for measuring and classifying WC....
WC and WHtR were efficacious for indicating the same risk factors BMI performed strongly for, though there was insufficient evidence to judg …
Clinical tooth preparations and associated measuring methods: a systematic review.
Tiu J, et al. J Prosthet Dent 2015 - Review. PMID 25449611
MATERIAL AND METHODS: A database search was performed in Scopus, PubMed, and ScienceDirect with an additional hand search on December 5, 2013. ...A variety of methods were used to measure these parameters. CONCLUSIONS: TOC values seem to be the most important preparation parameter. ...
MATERIAL AND METHODS: A database search was performed in Scopus, PubMed, and ScienceDirect with an additional hand search on December …
Letter to the Editor
Cole TJ and Cortina Borja M. Ann Hum Biol 2016. PMID 26652936
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