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In 150 healthy boys and girls (1; 1,5; 2 years) seven anthropometric and several radiometric parameters (lengths, angles, planes) of the skull were determined. The methods are defined: anthromopetric measurements of the head taken after Martin (1959), radiometrics after Schmid and Filthuth, planimetric data collected after Wechselberg and Wessely.
Statistical criteria allow the results of researches on head resp. skull measurements of more than 1200 infants of Erfurt to be taken as normal values, yielding slightly larger figures as up to now in use. Optimum appreciation of growth requires combination of all methods mentioned.
nen Arten.als Schadund Plageerreger wird diskutiert. Die bisherigen Mafnahmen zur Behandlung erkrankter Weidetiere sowie vorbeugende Mafnahmen werden geschildert. Weitere M5glichkeiten zur Verhinderung bzw. Eind~immung yon Sch~iden unter Beriicksichtigung der den Anflug begiinstigenden Grof~wetterlage werden aufgezeigt. Auf die Aufgaben yon Praxis und… (More)
Mean values and standard deviations found in a population of 1500 children in the age between 1 and 3,5 years of 21 anthropometric parameters are given. They are statistically different and can be used as normal values. The growth of boys and girls is shown to be steady with age, in particular, as for as length and width measures are concerned. There are… (More)
Based on the development of systematic investigations into child growth in the GDR, the importance of normal values of exact anthropometric parameters, which have to be checked every 10 years, is to be emphasized. For this reason, 1500 patients of the Pediatric Clinic of the Erfurt Medical School in the age between 1 and 3,5 years, were anthropometrically… (More)