Comparison of methods of estimating body fat in normal subjects and cancer patients.

@article{Cohn1981ComparisonOM,
  title={Comparison of methods of estimating body fat in normal subjects and cancer patients.},
  author={Stanton H. Cohn and Kenneth J. Ellis and David Vartsky and Alexandra Sondra Sawitsky and W S Gartenhaus and Seiichi Yasumura and Ashok N. Vaswani},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1981},
  volume={34 12},
  pages={2839-47}
}
Total body fat can be indirectly estimated by the following noninvasive techniques: determination of lean body mass by measurement of body potassium or body water, and determination of density by underwater weighing or by skinfold measurements. The measurement of total body nitrogen by neutron activation provides another technique for estimating lean body mass and hence body fat. The nitrogen measurement can also be combined with the measurement of total body potassium in a two compartment… CONTINUE READING

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