At the same time this dietary pattern led to lower hunger scores, and better anthropometric (weight, abdominal circumference and body fat), biochemical (blood sugar, blood lipids) and inflammatory outcomes compared to the control group.
What does AC stand for?
AC stands for Abdominal Circumference (obstetrics)
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The ratio of head circumference to abdominal circumference averaged 1.
Upon initiation of the study and after 8 weeks, the height, body weight and abdominal, iliac crest and thigh subcutaneous fat thickness and abdominal circumference (midway between the lower rib margin and the iliac crest) of the subjects were measured sequential by Slingide caliper and non-elastic meter.
Body mass index (BMI) and abdominal circumference (waistline) also were reduced, while all three measures were unchanged in untreated control monkeys.
6] cells and tumor growth curve was determined by measuring abdominal circumference for 10 days.
Under the original fitness evaluation, body composition scores were based on abdominal circumference only.
Appropriate fetal growth was defined by the presence of ultrasonographic signs (when the biparietal diameter and abdominal circumference were between the 10th and 90th centiles) according to the nomograms of Campbell and Thoms (10) and by postnatal confirmation of a birth weight between the 10th and 90th centiles according to our population standards after correction for the mother's height, weight, and parity and the sex of the newborn.