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Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease by Victor R. Preedy






Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease by Victor R. Preedy






(NOT paper & print book, but an eBook in PDF Format!)










Everything you need to know about normal and abnormal anthropometry in health and disease

Authors are national and international experts from leading institutions

Experienced editor from one of the foremost health divisions and hospitals in the UK

Each chapter includes applications to other areas of health and disease; practical methods and techniques, summary points, and/or key features



Although its underlying concept is a relatively simple one—the measurement of the human body and its parts—anthropometry employs a myriad of methods and instruments, and is useful for a variety of purposes, from understanding the impact of disease on individuals to tracking changes in populations over time. The first interdisciplinary reference on the subject, the Handbook of Anthropometry brings this wide-ranging field together: basic theory and highly specialized topics in normal and abnormal anthropometry in terms of health, disease prevention, and intervention. Over 140 self-contained chapters cover up-to-date indices, the latest studies on computerized methods, shape-capturing systems, and bioelectrical impedance, data concerning single tissues and whole-body variables, and reports from different areas of the world. Chapters feature helpful charts and illustrations, cross-references to related chapters are included, and key points are presented in bullet form for ease of comprehension. Together, the Handbook’s thirteen sections entail all major aspects of anthropometrical practice and research, including: Tools and techniques. Developmental stages, from fetus to elder. Genetic diseases, metabolic diseases, and cancer. Exercise and nutrition. Ethnic, cultural, and geographic populations. Special conditions and circumstances. The Handbook of Anthropometry is an invaluable addition to the reference libraries of a broad spectrum of health professionals, among them health scientists, physicians, physiologists, nutritionists, dieticians, nurses, public health researchers, epidemiologists, exercise physiologists, and physical therapists. It is also useful to college-level students and faculty in the health disciplines, as well as to policymakers and ergonomists.

About the Author

Professor Victor R. Preedy BSc DSc FIBiol FRCPath FRSH FRIPH FRSPH

Victor R Preedy is currently Professor of Nutritional Biochemistry in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, King's College London and Honorary Professor of Clinical Biochemistry in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry, King's College Hospital. He is also Director of the Genomics Centre, Kings College London. He is presently a member of the School of Medicine, King’s College London. Professor Preedy gained his Ph.D. in 1981 and in 1992 he received his Membership of the Royal College of Pathologists, based on his published works. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in 2000. In 1993 he gained a D.Sc. degree for his outstanding contribution to protein metabolism. Professor Preedy was elected as a Fellow to the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health (2004) and The Royal Institute of Public Health (2004). In 2009 he was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH). Professor Preedy has written or edited over 550 articles, which includes over 160 peer-reviewed manuscripts based on original research and 85 reviews and 30 books. His interests pertain to matters concerning nutrition and health at the individual and societal levels.



Contents



Part I Tools and Techniques in Anthropometry: General Methods






































































































1



Calculating Sample Size in Anthropometry ......................................



3





Carine A. Bellera, Bethany J. Foster, and James A. Hanley





2



Use of Percentiles and Z-Scores in Anthropometry ............................



29





Youfa Wang and Hsin-Jen Chen





3



Use of Bioelectrical Impedance: General







Principles and Overview........................................................................



49





Alexander Stahn, Elmarie Terblanche, and Hanns-Christian Gunga





4



An Anthropometric Analysis of Seated and Standing People............



91





Antonino Nucara, Matilde Pietrafesa, Gianfranco Rizzo,







and Gianluca Scaccianoce





5



Optical and Electromagnetic Shape-Capturing Systems







for Limb Anthropometrics....................................................................



115





Mark D. Geil





6



The Composite Index of Anthropometric Failure (CIAF):







An Alternative Indicator for Malnutrition in Young Children..........



127





Shailen Nandy and Peter Svedberg





7



The Human Body Shape Index (HBSI): An Anthropometric







Measure Based on an Age-Related Model of Human Growth...........



139





Maria K. Lebiedowska and Steven J. Stanhope






8Reproducibility of DXA Measurements of Bone Mineral and Body Composition: Application to Routine















Clinical Measurements ..........................................................................



151



Colin E. Webber








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Contents



9



Self-Reported Anthropometry: Body Mass Index







and Body Composition ..........................................................................



167





Savvas P. Tokmakidis, Antonios D. Christodoulos,







and Helen T. Douda





10



Body Composition Analysis Using Radionuclides ..............................



185





Themistoklis Tzotzas, Georgios Karanikas, and Gerasimos E. Krassas





11



Three-Dimensional(3-D) Photonic Scanning:







A New Approach to Anthropometry....................................................



205





Jonathan C.K. Wells





12



3D Craniofacial Anthropometry, Simpli?ed and Accelerated







by Semi-Automatic Calliper..................................................................



219





Constantin A. Landes, Michael Trolle, and Robert Sader





13



Issues in Measurement of Pubertal Development...............................



237





Frank M. Biro and Lorah D. Dorn





14



New Anthropometric History: An Analysis







of the Secular Trend in Height..............................................................



253





Laurent Heyberger





Part II Tools and Techniques in Anthropometry:







Water, Hydration and Surface Area





15



Total Body Water in Health and Disease:







A Look at End-Stage Renal Disease.....................................................



273





Luigi Vernaglione, Carlo Lomonte, and Carlo Basile





16



Bioelectrical Impedance Vector Analysis for Assessment







of Hydration in Physiological States and Clinical Conditions ...........



287





Henry C. Lukaski and Antonio Piccoli





17



The Uses and Misuses of Body Surface Area in Medicine .................



307





James Heaf






Part III Tools and Techniques in Anthropometry: Muscle















































18



Anthropometry of Human Muscle Using Segmentation







Techniques and 3D Modelling: Applications to Lower







Motor Neuron Denervated Muscle in Spinal Cord Injury.................



323





Paolo Gargiulo, Ugo Carraro, Thomas Mandl, Helmut Kern,







Sandra Zampieri, Winfried Mayr, and Thordur Helgason





19



Upper Limb Muscle Volumes in Adults...............................................



355





Katherine R. Saul, Scott L. Delp, Garry E. Gold,







and Wendy M. Murray
































Contents



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20 Bioelectrical Impedance to Predict Muscle Mass in the Elderly .......



375



Lars Ellegård and Marja Tengvall





Part IV Tools and Techniques in Anthropometry:





Adipose Tissue, Other Compartments and Relationships






21Anthropometry of Body Fat: How Anthropometric Measures Predict Mortality and Especially



















Cardiovascular Mortality......................................................................



385



Eddy Mizrahi-Lehrer, Beatriz Cepeda-Valery,





and Abel Romero-Corral






22Body Fat Measurement by Air Displacement Plethysmography: Theory, Practice, Procedures,















and Applications.....................................................................................



397



Mauro E. Valencia and Rosa C. Villegas-Valle






23Selected Applications of Bioelectrical



Impedance Analysis: Body Fluids, Blood Volume,



























































































































Body Cell Mass and Fat Mass...............................................................



415





Alexander Stahn, Elmarie Terblanche, and Hanns-Christian Gunga





24



Physiological Basis of Regression Relationship







Between Body Mass Index (BMI) and Body Fat Fraction .................



441





David G. Levitt, Dympna Gallagher, and Steven B. Heyms?eld





25



Relationship Between Physical Measures







of Anthropometry and Bioimpedance Measures ................................



459





María Dolores Marrodán Serrano,







Marisa González-Montero de Espinosa,







and Estefanía Morales Zamorano





Part V Regions and Anatomical Areas of the Body: Head and Face





26



Fetal Head Circumference as an Anthropometric Index ...................



477





Emmanuel Stephen Mador, Josiah Turi Mutihir,







and John Oluwole Ogunranti





27



Anthropometry of the Intracranial Volume ........................................



517





Bunyamin Sahin





28



Anthropometry and Numerical Simulations







of a Child Head Model...........................................................................



531





Sébastien Roth, Jean-Sébastien Raul, and Rémy Willinger





29



The Farkas System of Craniofacial Anthropometry:







Methodology and Normative Databases ..............................................



561





Curtis K. Deutsch, Alison R. Shell, Roberta W. Francis,







and Barbara Dixon Bird















































































































































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Contents



30



Anthropometry of Soft Facial Tissues..................................................



575





John S. Bamforth





31



Anthropometry of Facial Beauty ..........................................................



593





Chiarella Sforza, Alberto Laino, Gaia Grandi,







Gianluca M. Tartaglia, and Virgilio F. Ferrario





32



Three-Dimensional Facial Morphometry:







From Anthropometry to Digital Morphology .....................................



611





Chiarella Sforza, Claudia Dellavia, Marcio De Menezes,







Riccardo Rosati, and Virgilio F. Ferrario





33



The Concept of Anthropometric Facial Asymmetry ..........................



625





Senem Turan Ozdemir





34



Periorbital Anthropometric Measurements ........................................



641





Ümit Beden and Matej Beltram





35



Anthropometry of Eyelids.....................................................................



655





Dae Hwan Park and Chang Hyun Oh





36



Neck Circumference: Its Usage in Medicine and Biology ..................



665





Bernhard Fink





Part VI Regions and Anatomical Areas of the Body:







Limbs, Extremities and Bones





37



Prediction of Upper and Lower Extremity Tissue Masses







Using Surface Anthropometric Measures and DXA ..........................



679





David M. Andrews and Timothy A. Burkhart





38



Demographic Trends in Mid-Arm Circumference







in Children and Adults over a 35-Year Period ....................................



697





R.J. Prineas, Y. Ostchega, and D.S. Reed-Gillette






39Anthropometric Wrist and Arm Circumference and Their Derivations: Application to Amyotrophic















Lateral Sclerosis .....................................................................................



717



Luciano Bruno de Carvalho-Silva






40Mid-Upper Arm Anthropometric Measurements as a Mortality Predictor for Community-Dwelling



























Dependent Elderly .................................................................................



727



Masafumi Kuzuya and Hiromi Enoki





41 The Arm Span to Height Relationship





and Its Health Implications...................................................................



741



Maw Pin Tan and Sushil K. Bansal



















































































Contents





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42



Proximal Femoral Anthropometry







by Computed Tomography....................................................................



755





Thomas F. Lang





43



Leg Length and Anthropometric Applications:







Effects on Health and Disease...............................................................



769





Maria Inês Varela-Silva and Barry Bogin





44



Measures and Application of Lower Leg Length:







Fracture Risk Assessment .....................................................................



785





Jian Sheng Chen





Part VII Regions and Anatomical Areas of the Body:







Joints and Digits





45



Anthropometry and the Knee Joint .....................................................



801





A.J. Teichtahl, A.E. Wluka, Y. Wang, and M. Flavia Cicuttini






46Knee Anthropometry and Total Knee Arthroplasty: Relationship Between Anthropometry, Surgical Dif?culty,































and Outcomes.........................................................................................



815



Luis Ma. Lozano, Montserrat Núñez, Ester Nuñez,





Josep Ma. Segur, and Francisco Maculé





47 Standardization of Sizes of Knee–Ankle–Foot





Orthoses (KAFO) Through Anthropometry .......................................



827



L. Narendra Nath






48Sex Differences and Age Changes in Digit Ratios: Implications for the Use of Digit Ratios















in Medicine and Biology ........................................................................



841



John T. Manning






49Correlations Between Digit Ratio and Foetal Origins of Adult Diseases in a Chinese Population:





















































A Focus on Coronary Heart Disease and Breast Cancer ...................



853





Huo Zhenghao, Lu Hong, Dang Jie, and Francis L. Martin





Part VIII Regions and Anatomical Areas of the Body:







Abdominal and Trunk Regions





50



Anthropometry of Abdominal Subcutaneous and







Visceral Adipose Tissue with Computed Tomography.......................



869





Amir Abbas Mahabadi, Pál Maurovich-Horvat, and Udo Hoffmann





51



Measures of Waist Circumference........................................................



881





Paul B. Higgins and Anthony G. Comuzzie






































































































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Contents



52



Trunk:Periphery Fat Ratio ...................................................................



893





Rachel Novotny





Part IX Regions and Anatomical Areas of the Body:







Sensory Organs





53



Anthropometry of Normal Human Auricle.........................................



903





Ruma Purkait





54



Anthropometric Analysis of the Nose...................................................



919





?







Abdullah Etöz and Ilker Ercan





55



Three-Dimensional Computerized Anthropometry







of the Nose...............................................................................................



927





Chiarella Sforza, Riccardo Rosati, Marcio De Menezes,







Claudia Dolci, and Virgilio F. Ferrario





Part X Regions and Anatomical Areas of the Body:







Internal Organs, Other Tissues and Regions





56



Imaging Techniques for the Measurement of Liver Volume..............



945





Ferruccio Santini, Monica Giannetti, and Aldo Pinchera






57Epicardial Adipose Tissue Measured by Multidetector Computed Tomography: Practical Tips
























































































and Clinical Implications ......................................................................



955





Tzung-Dau Wang and Wen-Jeng Lee





58



Breast Volume Determination in Breast Hypertrophy.......................



973





Laszlo Kovacs and Maximilian Eder





59



Numerical Modelling of Human Breast Deformation ........................



985





A. Pérez del Palomar, B. Calvo, and A. Lapuebla-Ferri





Part XI Anthropometry of Pregnancy:







Prenatal and Postnatal Aspects





60



Reference Charts for Anthropometric







Changes During Pregnancy...................................................................



999





Elvira Beatriz Calvo and Laura Beatriz López





61



Prenatal Famine Exposure and Long-Term







Consequences for Anthropometry and Adult Health.........................



1021





Tessa Roseboom, Rebecca Painter, and Susanne de Rooij





62



Parental Determinants of Neonatal Anthropometry ..........................



1033





Gareth Hynes, Cyrus Cooper, and Elaine Dennison





































































Contents





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63



Use of Computerized Anthropometry and







Morphometrics to Identify Fetal Alcohol Syndrome..........................



1049





Elizabeth S. Moore and Richard E. Ward





64



Correlating Maternal and Infant Anthropometric







Variables and Micronutrients at Birth in the







Pakistani Population..............................................................................



1067





Shahzad K. Akram and Christine Carlsson-Skwirut





65



Neonatal Anthropometry: A Tool to Evaluate the







Nutritional Status and Predict Early and Late Risks.........................



1079





Luis Pereira-da-Silva






66Anthropometric Measurements in Sudanese Newborns: Value in Measuring Weight at Birth and Its Relationship
















































































































with Maternal Characteristics ..............................................................



1105





Eltahir M. Elshibly and Gerd Schmalisch





67



Total Body Water in Newborns.............................................................



1121





Maria Dalva Barbosa Baker Méio and Maria Elizabeth Lopes Moreira





Part XII Anthropometry of Infants and Children





68



Failure to Thrive in Infancy: Anthropometric De?nitions.................



1139





Else Marie Olsen and Charlotte M. Wright





69



Estimation of Children’s Weight in Medical Emergencies.................



1151





Anne-Maree Kelly





70



Anthropometry and HIV-Infected Children in Africa .......................



1163





Herculina Salome Kruger





71



Waist Circumference Measures and Application







to Thai Children and Adolescents ........................................................



1179





Uruwan Yamborisut and Kallaya Kijboonchoo





72



Secular Changes in Craniofacial Dimensions of Indigenous







Children in Southern Mexico................................................................



1197





Bertis B. Little and Robert M. Malina





73



Anthropometric Indexes of Low-Income Brazilian Children............



1211





Sylvia do Carmo Castro Franceschini, Silvia Eloiza Priore,







Fabiana de Cássia Carvalho Oliveira, Cláudia Aparecida Marlière de Lima,





and Silvia Nascimento de Freitas






74Adipokines and Anthropometry: Childhood and Adolescent Obesity or Adipocytokines and



















Anthropometry in Childhood and Adolescence ..................................



1221



Panagiota Pervanidou, Makarios Eleftheriades,





and Ioannis Papassotiriou




























































































































































































xvi





Contents



75



Anthropometric Measures in Children with Renal Failure ...............



1237





Andreas Nydegger and Julie E. Bines





76



Measures of Body Surface Area in Children.......................................



1249





Janusz Feber and Hana Krásnicanová





77



Skinfold Thickness in Sri Lankan Children ........................................



1257





V.P. Wickramasinghe





78



Use of Segmental Lengths for the Assessment of Growth







in Children with Cerebral Palsy ...........................................................



1279





Kristie L. Bell, Peter S.W. Davies, Roslyn N. Boyd,







and Richard D. Stevenson





Part XIII Anthropometry of Puberty and







Adolescence in Health and Disease





79



Anthropometric Indices and Cardiovascular Disease







Risk in Children and Adolescents: CASPIAN Study .........................



1301





Roya Kelishadi





80



Secular Trends in the Anthropometry of Adolescents







and College Students: Polish Perspective ............................................



1319





Boguslaw Antoszewski and Aneta Sitek





81



Vitamin D, Exercise, and Body Composition







in Young Children and Adolescents .....................................................



1337





Leng Huat Foo





82



Anthropometry of Adolescents: Brazilian Perspectives .....................



1357





Silvia Eloiza Priore, Renata Maria Souza Oliveira,







Sylvia do Carmo Castro Franceschini,







Silvia Nascimento de Freitas,







and Cláudia Aparecida Marlière de Lima





83



Anthropometric Indices for Obesity and Hypertension







in Indian Af?uent Adolescents..............................................................



1371





Shobha Rao





84



Anthropometry in Relation to Sexual Maturation..............................



1385





Silvia Diez Castilho and Antonio de Azevedo Barros-Filho





85



Reference Curves of Waist Circumference







in Children and Adolescents .................................................................



1405





Peter Schwandt and Gerda-Maria Haas
























































































Contents





xvii



Part XIV Anthropometry of Middle-Aged







and Aged in Health and Disease





86



Anthropometric Aspects and Common







Health Problems in Older Adults .........................................................



1415





Prasert Assantachai





87



Anthropometrical Changes in Older Taiwanese







and Diet and Exercise ............................................................................



1435





Alan C. Tsai





88



Anthropometry and Mortality in Older Women:







Potential Survival Bene?t of Overweight and Obesity .......................



1449





Chantal Matkin Dolan, Michelle Hansen, and Kathryn Fisher





89



Postmenopausal Anthropometric Relationship







Between Arm Span and Height in Osteoporosis .................................



1467





Demet O?uoglu






90Relationship Between Plasma Hormones and Anthropometric Measures of Muscle Mass in












































































































Postmenopausal Women........................................................................



1481





Fábio Lera Orsatti, Erick Prado de Oliveira,







and Roberto Carlos Burini





91



Anthropometric Measurements in Adults and Elderly:







Cuban Perspectives ................................................................................



1491





Aline Rodrigues Barbosa and Raildo da Silva Coqueiro





92



Anthropometric Indices and Nutritional Assessments







in the Elderly: Brazilian Perspectives ..................................................



1509





Aline Rodrigues Barbosa, Lúcia Andréia Zanette Ramos Zeni,







and Ileana Arminda Mourão Kazapi





93



Assessment of Sarcopenia......................................................................



1527





Daniel Bunout, Gladys Barrera RN, Pia de la Maza,







Laura Leiva RT, and Sandra Hirsch





94



Body Mass Index and Cardiac Events in Elderly Patients.................



1537





John A. Batsis and Silvio Buscemi





Part XV Anthropometry in Genetic Disease and Polymorphisms





95



Anthropometry of Twins .......................................................................



1561





Sergio Demarini





96



Anthropometry in Children with Cystic Fibrosis ...............................



1571





Alexia J. Murphy and Peter S.W. Davies















































































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Contents



97



Facial Anthropometry in Hypohidrotic







Ectodermal Dysplasia (HED)..............................................................



1585





Claudia Dellavia, Francesca Catti, Michela Turci,







Chiarella Sforza, and Virgilio F. Ferrario





98



Anthropometric Indices of Facial Features







in Down’s Syndrome Subjects.............................................................



1603





Chiarella Sforza, Claudia Dellavia, Cristina Allievi,







Davide G. Tommasi, and Virgilio F. Ferrario





99



Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy and Anthropometry..........................



1619





Lise Aksglaede, Niels Erik Skakkebæk, and Anders Juul





100



Anthropometric Indices in Turner Syndrome...................................



1635





Anna M. Kucharska






101Polymorphisms in the Serotonin (5-Hydroxytryptamine(5-HT)) Type 2A Receptor (5-HTR2A) Gene, Other Related Genes and





























































































































Anthropometry.....................................................................................



1649





Dolores Corella and Mercedes Sotos-Prieto





Part XVI



Anthropometry in Cancer





102



Anthropometry and Thyroid Cancer Risk ........................................



1671





Cari Meinhold Kitahara and Amy Berrington de González





103



Anthropometry and Ovarian Cancer:







The In?ammation Connection............................................................



1685





Julia B. Greer





104



Anthropometry and Breast Cancer Risk ...........................................



1703





Amanda I. Phipps





105



Anthropometric Parameters in Hospitalized Elderly







Patients with Cancer............................................................................



1725





E. Paillaud, B. Campillo, E. Alonso, and P.N. Bories





106



Body Weight and Body Surface Area in Chemotherapy..................



1735





Dominique Levêque





Part XVII



Anthropometry in Exercise and Sport Activities





107



The Meaning of Muscle Mass for Health, Disease,







and Strength Exercises ........................................................................



1747





Roberto Carlos Burini and Nailza Maestá





108



Exercise, Nutrition, and Anthropometry of Bone







Development in Term and Preterm Infants.......................................



1761





Ita Litmanovitz and Alon Eliakim

































































































































































































Contents





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109



Anthropometry and Race Performance







in Endurance Athletes .........................................................................



1777





Beat Knechtle





110



Anthropometry and the Response to Dietary







Supplementation in Exercise...............................................................



1785





Melissa Crowe





111



Anthropometry in Premenarcheal Female Esthetic







Sports Athletes and Ballerinas............................................................



1817





Marjeta Misigoj-Durakovic





112



Fitness and Anthropometric Testing in Basketball Players .............



1837





Eric J. Drinkwater





113



Anthropometric Digit Ratio 2D:4D and Athletic Performance.......



1857





Johannes Hönekopp





114



Anthropometric Variables and Its Usage







to Characterise Elite Youth Athletes..................................................



1865





Cristóbal Sánchez-Muñoz, Mikel Zabala, and Karen Williams





115



Anthropometry in Athletes with Spinal Cord Injury.......................



1889





Mina C. Mojtahedi and Ellen M. Evans





116



Anthropometry in 55–75-Year Olds in Response to Exercise ..........



1903





Melanie I. Stuckey, Anna M. Chudyk, and Robert J. Petrella





117



Anthropometry and Exercise in Obesity ...........................................



1919





Fusun ARDIC





118



Anthropometry and Exercise in Down Syndrome ............................



1937





Manuel Rosety-Rodriguez, Francisco Javier Ordoñez,







Gabriel Fornieles-Gonzalez, Miguel Angel Rosety,







Natalia Garcia Gomez, Antonio Diaz-Ordonez, Jesus Rosety,







Alejandra Camacho Molina, and Ignacio Rosety





Part XVIII Anthropometry in Metabolic Disease and Obesity





119



Value of Waist Circumference in Metabolic Diseases.......................



1947





V. Saroja Voruganti and Anthony G. Comuzzie





120



Waist Circumference for the Clinical Diagnosis of







Metabolic Syndrome in the Japanese Population:







Optimal Cut-Point to Predict Early Arteriosclerosis .......................



1959





Yuka Matoba, Toyoshi Inoguchi, Atsushi Ogo,







and Ryoichi Takayanagi



























































































































































































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Contents



121



BMI, Waist Circumference, and Metabolic Syndrome:







Lessons from Japanese Perspectives ..................................................



1973





Masaru Sakurai, Tsuguhito Ota, Katsuyuki Miura,







Hideaki Nakagawa, Shuichi Kaneko, and Toshinari Takamura





122



Anthropometry of Local Fat Reduction.............................................



1989





Frank L. Greenway and Susan Pekarovics





123



Waist-to-Height Ratio and Obesity in Chinese .................................



2007





Che-Yi Chou and Zhiguo Mao





124



Diagnosis of Obesity Using Anthropometric







Indices in Urban Populations: Brazilian Perspectives......................



2017





Cláudia Aparecida Marlière, Silvia Nascimento de Freitas,







Silvia Eloíza Priore, and Sylvia do Carmo Castro Franceschini





125



Presurgical Assessment of Intra-abdominal







Visceral Fat in Obese Patients.............................................................



2031





Angela Falbo and Stefano Palomba





Part XIX Anthropometry in Diabetes





126



Maternal Anthropometric Indices and Gestational Diabetes..........



2047





Edwina Yeung, Yiqing Song, and Cuilin Zhang





127



Body Size at Birth and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes







in Adult Life..........................................................................................



2073





Yiqing Song, Lu Wang, Edwina Yeung, and Cuilin Zhang





128



Waist-Circumference Phenotype and Risk







of Type 2 Diabetes................................................................................



2091





Ike S. Okosun and Tandeih A. Ghogomu





129



The Use of Skinfolds in Anthropometric Measures







and Their Applications to Diabetes ....................................................



2107





Marie-Eve Mathieu and Louise Béliveau





Part XX Anthropometry in Cardiovascular Disease





130



Altered Bone Geometry of the Radius







and Tibia Among Stroke Survivors....................................................



2123





Marco Y.C. Pang and Ricky W.K. Lau





131



Waist Circumference and Cardiovascular Risk................................



2137





Heribert Schunkert, Marcello Ricardo Paulista Markus,







and Jan Stritzke
















Contents



xxi




132Anthropometry, Body Surface Area and Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Determining the Pump Flow Rate of the
















































Heart–Lung Machine Using Body Size..............................................



2155





R. Peter Alston





133



Anthropometric Measurements, Adipokines







and Abdominal Aortic Calci?cation...................................................



2171





Adam Franklin Parr and Jonathan Golledge





Part XXI Anthropometry in Organ Disease





134



Body Composition in Liver Cirrhosis ................................................



2187





Lindsay D. Plank and John L. McCall






135Liver Damage Severity Evaluated by Liver Function Tests and the Nutritional Status Estimated
































































































































by Anthropometric Indicators ............................................................



2201





Alfredo Larrosa-Haro, Erika F. Hurtado-López,







Rocío Macías-Rosales, and Edgar M. Vásquez-Garibay





136



Waist Circumference Correlates







and Hepatic Fat Accumulation ...........................................................



2213





Yuichiro Eguchi, Toshihiko Mizuta, Iwata Ozaki, Dita Salova,







Masato Yoneda, Koji Fujita, Hideyuki Hyogo, Hideki Fujii,







Masafumi Ono, Yasuaki Suzuki, Takaaki Ohtake,







Yoshio Sumida, and Kazuma Fujimoto





137



Ultrasonographic Anthropometry: An Application to the







Measurement of Liver and Abdominal Fat .......................................



2227





Marisa Chiloiro and Giovanni Misciagna





138



Dissecting the Architecture of Bone Strength-Related







Phenotypes for Studying Osteoporosis...............................................



2243





Xiaojing Wang and Candace M. Kammerer





139



Body Composition and Lung Function..............................................



2259





Mauro Zamboni, Andrea Rossi, Alessandra Zivelonghi,







Giulia Zamboni, and Francesco Fantin





Part XXII Anthropometry in Special Conditions and Circumstances





140



Psychosocial Correlates in the Context of







Body Mass Index and Overweight......................................................



2273





Helena Fonseca and Margarida Gaspar de Matos





141



Body Composition Studies in Critical Illness ....................................



2285





Lindsay D. Plank
































































xxii





Contents



142



Anthropometry and Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.....................



2299





Pedro R.T. Romão, Francisco Martins Teixeira,







Taysa Ribeiro Schalcher, and Marta Chagas Monteiro





143



Body Composition in Spinal Cord







Injured–Paraplegic Men......................................................................



2317





Yannis Dionyssiotis





144



Anthropometry of Head Circumference,







Limb Length and Dementia ................................................................



2341





Jae-Min Kim, Robert Stewart, Il-Seon Shin, and Jin-Sang Yoon






145Anthropometry in Special and Selective Conditions and Circumstances: Anthropometry











































































































































as Measure of Risk in COPD Patients................................................



2357





Ernesto Crisafulli, Stefania Costi, and Enrico M. Clini





146



Anthropometry in Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia........................



2373





Henrik Falhammar, Anna Nordenström, and Marja Thorén





147



Changes in Anthropometric Measures in Systemic







Lupus Erythematosus..........................................................................



2391





Chi Chiu Mok





148



Anthropometric Measurement-Based Estimates







of Body Water in Children on Peritoneal Dialysis ............................



2403





B.Z. Morgenstern





149



Anthropometry and Body Composition in







Chronic Kidney Disease Patients not on Dialysis..............................



2413





Vincenzo Bellizzi, Biagio Di Iorio, and Luca Scal?





150



Obesity, Leptins, Hypogonadism and Waist–Hip







Ratio in men: An Interplay .................................................................



2429





J. Elizabeth, C. Rakshita, and S. Ramkumar





151



Usage of Anthropometry to Determine Etiological and







Risk Factors in Deep-Tissue Injury....................................................



2443





Amit Gefen





152



Anthropometry in the Assessment of HIV-Related







Lipodystrophy ......................................................................................



2459





Giovanni Guaraldi, Stentarelli Chiara, Stefano Zona,







and Bruno Bagni





153



Use of Anthropometry in Monitoring the Nutritional







and Health Status of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS ......................



2473





Selby Nichols, Nequesha Dalrymple, and Marlon Francis






























Contents



xxiii



154 Antropometry in HIV Patients: Effects of





Recombinant Human Growth Hormone ...........................................



2495



Livio Luzi, Ileana Terruzzi, and Stefano Benedini






155Digital Three-Dimensional Photogrammetry: Craniofacial Applications to Facial Growth, Orthognathic



































































































































































and Reconstructive Surgery, and Morphometrics ............................



2511





Nada M. Souccar, Chung How Kau, and Seth M. Weinberg





Part XXIII Anthropometry in Ethnic Groups







and Cultural and Geographical Diversity





156



Anthropometry in Ethnic Groups and Cultural







and Geographical Diversity.................................................................



2523





Wee Bin Lian





157



Ethnicity and Facial Anthropometry .................................................



2535





Mehrdad Jahanshahi





158



Anthropometry in the Circumpolar Inuit .........................................



2543





Tracey Galloway, T. Kue Young, and Peter Bjerregaard





159



Anthropometric Measures of Birth and Stature:







Perspectives on Russian Mothers and Newborns..............................



2561





Boris N. Mironov





160



Body Composition in a Multiethnic Community







in New Zealand.....................................................................................



2581





Elaine Rush





161



Anthropometric Measurements in Australian Aborigines...............



2593





Srinivas Kondalsamy-Chennakesavan, Leonard S. Piers,







Sidya Raghavan, and Kerin O’Dea





162



Secular Changes in Anthropometric Indices of







Children and Adolescents: Studies from Korea................................



2615





Joong-Myung Choi and Ji-Yeong Kim





163



Determinants of Central Adiposity: An Iranian Perspective...........



2629





Leila Azadbakht, Ahmad Esmaillzadeh, and Pamela J. Surkan





164



Anthropometry and the Prevalence of Child Obesity







in China and Japan..............................................................................



2641





Liubai Li, Hui Li, and Hiroshi Ushijima





165



Optimal Waist Circumference Cutoffs







for Abdominal Obesity in Chinese .....................................................



2657





Weiping Jia and Jiemin Pan
















xxiv



Contents




166Usefulness of Skinfold Thickness Measurements for Determining Body Fat Distribution and Disease Risk


















































































































































































for Japanese Men and Women............................................................



2667





Hironori Imano, Akihiko Kitamura, Masahiko Kiyama,







Tetsuya Ohira, Renzhe Cui, Isao Muraki, Yuji Shimizu,







Mitsumasa Umesawa, Kenji Maeda, Masatoshi Ido, Takeo Okada,







Masakazu Nakamura, Hiroyuki Noda, Kazumasa Yamagishi,







Shinich Sato, Takeshi Tanigawa, Yoshinori Ishikawa,







and Hiroyasu Iso





167



Socioeconomic Status, Anthropometric Status







and Developmental Outcomes of East-African Children.................



2679





Amina Abubakar and Fons van de Vijver





168



Body Mass Index and Mortality in India...........................................



2695





Catherine Sauvaget





Part XXIV Anthropometry and Nutrition: General Aspects





169



Anthropometric Measurements and Nutritional Status







in the Healthy Elderly Population ......................................................



2709





Lilia Castillo-Martínez, Carmen García-Peña,







Teresa Juárez-Cedillo, Óscar Rosas-Carrasco,







Claudia Rabay-Gánem, and Sergio Sánchez-García





170



Anthropometry of Leg Lean Volume:







Application to Nutrition in Systemic Disorders ................................



2731





Débora Villaça and J. Alberto Neder





171



Nutritional Anthropometry for Amputees:







Challenges for Clinicians.....................................................................



2745





Elaine Bannerman, Jolene Thomas, and Michelle Miller





172



Anthropometry of Malnutrition in End Stage Liver Disease ..........



2755





E.T. Tsiaousi and A.I. Hatzitolios





173



Anthropometry in Anorexia Nervosa.................................................



2767





Antonella Diamanti and Fabio Panetta





174



Clinical Practice of Body Composition Assessment







in Female Subjects with Anorexia Nervosa .......................................



2783





Michel Probst and Marina Goris





175



Perceived Body Image and Actual Anthropometric







Indices in Eating Disorders.................................................................



2795





Dieter Benninghoven


































Contents



xxv



176 Anthropometry and Nutritional Rehabilitation





in Underweight Eating Disorders.......................................................



2807



Giulio Marchesini, Laura Maria Ricciardi,





Nicola Villanova, and Riccardo Dalle Grave






177Anthropometric Nutritional Assessment in Children with Severe Neurological Impairment



























































































































































and Intellectual Disability ...................................................................



2821





Corine Penning and Heleen M. Evenhuis





178



Eating Frequency and Anthropometry..............................................



2837





Karine Duval and Éric Doucet





Part XXV



Anthropometry and Nutrition:









Micro- and Macro-Nutrients





179



Relationship Between Calcium Intake







and Anthropometric Indices ...............................................................



2875





Herculina Salome Kruger





180



Dietary Protein Intake and Anthropometric







Indices of Muscle Mass in Elderly......................................................



2893





Karine Perreault and Isabelle J. Dionne





181



Anthropometry and the Prevalence of Child







Protein–Energy Malnutrition in China and Japan...........................



2909





Liubai Li, Hui Li, and Hiroshi Ushijima





Part XXVI



Biomechanical and Ergonomic Aspects





182



Anthropometry in Bipedal Locomotion:







The Link Between Anatomy and Gait ...............................................



2927





Franck Multon, Guillaume Nicolas, Robin Huw Crompton,







Kristiaan D’Août, and Gilles Berillon





183



Use of Anthropometry for the Measurement







of Lower Extremity Alignment...........................................................



2951





Annegret Mündermann





184



Anatomical Reference Frames for Long Bones:







Biomechanical Applications................................................................



2971





Luca Cristofolini





185



Using Three-Dimensional (3D) Anthropometric







Data in Design ......................................................................................



3001





Jianwei Niu and Zhizhong Li






















































xxvi





Contents



186



Use of Anthropometric Measures and Digital Human







Modelling Tools for Product and Workplace Design........................



3015





Lars Hanson and Dan Högberg





187



Anthropometric Indices in the Philippines







for Manufacturing Workers................................................................



3035





Jinky Leilanie DP Lu





Index



................................................................................................................



3055




















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