There are different body measurements that can be measured with the Trigoscope. They include the chest, hips, arms, neck, legs, feet and hands. The exam can help doctors determine how well a person has developed the muscles of the skeletal system, the size of the organs, and the growth rate of the bones and tissue of the body. It can also provide information on the age of a person, the number of pregnancies that a person has had, and the amount of time that a person has been in the pregnancy.
A doctor will use the Trigoscope to see how a person moves. A person will have two sets of positions and one set of motions. A person will be able to lie down, bend over or stand up and see how their muscles move. A measurement of the length of a muscle is taken and the doctor will look to see if the muscle has a tendon or ligament attached to it. This is called the Triceps Sympathectomy.
When a person is pregnant, they will take a measurement of their uterus, which is called the Trimester of the Birth. The uterus is a ball that is made up of many different cells. One of the cells is the amniotic fluid, which the baby is growing in during the pregnancy.
During the Trimester of the Birth, a doctor will use a Trimester of the Birth Scale to measure the dimensions of the person’s abdomen and their pelvic region. The abdominal region can include the pelvic area, the diaphragm, the liver, the spleen and the small intestine. The Trimester of the Birth scale can also indicate the position of the liver. The liver is situated on the left side of the stomach and the diaphragm is located on the right side of the stomach. An ultrasound will also show whether the heart is located near the spine and whether the liver has a portal vein or a lymphatic duct.
If a person is born premature, they will have a Trimester of Birth Score indicating how long they were born prematurely. In a normal birth, a person will not be born earlier than the third month of pregnancy. A high score indicates that the person was born before 37 weeks of gestation. A low score means that the person was born after 37 weeks of gestation. A high score is considered normal, but a low score is considered preterm.
A measurement of the person’s height will also be taken and this can be determined using the Trimester of the Birth Index. A measurement of the person’s weight can also be taken and this is done with the use of the Trigoscope. A measurement of the height and weight of the person is taken with the use of the Body Mass Index (BMI) scale.
A person who has passed the Trigoscope exam and has undergone the Trimester of the Birth Scale will then be evaluated by the Physician. A diagnosis of the person’s medical history will be given to the physician as well as a diagnosis for any disease or problem that the person may have. A diagnosis of the person’s health status will be given as well. The Physician will look to see if a person’s blood pressure, pulse rate, heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature and blood oxygen saturation levels are within the normal range.