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References 1. ASTM Standard Test Method for Grading Spun Yarns for Appearance, 2255-90, (1990). 2. CSN 80 0704 Determination of yarn appearance, (1993). 3. KIM, Y. K.; LANGLEY, K. D.; AVSAR, F.: Quantitative grading of Spun Yarns for appearance, Journal of Textile Engineering, vol. 52 (2006), No. 1, pp. 13-18, ISSN 1346-8235. 4. SEMNANI, D.; IATIFI, M.; TEHRAN, M. A.; POURDEYHIMI, B.; MERATI, A. A.: Development of appearance grading method of cotton for various types of yarns, RJTA, vol. 9(2005), No. 4. 5. BERAN, L.; ŠRÁMEK, R., VYŠANSKÁ, M., HORÈIÈKA, J., ET ALL

References [1] BENJAMIN, A.-QUINN, J.: The Fibonacci numbers - Exposed more discretely, Math. Mag. 76 (2003), 182-192. [2] HALTON, J. H.: On the divisibility properties of Fibonacci numbers, Fibonacci Quart. 4 (1966), 217-240. [3] KALMAN, D.-MENA, R.: The Fibonacci numbers - exposed, Math. Mag. 76 (2003), 167-181. [4] KOSHY, T.: Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers with Applications. Wiley, New York, 2001. [5] MARQUES, D.: On integer numbers with locally smallest order of appearance in the Fibonacci sequence, Internat. J. Math. Math. Sci., Article ID 407643 (2011), 4

References Moučková, E., Jirásková, P.: New possibility of objective evaluation of yarn appearance, AUTEX Research Journal, Vol. 12, No. 1, p. 7 – 13, ISSN 1470-9589, 2012. USTER® STATISTICS 2013,, Accessed 28. 1. 2013. ASTM Standard Test Method for Grading Spun Yarns for Appearance, 2255-90, 1990. ČSN 80 0704 Determination of yarn appearance, 1993. Bragg, C.K, Wessinger, J.D.: Instrument measurements of yarn appearance, Beltwide cotton conference, Vol. 2. p. 1432-1434, ISSN 1059-2644, 1995. Lawson-Hemphill: YAS – Electronic inspection

value of mammographic signs: a review of 425 non-palpable breast lesions. Clin Radiol 1996; 51 : 277-81. Franceschi D, Crowe JP, Lie S, Duchesneau R, Zollinger R, Shenk R, et al. Not all nonpalpable breast cancers are alike. Arch Surg 1991; 126 : 967-70. Sickles EA. Mammographic features of 300 consecutive nonpalpable breast cancers. Am J Roentgenol 1986; 146 : 661-3. Thurfjell MG, Lindgren A, Thurfjell E. Nonpalpable breast cancer: mammographic appearance as predictor of histologic type. Radiology 2002; 222 : 165-70. Tinnemans JG, Wobbes T, Holland R

an appropriate dose. There was a mid-face hypoplasia with frontal bossing, his mental development was normal, but he started to walk late at the age of 22 months. On physical examination, he had knock-knees, long and narrow thorax, kyphoscoliosis ( Figure 1 ). His height was -3.5 SDS and for his age. Laboratory investigations revealed normal values for calcium, phosphorus and alkaline phosphatase. An X-ray of the skeleton revealed platyspondyly, anteriorly rounded vertebral bodies, dysplastic metaphyses with dumbbell appearance of the long bones, kyphoscoliosis


We investigated the effects of the combinations of patternmaking methods and dress forms on the appearance of a garment. Six upper garments were made using three patternmaking methods used in France, Italy, and Japan, and two dress forms made in Japan and France. The patterns and the appearances of the garments were compared using geometrical measurements. Sensory evaluations of the differences in garment appearance and fit on each dress form were also carried out. In the patterns, the positions of bust and waist darts were different. The waist dart length, bust dart length, and positions of the bust top were different depending on the patternmaking method, even when the same dress form was used. This was a result of differences in the measurements used and the calculation methods employed for other dimensions. This was because the ideal body shape was different for each patternmaking method. Even for garments produced for the same dress form, the appearances of the shoulder, bust, and waist from the front, side, and back views were different depending on the patternmaking method. As a result of the sensory evaluation, it was also found that the bust and waist shapes of the garments were different depending on the combination of patternmaking method and dress form. Therefore, to obtain a garment with better appearance, it is necessary to understand the effects of the combinations of patternmaking methods and body shapes.

validation of a spanish version of the sociocultural attitudes towards appearance questionnaire-4 (SATAQ-4)“, International Journal of Eating Disorders 48–2 (2015): 170–175. 17. N. Micali, B. De Stavola, G. Ploubidis, E. Simonoff, J. Treasure and A. E. Field, „Adolescent eating disorder behaviours and cognitions: gender-specific effects of child, maternal and family risk factors“, British Journal of Psychiatry 207–4 (2015): 320–327. 18. Rohde, P., Stice, E., C., and Marti, N. Development and predictive effects of eating disorder risk factors during adolescence

References 1. Coots, T. F., G. J. Edwards, C. J. Taylor. Active Appearance Models. – IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, Vol. 23 , 2001, No 6, pp. 484-498. 2. Liang, Lin, Rong Xiao, Fang Wen, Jian Sun. Face Alignment Via Component Based Discriminative Search. – In: Proc. of 10th European Conference on Computer Vision: Part II (Berlin, Heidelberg), 2008, pp. 72-85. 3. Matthews, I., J. Xiao, S. Baker. 2d Vs. 3d Deformable Face Models: Representational Power, Construction, and Real-Time Fitting. – International Journal of Computer Vision

nd IEEE International Conference on Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems . 19. Khoa Luu, Karl Ricanek Jr., Tien D. Bui, Ching Y. Suen. 2009. Age Estimation using Active Appearance Models and Support Vector Machine Regression. In: 3rd International Conference on Biometrics: Theory, Applications, and Systems , pp.1-5. 20. Pavan Turaga, Soma Biswas, Rama Chellapa. 2010. The Role of Geometry in Age Estimation. In IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing , pp. 946-949. 21. Yi-Wen Chen, Meng-Ju Han, Kai-Tai Song, Yu-Lun Ho. 2010

to the appearance of a right-left shunt, associating symptoms such as cyanosis, polycythaemia, and clubbing ( 2 ). Lipoma Despite being one of the most common benign lung tumours, pulmonary lipoma is a rare tumour but also among the first pulmonary tumours reported in the literature by Rokitansky in 1854. They appear more commonly in middle-aged men ( 8 , 9 ). Histologically, it consists of well-known nodules that are composed of mature adipocytes. CT scans will reveal well-defined nodular lesions or pulmonary masses with either endobronchial disposition, central