Corpulence index

Ponderal indexRohrer's index
The Corpulence Index (CI) or Ponderal Index (PI) is a measure of leanness (corpulence) of a person calculated as a relationship between mass and height.wikipedia
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Body mass index

BMIbody mass index (BMI)body-mass index
It is similar to the body mass index, but the mass is normalized with the third power of body height rather than the second power.
In comparison, the Ponderal index is based on the natural scaling of mass with the third power of the height.

Waist-to-height ratio

Index of Central Obesitywaist-to-height ratio WHtRWaist-to-stature ratio

Dimensional analysis

dimensiondimensionsdimensionally equivalent
:with in kilograms and in metres, giving a measure with the same dimensions as density.

Density

densemass densitydensities
:with in kilograms and in metres, giving a measure with the same dimensions as density.

Pediatrics

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Because of this property, it is most commonly used in pediatrics.

Anthropometric measurement of the developing fetus

crown-heel length
(For a baby, one can take crown-heel length for the height.

International System of Units

SISI unitsSI unit
The corpulence index is variously defined (the first definition should be preferred due to the use of SI-units kg and m) as follows:

Intrauterine growth restriction

intrauterine growth retardationfetal growth restrictionIUGR

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