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Parents' estimation of their children's body size compared to classification of children's nutritional status using the international growth reference



Parents' estimation of their children's body size compared to classification of children's nutritional status using the international growth reference



Ecology of Food and Nutrition 39(4): 311-329



While debates abound about the appropriateness of using an international growth reference in low-income countries and the use of cut-off points as diagnostics for malnutrition, there is little discussion about the relevance of anthropometric assessment of children for the population of concern.

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DOI: 10.1080/03670244.2000.9991621



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